At a glance during the day, Serangoon (affectionately nicknamed “Serangood” by its adoring inhabitants) Garden is merely a swanky town with rows after rows of landed properties and condominiums.

But once nighttime arrives, Serangoon Garden transforms into a nightlife hub for nocturnal diners, pub goers and karaoke-lovers.

Serangoon Garden is one of Singapore 's oldest estates. Built in the 1950s, it served as a lodging estate for the British military. This somewhat explains why the majority of roads here have British-influenced road names ( Borthwick Drive, Brockhampton Drive, Farleigh Avenue, etc).

Serangoon Garden was also known as Ang Sar Lee (“Red Roofs”) because many of the lodges had red roof tiles.

When the British soldiers left in 1971, Serangoon Garden became a residential estate for middle-class Singaporeans. In 2001, the government embarked on a project to upgrade Serangoon Garden into an upscale residential estate that is well provided by facilities and amenities.

Serangoon Garden district boasts a vibrant nightlife that is comparable to that of Clarke Quay's, especially along the stretches of Serangoon Garden Way and Maju Avenue.

  • Pubs
    The pubs are regularly frequented by expatriates and PMEBs who want to unwind after a day's hard work.
  • Karaoke centers
    There are two kinds of karaoke centers here - the family-friendly kind and the slightly sleazy kind. The patrons range from PMEBs to older pensioners.

F & B outlets

  • Serangoon Garden Market and Food Centre
    This food centre cum market was built in 1962 and offers local cuisine like the Malay nasi lemak, Nonya kueh, Chinese char kway teow and Indian murtabak. Most of the tenants here hail from the now defunct Taman Serasi food centre.
  • Chomp Chomp Food Centre
    This food center offers a wide range of local and Asian cuisines to satisfy each palate at an extremely affordable price. Most of the tenants here hail from the former Botanic Gardens hawker centre.
  • 24-hour coffee shops
    There are also numerous 24-hour coffee shops to soothe the sudden cravings for teh tarik and egg prata in the middle of the night.
  • Durian “cafes”
    Durians-lovers can indulge in D24 durians at the many durian “cafes” available along the streets. The durian sellers have even set up tables and chairs so that durian kings can indulge in an alfresco setting, which, by the way, comes with table service.
  • Jumbo Serangoon Seafood Restaurant
    Jumbo Seafood restaurant, having opened 6 outlets in Singapore , is synonymous with the term “seafood”. The Jumbo Serangoon Seafood Restaurant at Serangoon Garden Country Club prides itself on its wide variety of seafood dishes that are interestingly cooked the healthier way – less oil, less salt and more vegetables.

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