Be surrounded by lush trees, shrubs and green fields at this casual dining restaurant, café and bar. Indoors, you’ll find vintage decorations so take a moment to relax and reminisce about the old days as you feast on local flavours with a contemporary twist.
Fengshan Market & Food Centre, which is known as “Block 85” among the locals, is a popular go-to place for supper as the stalls open till late. Recently renovated, this well-loved hawker centre is famous for its fried oysters omelette and bak chor mee.
Treat your taste buds to fancy, locally-brewed craft beers paired with tantalising smoked beef briskets and pork bellies. Little Island Brewing Co is all about the laid-back rustic Changi Village vibes – perfect for a chill dinner date.
Have a cup of joe at Percolate Coffee, a coffee shop that curates exceptional coffee and fine artisanal goods. Nestled in the an unassuming HDB block at Bedok, Percolate Coffee offers delicious coffee and cake in its cosy space.
Find an abundance of mouth-watering and affordable food and hidden gems here at Simpang Bedok and Bedok Marketplace. From fine dining restaurants and hawkers to celebrity chefs and buffets, you will be spoilt with choices.
Dig into the freshest catch of the day at a modern kelong located between Pulau Ubin and Changi Point Ferry Terminal. This first-of-its-kind floating seafood restaurant in Singapore is just a 15-minute boat ride away!
Not only is Tampines Round Market & Food Centre filled with yummy local delights. It is also one of the iconic landmarks in Tampines. Surrounding the market is a mix of amenities and services such as clinics, bicycle shops, bakeries and hair salons.
Located in the heart of Bedok Town Centre, Bedok Point has five retail levels filled with attractive fashion, dining and entertainment options. It has great access to the Bedok bus interchange and Bedok MRT station, making it convenient for shoppers.
Find curated offers, new-to-market concepts with exciting brands at modernised Century Square. This trendy mall houses 6 levels of retail, entertainment and dining options which nicely complements the larger Tampines retail ecosystem.
Courts is one of Singapore's biggest retailers of electronics, IT products, and furniture. Its Megastore boasts home-like showrooms, contemporary retail concepts, end-to end home solutions and a huge array of products.
Eastpoint Mall is a vibrant suburban mall abuzz with over 100 shops spanning six stories. Home to favourites like Daiso, a 24-hour FairPrice supermarket and many fresh and innovative food and beverage concepts, this mall is a comprehensive, one-stop shopping destination.
Meet one of Singapore’s leading suburban malls where you will find an exciting mix of shopping, dining and entertainment choices. Tampines Mall is also located right in the heart Tampines, making it a great choice for families.
Sail, windsurf or stand-up paddle at Aloha Sea Sports Centre, Singapore’s pioneer of water sports and recreation. Located at East Coast, this sports centre provides equipment rental, storage and courses that are perfect for adrenaline junkies.
Unleash your imagination, ideas and creativity at Artistori - an art studio that believes in creativity and originality. Attend vibrant classes and learn through the inquiry-based method, story-telling, presentations and exciting discussions. Be inspired to discover your own creative journey.
Our Tampines Hub is Singapore’s largest integrated community and lifestyle hub which offers a diverse range of facilities and services. It houses six swimming pools, a 5,000 sq ft playground and the Tampines Regional Library.
The Rock School @ Our Tampines Hub/Bedok Community Centre
Take your love for sports climbing to new heights at The Rock School. Great for climbers of all ages and abilities, their state-of-the-art climbing facilities and well-maintained climbing equipment promises an exhilarating experience.
Visit Changi Beach Park, one of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore that retained the kampung or village atmosphere of the 1960s and 1970s. The 3.3km long park has stretches of beautiful, sandy beaches which are perfect for evening strolls.
East Coast Park is one of Singapore’s most treasured urban getaways. Themed “Recreation For All”, you will find an invigorating and exciting diversity of sporting, dining and recreational activities that will keep you entertained for hours and more.
Experience majestic, life-sized dinosaur exhibits at Jurassic Mile, along the Changi Airport Connector. Get up close and personal with 22 dinosaur exhibits and learn about their behaviour, diet, and habitat during the Jurassic period. Expect to see carnivorous and herbivorous species, defensive dinosaurs, as well as those that fly. The tallest dinosaur stands at almost 5 meters high!
Brave through this mountain bike trail located in Pulau Ubin. The 45-hectare park features 10km of mountain bike trails that are suitable for all. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced cyclist, there are different trails to give you an adrenaline rush.
Find modern park activities such as pony rides, water sports, cycling, inline skating and barbeque rental at the family-friendly Paris Ris Park. It also has multiple trails and a carefully-preserved six-hectare mangrove forest.
Sun Plaza Park is a 9.6 hectare park that boasts an amphitheatre, a Sense Discovery Garden, a Beach Ball court and a Woodball course. No wonder it is a popular meeting place for cultural and social interactions.
Go on an emotional exploration at Changi Museum and get a glimpse of Singapore’s wartime history during the Japanese Occupation.
(The museum is closed from 2 April 2018 for a major redevelopment, along with the chapel. Both the museum and chapel will only re-open in late 20202021).
Built in 1869, Fo Shan Ting Da Bo Gong Temple is a Chinese temple that served and provided convenient access for residents living in Pulau Ubin. It features a permanent theatre for Chinese Opera and Getai performances during festivals.
No Ubin trip is complete without visiting the famous yellow hut that houses the century-old German Girl Shine. Nestled in the Lalang Grass, you will find an altar with feminine items like nail polish, brushes and lipsticks left by other tourists from around the world.
Located just at the entrance of Chek Jawa, House No. 1 was originally built in the 1930s as a holiday retreat for the Chief Surveyor of Singapore, Landon Williams. It is now a Visitor Centre which houses information panels and displays that tell the history of the nature heritage in Chek Jawa.
Known as one of the most significant Chinese temples in Singapore, Tampines Chinese Temple, which was opened in 1992, has a majestic 270-metre-long dragon sculpture that adorns the temple’s perimeter. Inside, you will find nine alters enshrining deities of its constituent temples.
Owned by Mr Chew Teck Seng, a local provision shop owner, House 363B supplied canteens around the various quarries located in Pulau Ubin. The house has since been conserved and refurbished as a s model Chinese kampong house since it was returned to state in 2005 when Mr Chew’s family resettled to mainland Singapore.
Seamlessly combine work and play at the modern, all-suite Capri by Fraser, Changi City Hotel. Located at Changi Business Park, the studios come with fully-equipped kitchenettes, high-speed internet access and entertainment system - perfect for your every need.
Treat yourself to a relaxing getaway at one of Singapore’s first nature-inspired resorts with an integrated water park experience that is great for families. The 387-room resort boasts BBQ facilities, direct access to Wild Wild Wet and 3.2 hectares of endless entertainment such as a 6-hall cineplex, bowling alley, indoor playground and more.
Escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Village Hotel Changi is situated near Pulau Ubin and the flora and fauna of the Chek Jawa Wetlands. It is absolutely a breath of fresh air from the other hotels in Singapore.