When visiting Singapore, one of the most interesting places to stop in at is Haw Par Villa. We didn’t even know that it existed before we arrived, but our friend Gilbert a resident of the city took us on a great day tour around town and our first stop was Haw Par.
You may have heard the name before. Haw Par makes Tiger Balm and as a matter a fact, it used to be called Tiger Balm Village.
It is a pretty fascinating place and we were shocked to see that we were one of the very few visiting the village that day. I think that the village has seen better days, but I understand that they are working on giving it a little face lift.
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