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  • Toa Payoh Seu Teck Sean Tong Temple

    seu teck sean tong temple

    The Toa Payoh Seu Teck Sean Tong Temple had its humble beginnings in a attap hut in Hup Choon Hng Kampong. Its establishment in 1942 is part of the shan tang (charitable and religious institutions prominent in Southern China in the 17th century) network.

  • SIA-NKF Dialysis Centre


    When it opened in December 1987, the SIA-NKF Dialysis Centre was the first dialysis centre in Singapore to be established outside a hospital.

    Culture & Community
  • Blk 53 The VIP Block

    blk 53

    The 19-storey Block 53 features a prominent Y-shaped design, and remains the only block of flats in Toa Payoh with this layout. It has played host to a series of foreign and local dignitaries; their visits to this block and its rooftop viewing gallery have led it to be dubbed a "VIP block".

  • Toa Payoh Methodist Church

    toa payoh methodist church

    The Toa Payoh Methodist Church began as an evangelical outreach project by the Wesley Methodist Church and St Andrew's Cathedral in 1968. The church, at its present site, was completed in 1973.

  • Mount Alvernia Hospital

    mount alvernia hospital

    Mount Alvernia Hospital stands as the legacy of a group of nuns from the Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood in Guildford, Surrey, in the United Kingdom.

    Culture & Community
  • Tree Shrine at Blk 177

    tree shrine

    Towering above Toa Payoh Town Mall until felled by lightning in 2013, this ficus tree has been regarded as sacred since the kampong days of Toa Payoh.

    Culture & Community
  • Toa Payoh Sports Complex

    toa payoh sports complex

    Built in time for the 1973 SEAP Games, the Toa Payoh Sports Complex consists of a stadium, a swimming complex and a sports hall.

    Culture & Community
  • Former Pulau Ubin Community Centre


    The former Pulau Ubin Community Centre started off as a simple zinc and wooden structure built by island residents in 1961. It became the island's community centre five years later in 1966.

  • Pulau Ubin Jetty


    The original jetty was built by the Japanese between 1942 and 1943 during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore to facilitate movement to and from Pulau Ubin.

  • Tua Pek Kong Temples


    The Tua Pek Kong Temple located across from the wayang stage in Pulau Ubin's main village is the sub-temple of the main Tua Pek Kong temple near Pekan Quarry.

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