Located on a hill, Fort Canning Park is one of Singapore's most historic landmarks. It has witnessed Singapore's golden age, when Malay Kings ruled from its peak, and watched as the island transformed from a sleepy fishing village into a vibrant trading hub in the 19th century.
If you are lucky to visit Singapore in August then check out films by the fort :)
Fort Canning Park is an amazing place to stroll in middle of the nature.. the park is made on the hill and is very big.. its exits spans through the multiple locations and one needs to keep track of it else you can end up 1-2 km away from your start point. For Canning has nice benches to rest in…
A Green Reserve, for Early morning jogs, and walks, among the Historically Rich Fort Canning Park, will take your breath away, as you savour the view of Singapore from the Top of the Fort area.
Formerly Government Hill, Singapore Hill and Bukit Larangan, is a small hill about 48 metres high in the southeast portion of the island city-state of Singapore, within the Central Area that forms Singapore's central business district.
Fort Canning Park is one of Singapore's most historic landmarks. It has witnessed Singapore's golden age, when Malay Kings ruled from its peak, and watched as the island transformed from a sleepy fishing village into a vibrant trading hub in the 19th century.
“Another one of our Art Scene Icon here. Admittedly small, but its architecture dates back near the colonial days!”
“Cross the road to bugis village for lots of small stalls and market shops selling SG souvenirs and street foods! Love it ”
Grocery or Supermarket
“At Bugis Junction basement. This one's probably better in terms of variety. It's a further walk away, but if you need variety, this one has it.”
“Satay By The Bay is an award-winning establishment that blends beautifully into its lush surroundings. Features include a dining pavilion perched on an eco-pond and a drinks island replete with hanging plants. Green canopies and natural ventilation from the waterfront add to the charm, day or night. With 19 stalls serving up a variety of local hawker fare, six Satay carts each with their own flavours to choose from, and a bar and bistro corner for night owls, dining at Satay By The Bay is a truly idyllic experience. Come see what the town is talking about! ”