Boulder Movement, a climbing gym, opens a second outlet outside of the CBD. In its latest heartland outlet, the space is almost twice as big. And with it comes more square footage to fit more climbing surfaces – for both novices and expert climbers alike. Spot a special climbing cave, which promises a steep challenge for those looking for a good workout. Not a fan of facing the four walls? Not to worry, this outlet features plenty of windows that let in natural sunlight, so it feels bright and airy.
Once a vibrant kampung area rife with gang wars, Tai Seng has cleaned up pretty well. The place takes its name from Tai Seng Rubber Factory which was constructed in the area in 1917. Although it is known for being a dusty industrial estate, Tai Seng now shines with cafés, shops and even an art gallery. Make a trip down to this neighbourhood for venerable char siew, go crate-digging and shop for vintage furniture. Read our guide to discover the things to do while you're in the 'hood.
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