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๐ŸŒพ๐Ÿฅ˜ 5 Places To Visit With The New TE Line

These places are no longer inaccessible with the completion of the TEL! Hop on the TEL to explore these lesser known places for a change โœจ


1. Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre

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Bookmark this location for your next study session! Located in Yishun, Tzu Chi Humanistic Youth Centre is a tranquil open space with a rustic interior, complete with wooden beams and white hanging lights. The centre is open daily from 10am - 10pm, furnished with numerous tables and chairs perfect for a productive day of studying.

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Take a break from studying and visit the 3 eateries right beside the centre, including Jing Si Books & Cafe, Slow Bakes, and Real Food. Moreover, with the centre situated directly beside Yishun Lake, you may take a breather with a calming stroll along the lake amidst your studying session!


๐Ÿ“Location: 30A Yishun Central 1, Singapore 768796

โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: 10am - 10pm



2. Cava Cafe

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Situated at Upper Thompson, Cava Cafe is a pet-friendly cafe, boosting both an indoor and an alfresco area for your pets to roam around. Serving up all-day brunch, as well as pastas, burgers, and Korean fried chicken, it is the perfect spot for a relaxing meal.

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Their entire menu is affordably priced between $11-20, including a variety of light bites. Get yourself a Truffle Bacon Mac & Cheese at just $12, or a plateful of warm crispy Rosti for $10. Click here for more of their menu!


๐Ÿ“Location: 8 Jln Gelenggang, Singapore 578190 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: Sunday - Thursday (10am - 10.30pm), Friday - Saturday (10am - 11pm)



3. Craze Kitchen

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If you haven't heard of Craze Kitchen, this is your sign to make a trip down! Being a homely cafe tucked away in Yishun, they specialise in Western, Spanish, Italian, as well as Asian Fusion cuisine. A wide variety of dishes are available, ranging from Spanish Paella and Grilled Mains, to Pastas and Risottos. View their entire menu here!


๐Ÿ“Location: 18 Yishun Avenue 9, #01-02, Junction Nine, Singapore 768897 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: 11.30am - 10pm



4. Obba Jjajang Express

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Skip the crazy queues at Obba Jjajang with this Obba Jjajang Express outlet located at Woodlands! Get yourself a hearty bowl of Jjajangmyeon at just $7.50, which is a fraction of the price at the original outlet in Tanjong Pagar. The other dishes on their menu are affordably priced as well, with their Jjampong priced at $9.90 and Tangsuyuk at just $13!


๐Ÿ“Location: 1 Woodlands Height #01-01 Stall, #02, 737859 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: 11am - 8pm

Closed on Tuesdays!



5. A Hot Hideout

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You've probably heard of A Hot Hideout, a renowned Malatang eatery tucked away in NTU, but have you had the chance to try it yet? With the new TEL and their latest outlet at Sembawang, you can now try out the unique pairing of scrambled eggs with Mala. Wait no further and take a trip along the TEL for a fiery meal at A Hot Hideout!


๐Ÿ“Location: 369 Sembawang Rd, #01-04, Singapore 758382 โฑ๏ธOpening Hours: 12pm - 9.30pm



Escape the crowds with these lesser known places, and remember to bring your loved ones and friends along!๐Ÿ’–

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