Now & Then Singapore
Explore the beautiful transformation of these historical places in Singapore which has seen the country transit from Third World to First.
House of Tan Teng
Learn the beautiful story of this colourful, one-of-a-kind and last-surviving Chinese villa in Little India, Singapore.
Singapore made it to the Guinness Book of Records in 1966. Curious what record this is?
From being one of the top Amusement Parks in Singapore, it is now a shopping mall, office and service apartment.
Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple
Surviving through WWII, this temple has a rich history to it. Click to read more and understand this historical place.
A sunny island in Singapore that offers a variety of attractions, museums, and other facilities. Have you ever wondered what Sentosa looks like before her transformation?
Changi Terminal 1 Open Carpark
Bet you cannot find this car park anymore! It has been torn down and replaced by an iconic landmark in Singapore. Wonder what it is?
The 3.2 km long waterway has existed since the 14th century and has experienced major events and transformations in Singapore. If the Singapore River could speak, what stories might it tell?