tpvets_logo.jpg (2726 bytes)TOA PAYOH VETS
toapayohvets.com   Blk 1002, Toa Payoh Lor 8, 01-1477, Singapore 319074   Tel: 6254-3326, 9668-6469, 9668-6468.  judy@toapayohvets.com  
23 March, 2015
  Focus: Small animals - dogs, cats, guinea pigs, hamsters, turtles & rabbits
 
Location
Toa Payoh Vets is located in Eastern part of Toa Payoh. It is sited on Blk 1002, Toa Payoh Lor 8, #01-1477, Singapore 319074.

It is on the ground floor, corner unit of an industrial park, 7-storey building. It is near the junction of Toa Payoh Lor 7 and 8 and Toa Payoh East.

A Chinese restaurant is behind the Surgery in Block 1002.
Prominent landmarks include the golf driving range, the Hindu temple, First Toa Payoh Secondary School and a polyclinic.
 
Map of Toa Payoh Vets
 
Videos
Video: A view of some Toa Payoh HDB apartments
 
Video: External view of Toa Payoh Vets and nearby buildings
 
Website & contact numbers
toapayohvets.com
judy@toapayohvets.com
Tel/SMS:   +65 9668-6469,  9668-6468
Tel: +65 6254-3326
Fax: +65 6256-0501
 
BY CAR from Braddell Road via Central Expressway (CTE). Go to Singapore Toa Payoh Veterinary Surgery, near golf driving range and Tamil templeToa Payoh Lor 8, drive all the way, past a Hindu temple and polyclinic on your left.
 

Video: From Lorong 8 Toa Payoh to Toa Payoh Vets

After the temple, turn left at the T-junction  (Lor 8 and Toa Payoh East).

Turn 2nd left at the traffic junction. First Toa Payoh Secondary School will be seen on your right. Drive further, keeping left.

How to get to Toa Payoh Vets. Toa Payoh East, School, Golf Driving Range, SingaporeYou will see Block 1003 ahead and the Golf driving range on the right hand side. Do not drive into the car park lot straight ahead. Keep left, turn left and you will see Block 1002 soon.

Video: External view of Toa Payoh Vets and nearby buildings

Drive to the end of the block and Toa Payoh Vets is on the ground floor, corner unit.

 
BY CAR from the Pan-Island Expressway (PIE) driving from Stevens Road/Jurong to the Changi Airport. Turn into the (Kim Keat Link) Toa Payoh Lor 6 exit, not the first Toa Payoh exit you will see.

Singapore. From the PIE, now at Kim Keat Road. Keep right to the Golf Driving Range.The SAFRA Toa Payoh will be on your left.  Drive straight but keep right. At the first traffic light nearby, go straight. At the 2nd traffic light, turn right to Toa Payoh East.

Go straight to the 3rd traffic light. You will see First Toa Payoh Secondary School ahead, on your right. Go straight and you see the golf driving range ahead, on your right hand side. 

Drive further, keeping left. You will see Block 1003
ahead and the Golf driving range on the right hand side. Do not drive into the car park lot straight ahead.


Keep left, turn left and you will see Block 1002. Drive to the end of the block and Toa Payoh Vets is on the ground floor.
 
BUS No.238 from Toa Payoh MRT (subway) at the HDB Hub. Tell the driver to stop opposite the Hindu temple in Lorong 8 and walk towards Block 1002, a 7-storey industrial block to the left of the Hindu temple.

It takes about 3 minutes to walk to the Surgery.
 
CONVENIENT AND "FREE" CAR PARKING
Outside the surgery. Ample car park lots, especially on Sundays and public holidays. The advantage of visiting Toa Payoh Vets is that you need not walk more than 1 second to the surgery.  Car parking is "free" in 2015 as traffic wardens  patrol occasionally, usually twice in a month.
 
TAXIS
Singapore's taxi drivers are worried about pets vomiting and soiling their taxis and are known to reject pet owners.  Inform taxi driver that you have a dog. 

Put your pet in  a carrier bag or wrap your pet in a big towel.  Do not carry your pet in your arms as many Singapore pet owners do, as taxi-drivers are worried about pets vomiting in the taxi. Some dogs do vomit when travelling.
 
Tel: 6254-3326, 9668-6469 or e-mail judy@toapayohvets.com if you can't find the location or have other queries.
 
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