You don’t want to miss these rare finds.
We tell you other cool things you can find and catch in the area.
Established in 1853, this beautiful Gothic-style national monument caters to worshippers in Hougang housing estates. The current building was built in 1901 and extended in 1933, and it features arched windows and doors, stained glass windows, a huge clock in the portico and a large marble statue of the Virgin Mary. Plus, it’s pretty rare to find a national monument in the neighbourhoods!
1259 Upper Serangoon Road
NEXT: Hougang Mall →
This six-storey suburban mall underwent major transformations in recent years to serve the needs of the residents here. There are currently over 130 retail outlets in the building and multiple fast food joints. We also love that we can get the popular Adam Road nasi lemak (pictured) at CRAVE Nasi Lemak & Teh Tarik here.
90 Hougang Avenue 10
NEXT: Dueller’s Point →
Trading cards enthusiasts in Singapore would probably be familiar with this spot. This store specialises in variety of collectible trading and living card games, as well as a wide range of gaming accessories and miniatures. It’s all nerdspeak to us but if Magic: The Gathering, Cardfight! Vanguard, Z/X Zillions of enemy X, Future Card Buddyfight, and Dungeons and Dragons are terms that make sense to you, you definitely want to check this store out. They also organise game nights, and you can get updates here.
450 Hougang Avenue 10
NEXT: Chef’s Hats →
We love telling you about our special neighbourhood finds so it’s no surprise this eatery makes it to our list. Its head chef, Chef Bernard, had 16 years of experience at Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore, so you know the food will be good. Located at Hougang Green Shopping Mall, Chef’s Hats will have you drooling over its selection of Western food. Its menu include Tiger Prawns and Crab Meat pasta (pictured), 100% Homemade Beef Burger, Pork Chops and more.
21 Hougang Street 51, #01-01A
NEXT: Punggol Park →
Despite its name, this sprawling 16-hectare park actually borders Hougang, and it has two different zones for the whole family to enjoy. The Active Zone has play and fitness equipment, open lawn areas, and a plaza area, while the Passive Zone is where you can take a relaxing stroll and enjoy some tranquility. One of the highlights of this place is the scenic five-hectare pond (pictured) situated in the middle of the park.
Junction of Hougang Avenue 8 and 10
NEXT: Five &2 →
This pet-friendly resto bistro in Punggol Park serves up an authentic Asian cuisine that is delightfully tasty. Order the Sarawak Chicken for a burst of flavour with every bite, and its Golden Chicken Wings that are simply too good to resist. Oh, we couldn’t forget their Pulau Hitam with Coconut ice cream to complete the meal. Mmm!
Check out their hilarious neon-sign on the exterior, too!
Punggol Park, 97 Hougang Avenue 8, 538792
NEXT: Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary →
By Muneerah Bee, November 2016 / Updated by Melodi Ghui, July 2019
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