The best weekend spending place  – Singapore’s oldest and trendiest neighbourhood  – Tiong Bahru.

“Everything old becomes new again” – quoted from CNN Travel

Love a place with a history.

Built in 1930s, Tiong Bahru Estate is one the oldest housing estates in Singapore.

What’s there now?

Plain Vanilla Bakery

Love this bakery, is like the famous Hummingbird bakery, Primrose bakery the ones you can only find in US or UK.

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 1 D Yong Siak Street, Singapore

Strangelets

Everything I love is here.

Coffee or Tea?

Selection of the most crafted works – China, party-ware, cards and other unusual objects d’art.

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7 Yiong Siak Street, Singapore

BooksActually

Love Literature,

Love Actually

or

Books Actually.

How I feel like a poet.

This is the place to enjoy literature in all sorts of imaginative ways.

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I feel like I’m in notting hill.

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Drop a dime and take a poetry.

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9 Yong Siak Street, Singapore

Nana & Bird

How can I miss this cool little shop with a welcome like this?

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Is actually a mini select shop style boutique with funky accessories, and

it also has a cool office inside where we found this rare letter-press machine

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59 Eng Hoon Street, Singapore

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Walking through this historical place with little houses and cute hilarious notes.

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P.S Cafe Petit

The cafe vibe in this area is unbeatable!

Love this one with a Gatsby feel.

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No. 41 / 43 BLK 78 Guan Chuan St

And this one, also around the area –

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This was were it all began.

Everything old becomes new again.

Same for love.

Till the next time,

Singapore.

XX

Leslie