Farrer Park MRT station (NE8), located at the north most end of the ethic Indian district in Singapore, is an underground station on the North-East line manage by SBS Transit. The station is connected via underpass to City Square Mall, a large suburban mall with anchor tenants like Golden Village cinemas, Decathlon, and Fairprice. Farrer Park's station interior design captures the spirit of the locality's sporting heritage with the Horse Racing and Soccer series of artworks titled Rhythmic Exuberance. Farrer Park sees a steady stream of tourists as it is one of the cultural districts in Singapore. It is also seeing the emergence of speciality cafes popping up in the area that are a hit for the millenials wanting to catch from the bustle of the CBD and orchard areas.
Some schools near Farrer Park MRT include Bendemeer Secondary School, Balestier Hill Secondary School as well as Anglo Chinese School (Barker Rd). Primary schools that parents can look to enroll their children into include Farrer Park Primary School and Bendemeer Primary School.
City Square Mall is a mall located just at Farrer Park MRT station. It is known to be Singapore's first eco-mall that was integrated with an urban park named City Green. With over 700,000 square ft of gross retail space, it provides more than 200 shops that people can enjoy strolling and shopping at, all while acquiring an eco-learning experience. However, it does consists of more food stores as opposed to retail stores, thus it can definitely be a great place to look for food.
Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle and Ng Ah Sio Bat Kut Teh are some of the local delicacies stores that one should visit if they are at Farrer Park. These stores has been known to be graced by many individuals who can attest to its amazing local flavour.
There are also a bunch of beautifully decorated cafes around that area for avid Instagrammers. Non-entree Desserts and Tiramisu Hero are a few cafes that one could venture and explore as it features many quirky desserts. Mustafa Centre is also a relatively cheap place that one could look to shop at as it is located rather near Farrer Park MRT. Furthermore, one could also explore the streets of Little India and visit many temples like the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple to enjoy a greater traditional culture experience.
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