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With a name that directly translates to “red-haired man’s bridge” (Google the name John Turnball Thomson for the backstory), Ang Mo Kio was once an area covered in secondary forest and rubber plantations. It’s since been transformed into one of Singapore’s most densely-packed heartlands. While the nerve centre gravitates around the bustling Ang Mo Kio Hub, a few of its hidden gems are found closer to its other treasure – the sprawling 62-hectare Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park.