Esplanade Park was built in 1943 and redeveloped in 1991. It is located in one of the most busy areas of Singapore, and ... More
Esplanade Park was built in 1943 and redeveloped in 1991. It is located in one of the most busy areas of Singapore, and bounded by Connaught Drive, another important location. The park is visited by innumerable tourists every year and it houses many significant monuments and landmarks, like the the Indian National Army Monument site, the Cenotaph, the Queen Elizabeth Walk, which is the pedestrian promenade, the Tan KIm Seng Fountain and more. Every year, the Singapore River Hong Bao Festival, which is the Chinese New Year, is celebrated here.
The Singapore River has seen 150 years of commercial activity and has been at the heart of the growth of
an obscure fishing village to a great seaport and metropolis. A 30 minute ride on a low slung bum ...
Sitting on the waterfront at Raffles Harbor guests at this hotel can enjoy either a serene view of the harbor
or a spectacular cityscape. Nestled in the Marina Bay commercial and leisure area , the hotel is surrounded by ...
The newly remodeled museum provides a multi sensory experience designed to guide you through Singapore's evolution from a fishing village
to a cosmopolitan city. The journey begins at Four Winds of Singapore, a multimedia exhibit honoring Singapore's diversity and ...