1. National Monuments are structures and buildings that possess national, historical, social and architectural merit, and are protected by the Preservation of Monuments Act.
    The Museum Roundtable (MR) comprises a collective of over 50 public and private museums, heritage galleries and unique attractions in Singapore.
    Marked Historic Sites are historically significant places associated with important events, communities or personalities.
    This section covers buildings, structures, sites and landscape features in Singapore of architectural, historical or cultural interest.



133 results found.

  • Church of St Francis of Assisi


    The Church of St Francis of Assisi was formed with the merging of the two Catholic chapels in early Jurong: Gek Poh Chapel and Taman Jurong Chapel. The church holds services in English, Mandarin, Tamil, Malayalam and Tagalog.

    Culture & Community
  • Jurong Bird Park


    One of the most-loved places in Jurong, the Jurong Bird Park is the largest avian park in the Asia Pacific region with over 400 species of birds.

    Culture & Community
  • Jurong Brickworks Industry and Dragon Kilns


    Jurong was known for its brickworks industry, which played a critical role in the construction of Singapore's public estates in the 1960s. Brickworks operated in Jurong as early as the 1920s. Thor Kwang Industry and Jalan Bahar Clay Studios currently host Singapore's last two remaining dragon kilns.

    Culture & Community
  • Masjid Hasanah


    Following the resettlement of villagers from Jurong's surrounding islands in the 1960s, Masjid Hanasah was built to replace the old saraus (small prayer houses) of the islands. With the community support, the mosque was rebuilt and reopened in 1996.

    Culture & Community
  • Tong Whye Temple

    tong whye

    Tong Whye Temple was established in 1932 by Hokkein migrants from southern Fujian in China. The migrants, who settled at the 10.5 milestone of Jurong Road, named the temple after their hometown temple in Quanzhou.

    Community & Religious, Culture & Community
  • Tuas Tua Pek Kong Temple

    tua pek kong

    This temple has its origins in the Japanese Occupation of Singapore. Following the death of 39 villagers by invading Japanese forces in 1942, a group of eight villagers founded the Tua Pek Kong temple in an attap hut in Tuas, seeking spiritual solace.

    Culture & Community
  • Nanyang University


    The creation of Nanyang University is a milestone in local and regional education, and a marker of community action. Established in 1955, Nanyang University was the first Chinese university outside of China.

    Educational, Culture & Community
  • Singapore Discovery Centre


    Begun from the idea of setting a National Defence exhibition Centre, Singapore Discovery Centre (SDC) opened in 1996, focusing on National Education to inspire a sense of confidence in the future of Singapore and in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).

    Culture & Community, Educational
  • Army Museum of Singapore


    The Army Museum of Singapore (ARMS) is situated around a serene lake in the SAFTI Military Institute compound. Opened in September 2007 to coincide with the 40th year of National Service celebrations, the museum preserves the heritage of the Singapore Army, honours the contributions and celebrates the experiences of our soldiers. The exhibition area comprises eight galleries that showcase the Army's development since its formative years.

    Culture & Community, Defence
  • Toa Payoh Sports Complex

    toa payoh sports complex

    Built in time for the 1973 SEAP Games, the Toa Payoh Sports Complex consists of a stadium, a swimming complex and a sports hall.

    Culture & Community
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. ...
  6. 13
  7. 14