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Additional Resources

From history to cuisine to architecture to its people, here are additional resources to pique your interest and help you get to know Tiong Bahru better before and after experiencing the Estate Frequencies podcast.


The Tiong Bahru Heritage Trail guide is an invaluable compendium of information on your walk throughout the estate.


Finbarr Fallon offers novel ideas and approaches for photographing Tiong Bahru’s unique architecture.

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Stephen Black’s I Ate Tiong Bahru, an unusual combination of historical documentation, detailed observations of daily life and lyrical short stories.


I Remember Singapore takes us on an informative walk through Tiong Bahru.

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Writer Ng Yi-Sheng muses​ on his father’s childhood in Tiong Bahru and his own relationship with the estate.

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An open source Google Earth virtual tour of Tiong Bahru


Cheng Shao Meng’s essay on Singapore’s hawker centre with a particular focus on Tiong Bahru Market.


If you’re thinking of owning one of the conserved units in Tiong Bahru, here’s a friendly guide on the rules you have to follow.

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