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Singapore's oldest bridge and its only suspension bridge, constructed in 1869, now a pedestrian walkway across the mouth of the Singapore River.
Singapore's oldest bridge and its only suspension bridge, constructed in 1869, now a pedestrian walkway across the mouth of the Singapore River. Note the original sign forbidding cattle to cross.
Cavenagh Rd, Singapore
Little India's busiest and oldest temple, dating back to 1881 — although the present structure was completed in 1986
Completed in 1869, this Malay-Indian hybrid building was once the Government House of the colony of Singapore, before being repurposed on independence as the official residence of the President
The largest dedicated photo gallery in South-East Asia, with a focus on Singaporean talent
The largest oceanarium in the world
The former HQ of the British army during World War 2, now turned into an air-conditioned museum complete with animatronic figures retelling the events of the days before surrender
Asia's tallest observation tower
Dedicated to Kuan Yin, the Goddess of Mercy
Formerly Singapore History Museum, recently refurbished from top to bottom with a new wing added
A Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Vishnu
Modern art from both Singapore and the region