Memories at Old Ford Factory
Bukit Timah Nature Reserve
Singapore’s steamy heart of darkness is Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, a 163-hectare tract of undeveloped primary rainforest clinging to...
Singapore's first Olympic-sized ice rink is located on level three of youthful mall JCube. Between 9.45pm and 11.45pm on Fridays and...
A hangar-sized deep freeze chilled to a numbing -5°C, Snow City features a slope three-storeys high and 70m long, accessed via a silvery...
Dutch Colony Coffee Co.
Dutch Colony keeps the coffee cognoscenti purring with a choice of different blends and brewing techniques, from V60, Clover and...
PasarBella @ The Grandstand
Set in a racecourse grandstand, this trendy, indoor farmers' market is packed with eateries and artisanal food stalls. Tuck into al...
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Memories at Old Ford Factory information
This former Ford Motors assembly plant is most remembered as the place where the British surrendered Singapore to the Japanese on 15 February 1942. Through photographs, ration books, diaries, prisoner drawings and a large interactive map, the museum charts Singapore's three dark years of Japanese occupation during WWII. Bus 170 stops here, just after Bukit Timah Nature Reserve.