Choa Chu Kang might have started out as a humble kampung with rubber plantations and poultry farms, but it’s come a long way since then. What’s there to do in Choa Chu Kang today, and could this modern estate be your ideal neighbourhood? Read on to find out more!
- Be prepared to squeal non-stop at the adorable goats at this dairy farm
- Jump on the KPOP trend and try your hand at a KPOP dance class at Choa Chu Kang stadium
- Satisfy your sweet tooth with this unbelievably good Nutella Bread Pudding
- Indulge in some crazy sinful but unbelievably good desserts at this takeaway kiosk
- Dig into what they call the best chicken rice in the West of Singapore
Be prepared to squeal non-stop at the adorable goats at this dairy farm
You can still find some farms at Choa Chu Kang, and the one that’s top on our lists is none other than Hay Diaries. This goat farm might look unassuming from the outside, but it houses over a thousand goats in its premises, and it’s the only goat farm in Singapore that produces goat milk.
Their milking takes place daily from 9am till 10.30am, so be sure to make your way down early if you want to watch the process!
Jump on the KPOP trend and try your hand at a KPOP dance class at CCK stadium
Other than having the usual badminton courts and table-tennis tables for rent, Choa Chu Kang Sports Centre also organises various activities such as KPOP dance classes and Zumba. If you fancy picking up any of these activities, check the Sports Centre’s Facebook page for updates, or call them at 6767 1735.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this unbelievably good Nutella Bread Pudding
In our eyes, anything Nutella-related is bound to be good, but this Nutella Bread Pudding by Dessert by Quintessa takes it to a whole new level. Trust us, you’ll find it hard to stop at a single slice!
If bread pudding doesn’t quite tickle your fancy, Liza, the baker behind the brand also whips up a mean batch of Ondeh Ondeh cupcakes and Triple Speculoos cupcakes.
Indulge in some crazy sinful but unbelievably good desserts at this takeaway kiosk
Yes, that makes two dessert places we’re featuring in one article, but you know what they say – good things should be shared! At The Brown Ups, indulge in your favourite churros, fried Mars bars, waffles, and crepes, all of which are equally delicious and worth your calories. Keep an eye on their Facebook page, which they regularly update with their latest promotions and discounts!
Dig into what they call the best chicken rice in the West of Singapore
Ah Boy Chicken Rice has earned itself rave reviews from not just the general populace, but also acclaimed chefs such as celebrity chef Eric Teo. Located at V6 Food Court at Choa Chu Kang Crescent, this chicken rice stall has a reputation for feeding hungry diners with exceedingly tender, succulent chicken that never fails to impress.
Want to stay around Choa Chu Kang?
Want to get a condo instead? Here are some great options in Choa Chu Kang:
Wandervale – $718 average psf.
Palm Gardens – $754 average psf.
Northvale – $797 average psf.
The Warren – $872 average psf.
Mi Casa – $945 average psf.