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Singapore Area – Kallang

Though the town is best known for sports and concerts, the many other Kallang attractions prove that there’s much more to do in this laid-back town.

It’s certainly an underrated destination for Singapore tourists, so read on to find out what you can discover here.

Kallang Attractions – Things To Do & See, Tourist Places To Visit, Singapore




The Leong San See Temple is a historic Chinese Buddhist temple. Established in 1917, the temple has undergone numerous renovations through the century. The main deity is Guan Yin, but other minor deities worshipped here include Justice Bao, Mazu, Monkey King, Cheng Wang Ye, and others. The main altar features an image of Confucius, which is why many Chinese come to pray here, often asking for intelligence and piety for their children.

The Kallang Wave Mall is a popular shopping destination among the Kallang attractions. It may be modern and vibrant, but what sets it apart from other malls is its focus on fitness. The curated shops and experiences have a central theme: active lifestyles. It’s no surprise, considering that the mall is also linked up to the Singapore Sports Hub and is part of the Singapore National Stadium.

For other shopping needs, check out the City Square Mall, which also happens to be Singapore’s first eco-mall. It encompasses more than 700,000 square feet of retail space, and 4,900 square feet of outdoor parklands to explore. Shop to your heart’s content with over 200 retail and lifestyle outlets. City Square Mall also has restaurants and a cinema.

Mustafa Centre is a massive shopping mall in Kallang. Founded in 1971 by Mustaq Ahmad, an Indian businessman, the mall has now grown into one of Singapore’s biggest shopping malls. It specialises in Indian and Malay goods, and there is an overwhelming array of everything here. From groceries to saris and food, you’ll find everything you need in Mustafa Centre.

Other Kallang attractions to check out include Leisure Park Kallang, Singapore Indoor Stadium, and the Golden Mile Complex.



Leong San See Temple

Leong San See Temple

Kallang, Singapore

The Leong San Temple is a Chinese Buddhist temple that has been around since 1917. It was established by the Reverend Chun Wu, who came to Singapore in 1913 carrying just a statue of the Goddess of Mercy, Guan Yin, and...

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City Square Mall

City Square Mall

Kallang, Singapore

City Square Mall is the first eco-mall in Singapore. With over 700,000 square feet of retail space and 4,900 square feet of parklands, there is no better place which perfectly joins the indoor and outdoor in Singapore...

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Kallang Wave Mall

Kallang Wave Mall

Kallang, Singapore

The Kallang Wave Mall is a shopping, dining, and entertainment centre with activities and retail shops to suit all ages. What sets this shopping centre apart is its focus on active lifestyles; evident in the curated...

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Mustafa Centre

Mustafa Centre

Kallang, Singapore

Mustafa Centre is a massive 6 storey, 24-hour shopping mall located in the area of Singapore known as Little India. An Indian businessperson by the name Mustaq Ahmad founded the centre back in the 1971 and has now grown...

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Golden Mile Complex

Golden Mile Complex

Kampong Glam, Singapore

The Golden Mile Complex is a combination of commercial and residential buildings located on Beach Road in Kallang. The place was called ‘Golden Mile’ because it refers to the Strip of the land between Beach...

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Leisure Park Kallang

Leisure Park Kallang

Kallang, Singapore

Leisure Park Kallang is a shopping mall that features world-class facilities, in an all-in-one entertainment experience for visitors of all ages. It was built in 1982 to become Singapore’s first entertainment...

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