If you’re a regular follower of the Enabling Village on social media, you’ll know there’s quite a few spots in our community space that look great on Instagram or Facebook, with and without filters. If you haven’t been here in person, here’s what your influencees have been missing on your feed.

1. Outdoor deck, ABILITY HUB block

If you’ve attended a public event in the Enabling Village, you’ve probably had your reception here. Come on a quiet day and you can have interesting pictures taken here.

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2. Mural by Ernest Zacharevic X Pathlight School

This 3-storey high mural is one of three collaborations between Lithuanian-born mural artist Ernest Zacharevic and the artists of Pathlight School.

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3. Wooden cabañas

The biopond has two cabañas for visitors to chill out in. A picture taken here is bound to get people curious about where you’ve been taking your selfies.

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4. Circular sitting tubes

These repurposed sewage pipes is probably the number one Instagram spot on this list. A quick search of our hashtag #EnablingVillage and you’ll see many creative pictures taken here.

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5. Outdoor terrace

One of the few amphitheatre spaces in Singapore that’s designed for both ambulant visitors and wheelchair users.

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The stained timber and strip lighting make this space quite the sight during the evening blue hour.

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6. Mural by Ernest Zacharevic outside The Art Faculty

Outside the Art Faculty is the second, probably least known, mural by Zacharevic X Art Faculty. Like his famous murals in Penang, this one is at eye level, so it allows you to pose with the characters.

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7. Mural by Ernest Zacharevic, PLAYGROUND block

This 3-storey mural is visible as you drive by the Enabling Village along Lengkok Bahru. Featuring the lovable animal characters from The Animal Project.

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