The fancy urban outlook of Singapore is overflowing with a luxurious feel to the country. But then, Singapore tends to hide a few unpolished places that are actually worth exploring. Here are a few of them you might want to check out.
Tuas Lalang Field
If you are looking for a bit of romance away from urbanization, then the Lalang grass fields in Singapore are the ideal choice. It looks like a golden field of wheat and poses at the perfect background for some photographs too.
The British militants who once encroached Singapore settled down and built their houses. In the 1970s, they left the country and their black and white colonial-style dwellings at Wessex Estate. The place is no more than an 18-minute drive from Park Hotel Farrer Park and is worth a visit.
Kampong Lorong Buangkok
Villages in Singapore? Now that would be a sight! Singapore’s rapid urbanisation caused the slow way of life to go almost extinct except for Lorong Buangkok, Singapore’s last village. The wooden houses are home to Chinese and Malay families.
If you are in for some adventure, then hopping hotels in Serangoon Road Singapore just won’t do. You’ve got to venture deeper into the jungles and there you will find the relics of an old Japanese shrine!