Singapore’s Hidden Gem: Seletar Trail

Singapore’s Hidden Gem: Seletar Trail, Singapore, Singapore (B)

Nestled in the quiet northeast of Singapore, Seletar’s leafy neighborhood is also one of the country’s most under-the-radar gem.

Primarily known as the site of Seletar Airport where private charters fly from, travelers who make their way here will be pleasantly rewarded with charming colonial bungalows, chic eateries and scenic walks.

There is also an ongoing future plan to transform Seletar into one of Singapore’s regional centers, so you may want to check it out before the site evolves from its original charm too soon!

To get into the first site in this guide, you may ride to Sengkang MRT and transfer to the LRT system. Disembarking at Thanggam LRT, Jalan Kayu is just a short 8-minute walk.

Jalan Kayu has been identified as one of Singapore’s key identity nodes by Urban Redevelopment Authority, with plan to enhance its walkway while preserving its old-world charm.

The two-lane road is famed for its many great eateries, including some of the best roti pratas in Singapore. Its most famous joint is the 24-hour Thasevi Food. Try their super crispy paper prata and the fluffily sweet prata bom. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Singapore’s Hidden Gem: Seletar Trail
Guide Location: Singapore » Singapore
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Andrew Darwitan
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Thasevi Food
  • Hampstead Wetlands Park
  • Old Birdcage Walk
  • Hangar66 Cafe
  • Hyde Park Gate Garden
  • Wheeler’s Estate
  • Rower’s Bay Park
  • Seletar Fishing Village
  • The Summerhouse

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