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Top 10 things to do in Farrer Park – A lesser known tourist utopia in Singapore

Most tourist and even locals from Singapore overlook the beauty that Farrer park has to offer even though every corner of this beautiful area is full of things to do and see.


Tiramisu Hero

Located in Tyrwhitt Road, Tiramisu Hero is housed in one of the refurbished shops in Farrer Park. As suggested in the name the store specialises in serving a wide range of Tiramisu of different flavours like Milo, Durian and Kaya.


Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh

If you're a lover of pork then Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh is a place that you should definitely check out. The restaurant which opened in 1950 serves pork cooked in the Teochew style and has been graced by many celebrities over the years.


City Square Mall

Situated next to underground MRT in Ferrer Park, the City Square mall is Singapore's first Eco mall. You'll find a variety of shops with some of the world's leading international brands like Charles & Keith, Uniqlo and Decathlon. The mall also hosts a variety of events and charity drives that raise funds to support the local community.


Non-Entrée Desserts

It's hard to miss Non-Entrée Desserts as the bright yellow theme of the store sets it apart from all of the other shops. The store has a retro theme and the desserts served are a treat on your eyes and tastes just as good.


Heart Room Gallery

Located on Owen road close to Park Hotel Farrer Park, a chic hotel in the area that has a free night offer, Heart Room Gallery is an art studio that provides you with a canvas and acrylic paints to unleash your inner artist. A session costs 30USD and is one of the best ways to unwind and relax after a long day of sightseeing.


Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle

Serving the locals in the area for more than 65 years, the Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle restaurant is one of the pricier restaurants on this list. Even though a dish will cost you 20USD on average the in-house prepared Kia (broth) that has jumbo prawns is worth every last penny.


Mustafa Centre

The Mustafa centre is a good place to visit if you're looking for discounts and bargains. The store sold readymade garments when it was originally opened in 1971. Since then the store has evolved into a shopper's paradise that is open all night. Groceries, electronics, shoes and fresh produce are some of the things you'll find here.


Little India

Located close to the Farrer Park MRT, Little India is one of the area's main tourist attractions. It is lined with stores that sell Indian products, street food and even hosts Henna artists where you can get a henna tattoo for 5USD. The stunning Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple is visited by local Hindu devotees and one of the most spiritual places in Farrer Park.


Haji Lane

This a great place to visit if you're looking to buy souvenirs and memorabilia as it's filled with stores selling a variety of handcrafted items and clothes.


Hotels and spa's

There are many places in the Ferrer park that you can get a relaxing massage after a long day of walking around and sightseeing. The area also has a wide range of hotels and resorts that will fit your budget.

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