Quick connections to London Waterloo from this family-friendly suburb
"New Malden has an amazing selection of Korean restaurants."Christian Dickson
"The stunning period blocks in Wimbledon offer grand environments."Thomas Lebbern
"As a local, it's easy to forget how exciting it is to see Kingston's street art for the first time.."Christian Dickson
Where do New Malden locals go?
New Malden's only independent department store. It has been in the town since 1913 and is still family owned!
Submitted by Azra
One of the many authentic Korean restaurants on New Malden's High Street, which also has a takeaway service.
Submitted by Luke
A great Italian restaurant with traditional and authentic dishes - not just the usual pizza and pasta, although these are tasty too!
Submitted by Daniel
A roomy, modern pub/restaurant with a global gastro menu and a garden with its own bar and barbecue.
Submitted by Azra
One of many Korean restaurants along the High Street. Go and try their chicken teriyaki!
Submitted by Jade
The Royal Oak
I love this pub because of the fantastic garden - it's a great spot to hang out during the summer months.
Submitted by Arabella
New Malden Sports Club
Catering for everyone from 3 to 90 years old, it's a great sports club for tennis, squash, badminton and the gym. It's very social and great for the whole family.
Submitted by John
A great local near the train station. Perfect for drinks after work when you're on your way home.
Submitted by Halle
Once a police station and now a pub, The Watchman is set within a listed building.
Submitted by Jade
This cafe sells great paninis! It's the perfect place for a quick lunch to eat in or take away.
Submitted by Daniel
High quality South Indian food, fantastic service and the best value for money.
Submitted by Mano
A Sri Lankan/Indian takeaway with massive portions that is excellent value for money!
Submitted by Aidan
Why do you find New Malden a great place to live?
"I love KT3 with all my heart because it is an interesting town in its own right, within walking distance of the beautiful green areas of Richmond Park and Wimbledon Common. The busier shopping centres of Wimbledon and Kingston are just three miles away in opposite directions, with the River Thames, in both Kingston and Richmond, close by. There is a train to Waterloo 5 times an hour too."
"I love New Malden because everything is so handy. I can jump off the train from central London and in less than a 5 minute walk, pick up dinner from a full size Waitrose, Lidl or the Co-op. And because there are lots of green spaces, I often manage to fit in a trip to the playground with the kids before it's time for them to go to bed."
What do you like about New Malden?
Did you know?
"Arterberry Road in Wimbledon is a constant target for guerrilla sign writers who keep painting an "F" in front of it."
Explore New Malden
Child-friendly activities near New Malden
Tiny TunesNew Malden Library
Hide under a parachute, wave the pom poms, meet Mr Tiny, shake the maracas, dance with bubbles and sing along! As well as the all time favourite rhymes and songs, Tiny Tunes gets the little ones dancing to some of the well known pop classics! Website
Musical ExpressSindbads Soft Play Café
Fun and interactive music and movement classes for pre-schoolers! With lots of time to play the percussion instruments and a new surprise each week. Website
Baby Sensory Wimbledon - Birth to 13 monthsChrist Church Hall
Baby Sensory's award winning baby development classes are now running in your area. You and your baby will experience different sensory activities designed to support your baby's sensory development every week and you are welcome to join at any time. Baby Sensory is an extremely popular Baby Development activity and many of our classes are fully booked, it is advisable to book early. Visitors are always welcome but please call in advance to reserve your place. Website
Tiny TunesSurbiton Library Hall
Tiny Tunes provide 3 months - 5 years pay as you go Music and Dance Classes, Nursery Sessions and Parties in London, Middlesex, Surrey & Berkshire . Hide under a parachute, wave the pom poms, meet Mr Tiny, shake the maracas, dance with bubbles and sing along! As well as the all time favourite rhymes and songs, Tiny Tunes gets the little ones dancing to some of the well known pop classics! Price: £5 per child ( £2.50 Siblings) Pay as you go so you just turn up! Website
Woodcraft FolkKingston Quaker Centre
Woodcraft Folk is the cooperative movement for children and young people. We run groups where young people meet to play games make friends and learn about big ideas from social justice to climate change through cooperative activities. Tolworth and Kingston Woodcraft Folk are now running a new children's group at Kingston Quaker Centre on Fairfield East in Kingston on Thursday evenings from 6-7.15 pm. At Woodcraft Folk we encourage every child to get involved and to feel valued. We aim to teach children independence empowerment equality and how to care for the planet. To get involved or ask any questions please contact Andy Marshall the leader of the new group on 07762 447759 or email him at Tolkingwoodcraft@gmail.com . At Tolworth And Kingston we are currently running groups for ages 6 - 9 (Elfins) and 10 - 12 (Pioneers).
About New Malden
New Malden is a town and shopping centre in the south-western London suburbs, mostly within the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames and partly in the London Borough of Merton, and is situated 9.4 miles (15.1 km) from Charing Cross. Nearby towns are Worcester Park and Surbiton. New Malden is bounded to the north by the affluent Coombe Hill and to the south and east by Raynes Park, Worcester Park and Tolworth. New Malden has its own sports centre, the Malden Centre, which includes a swimming pool, gym and community facilities. Beverley Park provides a football pitch, tennis courts, children's playground, allotments and open space.
Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- Raynes Park
- Worcester Park
- West Sutton
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