Some weekends: Open House at Teck Seng’s Place with NParks

Take a self-guided tour around Teck Seng’s Place and immerse yourself in 1970s Pulau Ubin. Learn about what life was like in a Chinese Kampong House.
Chinese Kampung House No. 363 opposite Sensory Trail Ponds
Overlooking the Sensory Trail ponds, House 363B has been refurbished and conserved as a model of a Chinese kampung house. Built in the 1970s, the house was owned by Mr Chew Teck Seng who used to operate a provision shop in the village centre known as ‘Teck Seng Provision Shop’. When Mr Chew’s family resettled to mainland Singapore mainland in 2005,
the house was returned to the state.

Renamed ‘Teck Seng’s Place’, the house offers visitors a nostalgic trip back in time to life on Pulau Ubin during the 1970s. The interpretive signs and memorabilia, like retro furniture and old photographs, centre around the fictional narrative of the Tan family, highlighting key milestones such as the grandfather’s first voyage to Pulau Ubin from China, the family’s struggles to eke out a sustainable living, as well as the growth of the family.

Here's more about Teck Seng's Place Little Day Out.

Dates: Every 2nd and 4th Saturday and Sunday and public holidays
Time: 10am - 2pm
Location: 363B, Jalan Ubin about 300m, 10mins walk from Ubin Jetty (map)

This event is free-of-charge

No registration required. Simply go to Teck Seng's Place during the opening hours.

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