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Piers & Boardwalks in Singapore

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  • Chelsea B
    Milton Keynes, UK1,905 contributions
    The river here resembles a carp, a sign of wealth under Chinese belief, so many shops were consequently built here and whilst the shipping may have died down over time the bustling commercial side remains. It's such a pleasant area to walk around.
    Written November 13, 2020
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  • Heng How N
    Singapore, Singapore7,437 contributions
    It was quite awhile on my last visit 5 year back. On the western side or Kelong Walk, it is now under maintenance or repair work is carrying up on the platfrom. So you can only go through Sailing Point Walk. The weather is a bit misty and also high tide. So be careful as portion of the boardwalk be will under the water.
    Take your time to enjoy the walk and all the way to Changi Village hawker center to enjoy your breakfast set.
    Written November 12, 2020
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK153,681 contributions
    This location is believed to be the spot where Sir Stamford Raffles is said to have made his landing in Singapore. It’s a nice spot on Boat Quay and is marked by a statue of the man himself. Raffles marks the spot. Not the most amazing thing in the world to see, but it's a bit of history.
    Written March 8, 2020
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  • Pradip B
    Kolkata (Calcutta), India878 contributions
    A place good for Walking, Cycling, Fishing and Skating in the Evening or early Morning. A separate stretch of Pathway for Pedestrians makes it easy for the Pedestrians to walk and enjoy the scenic beauty.
    The end of the Jetty is a nice place to watch the Sunset.
    Written February 24, 2022
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  • HaikuSy
    Philippines826 contributions
    We went here after having our dinner at the nearby hawkers area. I saw a bar nearby but the place is relatively quiet with little people; Maybe because we were there around 9PM?? Also a perfect place to view incoming planes to Changi airport.
    Written August 22, 2018
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  • kim buay p
    Singapore, Singapore11,016 contributions
    Bukit Chermin in Malay means Mirror Hill. Its name is due to the clearness of the water in the bay. It is only 28 m high.
    Admiral Sir Henry Keppel discovered the deep water anchorage in this bay and initiated the development of the New Harbour. In honour of his contributions to the area, New Harbour and New Harbour Road were renamed Keppel Harbour and Keppel Road respectively, in 1900.
    Only four black and white houses remains on Bukit Chermin. Nos 20, 22 & 24 are typical of Black & White houses built by the colonial government in the early 1900s. These feature a masonry base elevating the house from the tropical damp, with the rest of the house built with half-timbered construction.
    House No 30 is the grandest and the largest of the four existing bungalows on Bukit Chermin. it is called the Admiral's House. It is situated on Bukit Chermin promontory and looks out across to Sentosa. it dates from around 1915. It may be built as an impressive residence for the Harbour Master. The verandah on the second floor is cooled by the sea breezes and offers a commanding views over the western approaches to Keppel Harbour.
    Written March 8, 2021
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  • TheShis
    Tel Aviv, Israel34,625 contributions
    This is a lovely statue, located by the river.
    It features several men carrying goods and pays tribute to their efforts.
    Written January 10, 2021
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK153,681 contributions
    This sculptural ensemble honours the early and modern financiers, who have contributed so much to the prosperity of Singapore. 3 characters are represented. An Indian Chettier, or money lender from South India, a Chinese clerk who would’ve managed the clearinghouses for banking and a female financier dressed in modern attire. It’s an unusual subject for a sculpture, but a nice sculpture. It’s easy to locate on the western end of Anderson Bridge, on Boat Quay.
    Written March 8, 2020
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