8. Tiong Bahru
Tiong Bahru literally means “New Cemetery” — although that doesn’t seem like an apt name for one of Singapore’s oldest housing estates.
HDB resale flats here go for $670 per square foot.
The hipster neighbourhood, which is commonly known for its cafés and bookstores, also houses some gorgeous Instagram-worthy murals.
Children will have their fair share of fun at this cool “train” adventure playground.
But you’d be mistaken if you think that Tiong Bahru is simply a hipster paradise. The quaint neighbourhood actually boasts rich history and culture.
Read a TheSmartLocal article that shows how Tiong Bahru is more than just a hipster neighbourhood.