Jurong Heritage Trail

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“60 Stalls” (六十档) at Yung Sheng Road and “Market I”

Around the Jurong River

Former Jurong Drive-In Cinema

Science Centre Singapore

Jurong Town Hall

Jurong Railway

Pandan Reservoir

Jurong Hill

Jurong Port and Shipyard

SAFTI

The Origins of Peng Kang and Boon Lay, Jurong West Neighbourhood Park

Former Hong Kah Village

Nanyang University

Singapore Discovery Centre

Army Museum of Singapore

Arulmigu Murugan Temple

Chinese Garden

Japanese Garden

Church of St Francis of Assisi

Jurong Bird Park

Jurong Brickworks Industry and Dragon Kilns

Masjid Hasanah

Former Taman Jurong Camp

Tong Whye Temple

Tuas Tua Pek Kong Temple

Jurong Heritage Trail

13 loved this Trail

  1. “60 Stalls” (六十档) at Yung Sheng Road and “Market I”
  2. Around the Jurong River
  3. Former Jurong Drive-In Cinema
  4. Science Centre Singapore
  5. Jurong Town Hall
  6. Jurong Railway
  7. Pandan Reservoir
  8. Jurong Hill
  9. Jurong Port and Shipyard
  10. SAFTI
  11. The Origins of Peng Kang and Boon Lay, Jurong West Neighbourhood Park
  12. Former Hong Kah Village
  13. Nanyang University
  14. Singapore Discovery Centre
  15. Army Museum of Singapore
  16. Arulmigu Murugan Temple
  17. Chinese Garden
  18. Japanese Garden
  19. Church of St Francis of Assisi
  20. Jurong Bird Park
  21. Jurong Brickworks Industry and Dragon Kilns
  22. Masjid Hasanah
  23. Former Taman Jurong Camp
  24. Tong Whye Temple
  25. Tuas Tua Pek Kong Temple
Category
Culture & Community, Nature, Defence, Science-Innovation, National History
Organised by
National Heritage Board - Education and Community Outreach
Number of points
25

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Many would remember Jurong by the formation of Jurong Industrial Estate in the 1950s, and subsequently the operationalisation of Jurong Port in 1965, all of which gave Jurong its reputation of "an industrial town". However, this "industrial town" has more than just factories, ports and shipyards to share. It is the place where gambier planters, and spies-in-training left a mark in the town's history too. Recreational sites such as Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden and Jurong Lake remain important social spaces for Jurong's residents. This trail covers a multitude of landmarks including eating places, recreational sites, religious institutions and historical locations.