Hillview Community Club

Hillview Community Club

What To Know About Hillview Community Club

Better serve the locals, Hillview Community Club (CC), one of Singapore’s first community clubs (CC), has relocated back to its original site. Former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew formally opened the Princess Elizabeth Estate Community Center on May 5, 1963. The Bukit Gombak Community Centre took its place, moving to the vacant deck at Bukit Batok West. Despite this, it provided services and programmes to generations of locals.

Hillview Community Club has lush flora on its outside and interior facades in response to requests from locals for an eco-friendly CC. Additionally, it includes a unique rain collection mechanism that would aid in water conservation.


The new CC will officially open on Sunday, May 5, 2019, and neighbourhood residents may anticipate new programmes and facilities.  Hillview Community Club includes creating more inviting areas for residents to connect and engage in social activities. Bukit Gombak Grassroots Organizations have worked to create several cutting-edge community programmes that are appealing to both young and old. 

As an illustration, the Bukit Gombak EAGLES Interact Club (BGEIC) was founded in 2015 to develop young leaders in Bukit Gombak who had received the Edusave Award for Achievement, Good Leadership and Service (EAGLES).

Additionally some worthwhile partnerships with neighbourhood organisations provide a range of creative neighbourhood programmes to encourage social cohesion.

Krav Maga Self-Defense

The term “contact fighting” is derived from two old Hebrew words: “Krav,” which means “battle,” and “Maga,” which means “contact.” The Israeli Ministry of Education recognises Krav Maga as the best form of self-defence. Everyone involved in the development of Krav Maga put survival in any circumstance first. Therefore, for self-defence, krav maga relies on a person’s innate instincts and reflexes. Krav maga training is heavily reliant on awareness and mental conditioning. The core principle of krav maja is always react quickly, efficiently, and with the appropriate amount of power.

All ages can train safely and enjoyably in krav maga.

Pilates MatWork

Pilates Exercises called “network” are done on a mat and designed to increase flexibility, strength, and body awareness without necessarily adding bulk. The goal is to coordinate the mind, body, and spirit, or “Contrology,” as Joseph Pilates termed it. It is a workout that people of all ages can perform. Come gain a strong, more toned, and more flexible body. Your posture also better, and you’ll feel great on top of that!

Ballroom Latin (Adult) – Elementary 

Trainers with formal training credentials will lead this Adult Ballroom Latin Elementary course. The Cha-Cha, Jive, Paso Doble, Rumba, and Samba are all covered. Participants will learn how to turn, footwork, time, and count in beats or beats and bars. They will also learn how to align their feet when necessary.

Anyone who wants to work as a part-time or full-time entry-level bartender or mixologist must have fundamental bartending and mixology skills. Aspiring bartenders and mixologists will leave this highly interactive workshop with the knowledge, information, and basic abilities they need to succeed as entry-level bartenders and mixologists.

You will acquire knowledge of:

  • Bartender tasks and roles
  • Bartending equipment, tools, and procedures


A Chinese sport of self-defence called wushu. The skills of wushu are different fighting styles, the ideology founded on ancient Chinese philosophy. Wushu aids in body development and strengthening. Participants will study the fundamental footwork, known as “zan ma bu,” the techniques for using a spear, a sword, and a staff in unarmed combat.


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