keane-chua-1119758-unsplash.jpg

Heritage Trails: Landmarks of Singapore

Embark on the well-loved heritage trails and experience for yourself the untold stories behind the landmarks of Singapore where the locals create a vribrant environment today.

amk.jpeg
Ang Mo Kio

A family-friendly residential town situated in the North-East of Singapore that creates live, work, play and learn” environment.

tph.png
Toa Payoh

Singapore’s second-ever satellite town, this land of food paradise is home to an extensive & notorious largest crime syndicates.

orchard singapore.jpeg
Orchard

From an unnamed road home to pepper farms and nutmeg plantations, to one of the busiest streets in the whole nation.

queenstown.png
Queenstown

Regarded as the “Pioneer Town,” Queenstown is the oldest estate in Singapore having many “first-of-a-kind" buildings.

Bukit Timah.jpeg
Bukit Timah

One of the areas that witnessed the Japanese invasion during World War II, and was also where the British surrendered to the Japanese Occupation.

jurong railway.jpeg
Jurong

From crocodile-infested rivers, mangrove swamps, and farms, little to no one living in it to the largest residential area in Singapore today.

Sembawang-hot-spring-1947-e1629301701706.png
Sembawang

A core region for the British Empire, using the place as a military hub; a major naval base, and industrial and recreational facilities back in the 1900s.

Singapore River.jpeg

NOW & THEN SINGAPORE

Yusof Ishak.jpeg

FOREFATHERS OF SINGAPORE