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dynamic14 wrote a review Sep 2019
Singapore, Singapore9,877 contributions304 helpful votes
This little park is situated amidst the hustle and bustle of city life. What I like about this little oasis of greenery are the sculptural depiction of life in the 1800s with historical information provided. Lovely piece of education and an eye opener.
Date of experience: September 2019
SurfingWild wrote a review Jun 2019
Bandung, Indonesia38,769 contributions872 helpful votes
A very small park or green with bronze statues, a small bridge, tall palm trees and benches. The place is an ideal location to take a rest after shopping or eating and also great for meeting people in the city. In the surrounding area are lots of restaurants and office towers.
Date of experience: May 2019
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Oldjack wrote a review Mar 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia19,557 contributions2,146 helpful votes
This is a small well-maintained park, one of few along Talek Ayer Street.The plaque in the park , actually called Taylek Ayer Green described how the early people here were Malay fishermen who lived in houses on stilts over the water.When the British arrived in 1819 they assigned to area to the Chinese In time the area was reclaimed and Taylek Ayer street once at waters edge is now well back from the water..Worth a stroll through.…
Date of experience: March 2019
ranjanapathak wrote a review Feb 2019
Orlando, Florida1,451 contributions154 helpful votes
A very small park with some statues and historical plaques. Some benches to sit and relax. Found one artist drawing some sketches. Can spend some time and relax with some drink and eatables.
Date of experience: November 2018
Mohamed S wrote a review Aug 2018
Alexandria, Egypt879 contributions67 helpful votes
This little park is located in Telok Ayer street, right behind the Nagore Durgha Shrine. It is characterized by the well known Singapore sculpture of every day activities. It is very nice to visit if you are in the area
Date of experience: September 2017