Bukit Timah Plaza

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What You Should Know About Bukit Timah Plaza

Bukit Timah Plaza is a shopping centre located where Clementi Road and Bukit Timah Road meet. In addition to housing above the commercial center, Bukit Timah Plaza contains four levels of stores and restaurants. Old and new tenants coexist in the mall, which serves as a hub for enrichment programs for kids.

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The shops and enrichment centers at Bukit Timah Plaza

The two-level NTUC Finest supermarket is one of Bukit Timah Plaza’s anchor tenants. Popular Bookstore, Party With Us, a store selling party materials, and Gallen Sports are some family-friendly businesses at Bukit Timah Plaza. Also newly opened in the mall’s Basement 1 is Giggly Feet, a new, moderately sized, for-profit indoor playground. Children’s enrichment centers can now get found in abundance at Bukit Timah Plaza. These get primarily focused on Level 2.

At Bukit Timah Plaza, there are academic enrichment centers like the You Can Read Learning Center, the Xue Lin Learning Hub, the Hua Cheng Education Center, the HCL Education Center, and the My Junior Maths. ArtZone, ArtGrain, Fame Music School, and Kel’s Music are child enrichment facilities.

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Eateries at Bukit Timah Plaza

There are several different restaurants and cafes at Bukit Timah Plaza that offer different types of food. They include neighborhood restaurants like Sherwood Snack Bar in Basement 2 and the food court, which has delectable duck rice and is nestled away in a Basement 1 corner. There is a stall at Basement 2 next to the escalators for individuals who like kaya toast and a hot beverage.

At Bukit Timah Plaza, there are also Pizza Hut and Subway restaurants. Visit Boyle’s Coffee and Rise & Grind Coffee Co., two outdoor cafés, as an alternative. Several Korean eateries are available at Bukit Timah Plaza, including Ming Jia Korean Food on Level 1 and B1 and Zzang Korean Food on Level 2.

Nearby Attractions

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

It gets shut down on September 14, 2014, to improve visitor safety. The Bukit Timah Nature Reserve saw more than 400,000 visitors per year. It caused soil erosion, necessitating slope stabilization work. The reserve’s two-year closure also gave NParks time to implement safeguards like enrichment planting.

Reinforced trail stairs and rope railing, which help define the trails, are a few of the improvements at the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Raised boardwalks are another feature that enhances the visitor experience while preserving the ecosystem.

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Hindhede Nature Park

The Hindhede Nature Park gets created with families with young children in mind, as opposed to the more well-known, difficult road to the top of Bukit Timah Hill, and it first opened its doors in 2001. Its short walk begins at the visitor center and loops around to the Hindhede Quarry, just 90 meters away.

The entrance to Hindhede Nature Park gets hidden behind the visitor center. The park is empty because most tourists rush for the summit and miss it. There is a picnic spot with a table that is appropriate for children. Due to this, Hindhede Nature Park is a good place for families, including those with children in strollers, to go for a relaxing walk.

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