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A heritage enclave in contemporary living
Mayfair is an affluent area in the West of London. Living life at its finest best describes what the precinct has to offer. Mayfair Gardens takes after this prestigious name as it is also nestled in an influential district – Bukit Timah, where it shares the same value as Mayfair in London. At Mayfair Gardens, one can truly enjoy an unparalleled lifestyle.
The Mayfair Lifestyle
Bukit Timah Saddle Club
The Singapore Turf Club (STC) was formed as early as 1842. Singapore’s first horse racing track and stand was built in present-day Farrer Park, and the first race took place in 1843.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Champions Public Golf Course
The Heritage Trail
Kampong Life Trail
Buildings and institutions that were once part of Bukit Timah’s kampong past can still be found in the area today. This trail features a former railway station as well as houses of faith that were once central to the religious and social lives of kampong residents and now serve the same function for their respective congregations.
From King Albert Park MRT station, walk west down Bukit Timah Road towards the railway truss bridge. There is a path near the bridge that leads towards the former Bukit Timah Railway Station. Constructed in the 1930s, the station was part of a former railway line connecting Singapore and the Malay Peninsula. The railway line ran alongside and sometimes bisected a number of settlements, including Kampong Quarry and Fuyong Estate.
The last stop on this short trail is Hoon San Temple, which is just a street away from Masjid Al-Huda. Built-in 1902 by immigrants from Jiazhou village in Fujian, China, Hoon San Temple features interlocking wooden beams which were constructed in the Hokkien style, as well as intricate frescos and murals themed on filial piety and traditional Chinese culture.
You can catch a bus or the MRT to Sixth Avenue. Walk down Sixth Avenue towards Jalan Haji Alias, and head towards Masjid Al-Huda. Built in 1925, the mosque was central to the community life of Muslim villagers in the area, which was previously dotted with kampongs until the 1980s.
WWII Legacy Trail
During World War II (WWII), Bukit Timah was a key target for the Japanese as the British supply depots, reservoirs and the strategic Bukit Timah Hill were all located in the area. This trail explores WWII-related sites as well as places that carry the memories and legacies of the Japanese Occupation.
Leisure And Learning Trail
Bukit Timah consists of a number of social and leisure landmarks that are well-loved by its residents and Singaporeans. This trail covers some of these landmarks including popular eating destinations, Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as vital centres of reserach and education.
The former Raffles College grounds adjoin the Singapore Botanic Gardens which is the last stop on this trail. Established in 1859, the Gardens is Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site. Through the years, the Gardens played a significant role in botanical science and conservation.
The Mayfair Getaway
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Experience nature in its pristine form at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, which is a mere 12km from the bustling city centre. By virtue of Singapore’s location on the equatorial belt, the reserve has one of the richest and most diverse ecological systems.
The Education Street
Reputable Schools & Institutions
Live In The Lap Of Convenience
Nothing beats a well-connected transport system. At Mayfair Gardens, convenience rests at your doorstep. Go anywhere with no traffic hold-up via the nearest MRT station – King Albert Park, within 5 minutes walk. This centrally located development brings you to the North, South, East and West of the island in a swift.
The Mayfair Kitchens
Cafe And Restaurant
Dining out becomes so convenient as you will be served by a string of cafes and restaurants or the F&B joints close by. Take a stroll and make a choice. Be pampered and savour on the different menu every single day and night.
Taste Of Bukit Timah
Savoury feast begins at nearby exciting F&B
The Mayfair Indulgences
A Timeless British Prominence