The nursing room at the National Library is on Basement 1. To gain access, you’ll have to talk to the people at the security counter near the entrance.

Amenities:

  • Long sofas at the entrance
  • Hot and cold water dispenser
  • Changing table
  • Soap and sink
  • Paper towels
  • 2 cubicles with drawn curtains:
    • Power Socket
    • Single chair
    • Small side table
Two Long Sofas at the Entrance

Two Long Sofas at the Entrance

Hot and Cold Water Dispenser, Changing Table, and Diaper Bin

Hot and Cold Water Dispenser, Changing Table, and Diaper Bin

Soap and Sink, and Paper Towels

Soap and Sink, and Paper Towels

Power Socket, Small Table, and Single Sofa in the Cubicle

Power Socket, Small Table, and Single Sofa in the Cubicle

My comments:
It was overall very clean and well maintained. I liked that access to the room was limited, that’s prolly how the place is kept clean.

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Wow, so much has changed in the past month, I haven’t had any time to update.

We are currently arranging for domestic help to care for Ardan, but until help arrives and is trained, Ardan and I are at my parents’ place Monday to Friday. It’s extremely troublesome to keep moving back and forth every weekend, but I am receiving intense infant care training from my parents. Learning so much more here than what I had learnt from our confinement nanny. Now, the next challenge is to transfer all that to our domestic helper.

Here’s a picture of happy baby.

Ardan at 12 Weeks

Ardan at 12 Weeks

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We brought Ardan for his first month vaccination on 8 September at Clementi Polyclinic. We had a good pediatrician, Dr Terence Tan from Kinder Clinic at Mount Alvernia Hospital. He told us about the government subsidised vaccination program, and recommended that we have the vaccinations done at the polyclinic instead of a private clinic. Basically most recommended vaccinations will be subsidised by the government at the polyclinics, except for Chicken Pox, Rotavirus, and Pneumococcal. Which is fine, don’t mind paying for some of the vaccinations myself if majority of them are free! :D

If any parents are concerned about waiting times at the polyclinic, don’t worry, baby vaccination queue is a separate queue from the adult patients. However, do call in to make an appointment before walking in. The doctors will do a wellness check and track the baby’s growth and milestones against the recommendations in the health booklet as well.

Ardan cried when the needle went in, but he was quickly ok after that. He’s a brave boy!

Brave Boy Post Injection

Brave Boy Post Injection

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Raffles City has 3 nursing rooms, 2 of them on B1, and 1 of them on L3. The one on L3 is the biggest.

Location 1: One of the nursing rooms on B1 is next to the washrooms beside Bangkok Jam #B1-44C.

Raffles City Basement 1

Raffles City Basement 1

Amenities:

  • Soap and sink
  • Paper towels
  • Diaper changing table
  • Diaper dispenser
  • 2 cubicles with frosted doors and locks:
    • Single sofa chair
Paper Towels, Soap, Sink, Diaper Changing Table and Diapers Dispenser

Paper Towels, Soap, Sink, Diaper Changing Table and Diapers Dispenser

Single Sofa Chair in the Cubicle

Single Sofa Chair in the Cubicle

Cubicle Frosted Glass Door

Cubicle Frosted Glass Door

Location 2: The other nursing room on B1 is next to the washrooms beside Crumpler #B1-23.

Raffles City Basement 1

Raffles City Basement 1

It is a single lockable cubicle with the following amenities:

  • Single sofa chair
  • Baby chair
  • Soap and sink
  • Power socket
Single Sofa Chair, Power Socket, and Baby Chair

Single Sofa Chair, Power Socket, and Baby Chair

Soap and Sink

Soap and Sink

Location 3: The biggest nursing room is on the 3rd floor, beside Skechers #03-06/07.

Raffles City 3rd Floor

Raffles City 3rd Floor

Amenities:

  • Two seater sofa
  • Hot and cold water dispenser
  • Soap and sink
  • Paper towels
  • Diaper changing table
  • Diaper dispenser
  • 2 cubicles with wooden doors and locks:
    • Single sofa chair
    • Baby chair
    • Small table
    • Power socket
Two Seater Sofa at the Entrance

Two Seater Sofa at the Entrance

Diaper Changing Table, Hot and Cold Water Dispenser, Soap and Sink, and Paper Towels

Diaper Changing Table, Hot and Cold Water Dispenser, Soap and Sink, and Paper Towels

Diaper Dispenser

Diaper Dispenser

Power Socket, Small Table and Single Sofa in the Cubicle

Power Socket, Small Table and Single Sofa in the Cubicle

Baby Chair in the Cubicle

Baby Chair in the Cubicle

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Didn’t bring my pump today, but decided that I would check out the nursing rooms wherever I went so I would know when to bring batteries and when not to.

Location: The nursing room in One Raffles Place is on the 4th floor, next to the washrooms beside Shou Slimming Centre #04-49/50

It is a single lockable cubicle with the following amenities:

  • Chair
  • Soap and sink
  • Diaper changing table
  • Power socket
Lockable Door

Lockable Door

Diaper Changing Area and Power Socket

Diaper Changing Area and Power Socket

Soap and Sink

Soap and Sink

My comments:
The room was generally kept really clean and dry, and seems relatively unused.

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