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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
Telok Ayler started from the Malay fishing community of which the villagers lived on wooden huts built on stilts over the water. In 1819, with British Acquisition, it was designated the living area for the Chinese and some twenty years later it was a bustling...More
Just an extremely small park next to Thian Hock Kheng Temple.
This park maybe popular with some nearby office workers for meeting in the early evenings but not under the hot afternoon sun.
If you are going to visit Thian Hock Keng Temple this is a nice way to get there. Small but has some interesting sculptures,one, depicting the festival activities of early Chinese immigrants in Singapore and one depicting Indian Settlers delivering milk.