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  • Yishun Sembawang Heritage Trail

    Yishun-Sembawang-Heritage-Trail

    Embark on the Yishun and Sembawang Heritage Trail to uncover the shared history between these two towns and discover some unique landmarks pertaining to Singapore's rich history such as Singapore's only hot spring and Asia's first cineplex, Yishun 10.

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    Culture & Community, Nature, National History, Healthcare, Defence
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  • Jurong Heritage Trail

    Jurong Railway

    The Jurong Heritage Trail is part of the National Heritage Board’s ongoing efforts in discovering our shared heritage to document and present the history and social memories of places in Singapore. Explore the story of Jurong when it was formerly covered with plantations, and to follow its transformation into Singapore’s first industrial estate.

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    Culture & Community, Nature, Defence, Science-Innovation, National History
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  • Queenstown Heritage Trail

    Colonial Terraces at Jalan Hang Jebat

    My Queenstown Heritage Trail recounts the story of Queenstown and visits the iconic landmarks which define the Queenstown skyline for the past 60 years. As the first satellite estate, the trail also tells you about the evolution of public housing in Singapore through personal stories of older residents.

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    Culture & Community, Architecture, Healthcare, National History, War, Defence
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  • World War 2 Trail

    World War 2 Trail by National Heritage Board

    The Second World War came to Malaya and Singapore on 8 December 1941, more than two years after it broke out in Europe. After the Fall of Singapore on 15 February 1942, the island was renamed Syonan-To (Light of the South) and it spent the next 3 years and 7 months under the Japanese Occupation (1942–45). The war ended in the Asia-Pacific with the signing of the Instrument of Surrender in Singapore on 12 September 1945.

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    War, National History, Defence
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