Pampering mums: Brisk business at new confinement centres in Singapore

Bank executive Sherlyn Ler had initially booked a confinement nanny but opted for The Clover Suites instead after being impressed by its professional care standards.
Bank executive Sherlyn Ler had initially booked a confinement nanny but opted for The Clover Suites instead after being impressed by its professional care standards.ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN

SINGAPORE - When Ms Xinni Ng gave birth to her second child two years ago, she could not find a confinement centre here like the ones back home in Malaysia. She did not like the idea of a confinement nanny living with her, so her mother helped out instead.

"There is a need for some mummies to have a place to rest hassle-free and have someone take care of their baby," says Ms Ng, 34, who has another child aged four.

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