Where to eat, drink and play in Yishun and Sembawang

Yishun Pond, credit: Jui-Yong Sim Before you dismiss the extreme north as just an ulu part of Singapore (and home to the zoo), check out what we found on a recent visit. We stumbled upon a bunch of cool new arrivals, tasty eats and possibly even our newest favorite hangout spots. Chong Pang Market & Food Centre Where to eat Chong Pang Market & Food Centre (104 Yishun Ring Rd.) This bustling market is Yishun’s mainstay for cheap and good hawker staples.....

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The Re-birth of Yishun

An array of exciting developments will take place in Yishun in the coming years. Read the full story here.....

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Organic Food Stores

Looking for your organic food fix? Here’s a list of organic food stores in Nee Soon, and some others around Singapore that can deliver right to your doorstep. What is organic food? Organic food is food harvested through organic farming. Although organic farming standards differ from country to country, basic compliance means not using synthetic pesticides and chemical fertilizers, and not processing the food with synthetic food additives or colouring. With more and more people opting for healthier food choices,....

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24/7 fun at ORTO

By April Zara ChuaThis newly launched attraction in Nee Soon (Yishun) offers round-the-clock sports and leisure activities for the whole family. ORTO, a multi-recreational park, is the latest addition to Nee Soon. Located on the grounds of the former Bottle Tree Park, the $8 million revamp has resulted in a modern kampong lifestyle park and a refuge from the city. ORTO houses a range of recreational facilities within lush tropical greenery and a scenic lake spread over a space,....

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