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A precious green space in the midst of the city to mark the depredations of the civil population during the Japanese occupation of 1942-45. Four pillars for the Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian populations. Simple and dignified - take a few minutes to reflect...
This War Memorial provides a symbolic
tribute, with wording engraved into the walls and commemorative vase in between each of the four stilts at its base. Found a short distance from Marina Bay and the Fullerton Hotel, it is worth visiting to see Singapore’s tribute...More
The history of Singapore is quite sad in the period of war after the Japanese occupied Singapore with a lot of civilian suffering. This memorial is a fitting tribute to those who suffered and died during those dark days. Worth a viewing
When we were off to look at the National Gallery, we stopped a few moments to check out this war memorial. It was tastefully done, original in its structure and presentation, and had a nice explanation at the start about why they chose the trees...More
This is one of my favourite memorials in Singapore because it has great significance in Singapore's history so whenever we are in Singapore we always make the effort to visit here. Even now after seeing it so many times, I am still awed by it's...More
During the Japanese Empire's occupation of Singapore during the Pacific War (1942–1945), thousands of ethnic Chinese were killed in the Sook Ching massacre. In an effort to remove anti-Japanese elements in Singapore, Chinese men between the ages of 18 and 50 were to report to...More
One of the first things I noticed looking out of our window at the Fairmont was this beautiful memorial to the civilians killed during the 2nd world war. At night it's lite up and looks amazing just a tranquil reminder to those who lost their...More
More of a mini city than a neighbourhood in the traditional sense, the iconic Marina Bay aims to dazzle and entertain visitors of all kinds. This is the Singapore found in glossy brochures, featuring a world-class hotel, casino, shops, restaurants, bars, and other attractions all geared towards pure entertainment. The SkyPark at Marina Bay Sands provides a stunning view of the city, a must-see photo
opportunity for visitors and locals alike. The ArtScience Museum always has a top-quality exhibition, and Gardens by the Bay is a fascinating manifestation of the government’s vision of Singapore as a “city in a garden”. Enticing Marina Bay is well worth a visit.