Entitled to be one of the coolest places, Siglap is the residential neighborhood in Bedok, the east region of Singapore. Located near the East Coast Park, it can be divided into two main regions: the hilly inland and the outer flat coastal areas. Siglap is fundamentally managed by the Singapore Civil Defence Force and the Bedok Police Division. The perks of living in this heaven-like area continue to rise beyond the scope, including dope landed houses and bungalows as well as medical and healthcare facilities for its people. It constitutes the earliest of the Singapore’s underground water detention tanks to collect the excess the rainwater. Siglap is rich and resourceful in providing lush facilities to its residents. It is home to the finest restaurants, food courts, reputable government and private schools, training centers and famous markets including Siglap V, Siglap New Market, Siglap Centre, and Siglap Shopping Centre located along the lining of the Siglap Road and East Coast Road. It also marks the presence of the renowned worship places like The Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour, The Emmanuel Assembly of God Church, Bethesda Frankel Estate Church, Masjid Kampong Siglap, Bethany Evangelical Free Church, Ean Keng Si Buddhist Temple, and The Kim San Temple.
Siglap was originally known for its fruit trees and coconut plantations. It has managed to emerge as a powerful independent estate in the east region of the country. The most widely used modes of transportation of this exclusive estate include mainly Kembangan and Bedok MRT stations, East Coast Parkway (ECP) and the Marine Parade Bus Terminal. This place is entitled to be the sacred place of historical significance for Muslims as it resides the graveyard of Keramat Sheikh Ali, Dr. Hafeezudin Sirajuddin Moonshi and other prominent figures. Mostly occupied by the upper middle class, Siglap’s appeal is marked by its full sea view, serene environment, attractive but peaceful lifestyle and historical landmarks.