Flowing from Pierce Reservoir to Merdeka Bridge is Singapore's longest river, the Kallang River. Once the victim of ... More
Flowing from Pierce Reservoir to Merdeka Bridge is Singapore's longest river, the Kallang River. Once the victim of pollution from industrial and farming activities, the river is today a popular spot for water sports, with the Kallang Watersports Centre providing facilities for water skiing, canoeing, dragon boat racing and the like. Sunbathers and picnickers head for the beautiful sandy beaches at the Kallang Riverside Park, which is dotted with palm trees and gazebos that provide respite from the blazing sun.
It may not look much like an airport, but that was exactly what the present People's Association headquarters used to
be. After its official opening in 1937 as Singapore's first civil airport, the then Kallang Airport operated daily flights ...
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 ...
South east Asia's first philatelic museum was opened in 1995 and holds an extensive collection of local and international stamps
dating back to the 19th century. Anything related to stamps can be found here like first day covers, artwork, ...