A communal dinner in a modern kampung

One Kind House

Rekindle community spirit with Mummy Soh, a retired teacher in her home. Learn her best recipes, and connect with your fellow diners.


Preserve a slice of Singapore’s culinary culture and experience communal living. To give back to the community, the Soh family conducts cooking classes for children of single parents and other activities for those with mental disabilities.

Read our Weekend of Good guide to Singapore for more travel tips and ideas!



Good for kids


Getting there

One Kind House is a 10-minute walk along the Siglap Park Connector from Kembangan MRT station on the East West Line. 

About the host

Mummy Soh is a retired-teacher-turned-entrepreneur who is more than happy to share her delightful culinary skills and recipes with guests.

Traveller's Notes

Bookings are made through Airbnb. Find the link on their Facebook page. 

Joo Chiat is a historic district in the east of Singapore steeped in Peranakan (Straits Chinese charm). Consider spending an afternoon there taking in the quaint shophouses with elaborate facades, the shops selling traditional spices and desserts, and the eclectic blend of Malay and Chinese culture. 

Dress light and comfortable -- you’d be picking, chopping and grinding herbs!

  •  Joanne Yip 

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