Everything Should Know About Kallang Neighbourhood
Kallang Neighbourhood, commonly known as Whampoa, is a developed metropolitan region providing HDB home to Singaporeans for many years. The Kallang HDB estates have several areas that date back to the 1970s and 1980s. Residents of Kallang HDB Estate have benefited from the excellent services and amenities provided by the HDB estate in this area. Some of the estate’s older buildings get renovated to meet current housing needs. They are subject to redevelopment as part of the Selective En bloc Redevelopment Scheme (SERS). The new blocks include some high-rise structures with over thirty stories. The Kallang Neighbourhood has about 120,000 people.
Given the area’s iridescent attractiveness, there are a plethora of drinking establishments where you may unwind while admiring the unspoiled beauty of the Kallang Basin and the constant breeze it brings. Kallang Neighbourhood also boasts a plethora of cafes where you may satisfy your caffeine cravings while relaxing in an artistic setting.
Kallang is home to two major shopping malls, which provide a wide range of shopping options. The malls have grown over time to offer various options to make your visit to the Singapore Indoor Stadium and the OCBC Arena worthwhile.
With integrated sports, leisure, and entertainment amenities, the Kallang Wave Mall takes pride in being the retail core of Singapore’s Sports Hub. The Kallang Wave Mall offers various unique shopping experiences, such as Singapore’s first sports-themed hypermarket, Fairprice Xtra, which is in keeping with the surrounding region. The mall also houses fashion retailers such as Cotton On, Uniqlo, and H&M.
Kallang offers a unique set of experiences that you won’t find anyplace else in Singapore. Kayak, ice skate, rock climb, or go to a concert! The Kallang Sports Hub is a modern-day play hub.
To begin, go to Anytime Fitness, a 24-hour gym in Kallang Wave Mall, to get your heart racing late at night. Take a Segway trip from Singapore Sports Hub to Marina Bay with O-Ride Singapore Mini Segway Tours, or conquer the bouldering walls at Climb Central’s indoor rock climbing complex.
The Singapore Sports Hub provides a variety of free and open-to-the-public learning opportunities. At various locations within the Sports Hub, free workout sessions get held every day. The workouts run around an hour and a half and include everything from pilates to Zumba and kickboxing. Stop at the Sports Museum to learn about Singapore’s sporting heritage while perusing artefacts for free.
The East-West Line’s Kallang MRT Station is less than four stops from three major MRT interchanges: Bugis MRT Station, which is also on the Downtown Line, City Hall, and Raffles Place MRT Stations, which are in the heart of Singapore’s business district and are also on the North-East Line, which connects to areas such as Orchard and Somerset. Kallang also has the Stadium MRT Station on the Circle Line, taking commuters to Marina Bay in minutes.
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