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Exploring Singapore: 8 Fun Finds In Clementi

From giant family playgrounds to ethnic enclaves, we explore the surprising activities and grub that Clementi has to offer

By Pamela Chow

One of Singapore’s largest and oldest towns, Clementi has received a facelift in recent years, resulting in an interesting blend of old and new places to explore.

Named after Sir Cecil Clementi Smith, Governor of the Straits Settlements from 1887 to 1893, this town is a bustling hive of activity that draws people from all walks of life. Spend a weekend with your family or friends to unearth these finds in Clementi.

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8. One of Singapore’s first condominiums

Clementi is also home to Pandan Valley, one of Singapore’s first condominiums still standing today. Built in 1979, the estate is a microcosmic neighbourhood on its own, housing clinics, education centres, a supermarket and other
retail stores.

According to its website, Pandan Valley is a whopping 80,372 square metres of rare freehold land. The condominium also features a koi fish pond with a wooden bridge and 3km of jogging tracks — testament to just how impressive this piece of property is.

Pandan Valley Condominium, 7 Pandan Valley

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