10am: Start your day early at this culturally rich precinct, which was originally home to the Malay aristocracy in the 1800s. Feast on roti prata (South Indian flatbread) a local breakfast staple at MA Deen Biasa, which is also famous for its sup tulang (mutton bone stewed in gravy). The prata dough is skilfully rolled, tossed and flattened to create that crispy fried pancake that the locals love. As Erin and Benjamin have shown, it’s no easy feat to make this seemingly simple dish!
Before Tiong Bahru, there was Haji Lane – Singapore’s original hipster neighbourhood that's peppered with charming boutiques, watering holes, cafés, and restaurants.