Posts Tagged: Heritage

Kebun Baru Bird-singing Club

The Kebun Baru Bird-singing Club facility is Singapore’s largest and possibly oldest public area where bird-collecting hobbyists from all across the island and even abroad come to listen and admire these unique prized possessions. Unlike the void deck bird corners, the

Kebun Baru Bird-singing Club

The Kebun Baru Bird-singing Club facility is Singapore’s largest and possibly oldest public area where bird-collecting hobbyists from all across the island and even abroad come to listen and admire these unique prized possessions. Unlike the void deck bird corners, the

Exploring Seletar West Farmway

Located off the main road of Jalan Kayu, Seletar West Farmway is one of the three remaining Farmways left in Singapore, the other two being Pasir Ris Farmway and Murai Farmway in Lim Chu Kang.  It was once home to

Exploring Seletar West Farmway

Located off the main road of Jalan Kayu, Seletar West Farmway is one of the three remaining Farmways left in Singapore, the other two being Pasir Ris Farmway and Murai Farmway in Lim Chu Kang.  It was once home to

Dakota Crescent

Located opposite the Old Airport Road Hawker centre, Dakota Crescent stands as one of the oldest, quietest and ultimately most charming of neighbourhoods left in Singapore. Built in 1958 by the Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT), the name Dakota was derived

Dakota Crescent

Located opposite the Old Airport Road Hawker centre, Dakota Crescent stands as one of the oldest, quietest and ultimately most charming of neighbourhoods left in Singapore. Built in 1958 by the Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT), the name Dakota was derived

Tiong Bahru: Heritage against a Modernised Vintage

By Nicholas Yeo As one of Singapore’s oldest housing estates, Tiong Bahru has developed into a much-desired enclave that pits custodial heritage against a movement that patronises  a modernised vintage. Built in the 1930’s under the Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT)

Tiong Bahru: Heritage against a Modernised Vintage

By Nicholas Yeo As one of Singapore’s oldest housing estates, Tiong Bahru has developed into a much-desired enclave that pits custodial heritage against a movement that patronises  a modernised vintage. Built in the 1930’s under the Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT)