Once a Malay floating fish village, Tanjong Pagar is now a district with rich historical architecture, fusing modern ... More
Once a Malay floating fish village, Tanjong Pagar is now a district with rich historical architecture, fusing modern skyscrapers with beautifully restored shop houses built between 1870 and 1940. The earlier houses are of Chinese design with low, squat proportions and minimal ornamentation, while later ones combined colonial and ethnic elements such as Chinese panel frescoes and Malay timber fretwork. A significant portion of Tanjong Pagar has escaped the demolition ball, including the Jinrickisha Station and more than 200 shop houses. After dusk, the area is mostly deserted, apart from nightclubs, bars and eateries operating late into the night.
Nestled amidst lush greenery on the resort island of Sentosa, this club offers golfers two putting greens to choose from,
the 18 hole par 71 Tanjong course and the 18 hole Serapong course. Visitors (non members) are allowed to ...
This is one of Singapore's fantastic exhibitions of classical Chinese art. Established in 1975, Tzen Gallery specializes mainly in famous
19th century Chinese paintings and works from contemporary masters in China and the South east Asian region. Displayed in ...
The first Siamese King ever to tread on foreign grounds was King Chulalongkorn and his choice of destination, Singapore. Soon
after his eight day visit in 1871, the King conferred to the State this bronze Elephant Statue as a ...
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