How is lavender area in Singapore?
Lavender is the rising star of Singapore’s hip neighbourhoods, rivalling the likes of Tiong Bahru with its heady mix of old and new. Whether it’s ordering plates at old-school eateries, browsing contemporary art studios or wandering through charming heritage houses, Lavender provides things to do in spades.
Why is Lavender MRT called Lavender?
Lavender Street connects the junction of Balestier Road and Serangoon Road to the junction of Kallang Road and Crawford Street. … The name “Lavender”, which was suggested by residents of the street, was ironic because this was one of the foulest-smelling streets of Singapore during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Does Lavender MRT have toilet?
Public Toilet (payment required) at Street Level (L1) near Exit B, at V Hotel. Operating Hours: 1200hrs – 1930hrs daily. Closed on Public Holidays.
How do I get to Singapore Casket by MRT?
Nearby MRT Station
Beendemeer Station (Downtown Line) – 2 minute walk (Exit A or B) Lavender Station (EW 11) – 8 minute walk (Exit B)
How did Lavender Singapore get its name?
In 1858, Lavender Street was named as a tongue-in-cheek reference to the stink of the nightsoil (human excreta from latrines contained in pails) used as fertilisers by the many vegetable farms in the area.
Are there toilets in MRT stations?
The toilets at MRT stations seem to be located mostly at the far ends of the concourse level. This is very inconvenient, especially for the elderly, who may have difficulty walking.
What time is the first MRT?
First/Last train service terminating at NS1 EW24 Jurong East
|First Train||Last Train|
|Monday – Thursday||05:35||00:37|