This is a memorial to those killed at war. It’s located in the downtown area of Singapore near the JW Marriott. It’s worth stopping by to read up on the war and its significance. The park is clean and welcoming.
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This is a memorial to the fallen citizens in Singapore from World War 2. It is in the middle of Memorial Park off of Raffles and Beach Road, just near the Reffles Hotel and now the JW Marriott Hotel. The park had many locals just...More
when there is a war, everyone suffers. during that time when we did not really have a strong military base, the civilians had to step in to protect their home. interesting to note that the trees / plants here are specially selected to be planted....More
Review by Dr Sim. A distinctive tall memorial in Singapore. A must for Tourist to take a selfie or photo. Regards Dr Sim
Although the monument is right in the city area, due to the fact it's surrounded by a good sized park area it is quite a serene and reverent place. It serves as a good reminder of sacrifices made during war time and it is impeccably...More
We walked through this garden most days as it was between our hotel and the Bay Area and it was a good reminder of the senselessness of war. Singapore civilians suffered badly at the hand of the Japanese in world war 2, not because of...More
We stopped to admire this majestic memorial on our first night in town. It is lovely, lit up in the evening. Each of the common local languages are represented on the memorial. There are benches nearby from which you may sit and admire or reminisce.
This is a somber monument located in the middle of a green park. While the context of the memorial is sad, many locals use the park for picnics, other than paying their respects.