The streets of Tiong Bahru, Singapore in slow motion. This neighborhood is one of the oldest estates in Singapore, predating WWII. It was the first mass public hosing project by the government in the 1930’s. Today, it’s a mix of the old and the new and the retro Art Deco architecture is a sharp contrast to the modern-day Singapore. It has retained it’s original community feel yet has grown into one of the trendiest areas in Singapore with restaurants and cafes popping up everywhere. Even with the gentrification of this old neighborhood, travelers come to explore the alleyways and the tranquility of the area.
Below you’ll find our film: “Tiong Bahru in Slow Motion”. Away from the crowds, you’ll find isolated alleyways, wanders and everyday life. Hope you enjoy and please leave any comments below or on the video.