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Les plus beaux monuments recommandés par les habitants de la région

Jardin
“Supertree light show is fantastic . It reminds me of the movie, Avatar. Free entry and the show starts @ 19:45pm and 20:45pm daily ”
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Outdoor Sculpture
“walking distance, 10-15mins only, it is a must to go, great for day time and night time. stunning view at night, watch Foundtain show along the melion park at night, or hang around the one fullerton area”
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“Sitting on top of Opium Hill is this memorial to the 1,400 soldiers of the Malay regiment who made their stand against 13,000 Japanese soldiers in 1942. The black and white colonial bungalow contains artefacts, exhibits and multi-media to encourage you to contemplate the nation's war experience and discover how far Singapore has come as a nation.”
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Temple
“Built in the 1880s, this Hindu "glass" temple sits in JB's "Little India" with flower stalls, restaurants, music shops, barbers, etc. ”
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Parc
“Early morning walks or evening strolls. Choice of places for food and drinks.”
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“Most favourite place in Southeast Asia region for all around the world guest. ”
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Pont
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Église
“Singapore’s Church of Our Lady of Lourdes is an impressive neo-Gothic Catholic Church, which is modelled on the Lourdes (France) church with the same name. Inside the Church is a grotto (cave) with statues of Our Lady appearing to Saint Bernadette. Opened in 1888, Church of Our Lady of Lourdes is the first Tamil Catholic church in Singapore. It bears a resemblance to “San Thome Basilica” in Chennai, which was also built around the same time (1893). After visiting this church, I understood the magnificence of Gothic architecture, to allow light into the building as there was no electric lighting then.”
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