We recently received a tip-off from the ground that there is a wonderful communal space that has effectively served the needs of the public. Heartbeat@Bedok is one of the largest integrated complexes in Singapore. It is one of the most effective communal spaces in Singapore and its productivity in integrating a large range of social services are commendable. Heartbeat@Bedok is highly productive in the organisation and distribution of social services like healthcare, elderly care, sports, community and recreation services
We decided to check out the “affordable” restaurants. To our surprise, the sushi restaurant was selling at $1.50 for each dish, this is by far the most affordable sushi restaurant in Singapore. The western food was affordable too and you can get a plate of western food at $9.50. We had lunch at the western food restaurant and we agreed that it is both affordable and more delicious than most western food restaurants in Singapore.
We concluded that with efficient planning, such energy-saving communal spaces like Heartbeat@Bedok can be highly productive in the organisation and distribution of social services like healthcare, elderly care, sports, community and recreation services.