Rochor Canal As A Historic Waterway

Rochor Canal Road The Rochor Canal was once an integral part of Singapore’s waterway system, helping to move goods and people around the island. Today, the canal is a popular tourist attraction, offering visitors a glimpse into Singapore’s past. With its narrow streets and traditional architecture, the Rochor Canal district is a unique place to … Read more

Cattle Trade And Street Names In Little India

The Little India History Did you know that Little India was once a major cattle trade center in Singapore?  Street names are not just geographical markers; they have greater significance. Aside from directing us to places, signs also relay a community’s history and tell stories of what the area was like long before we arrived. … Read more

The Merlion Sculptor

Lim Nang Seng – The man behind Merlion Sculptor We’ve seen it on postcards, T-shirts, and chocolates, but who sculpted the original Merlion? Known as one of the top few tourist hotspots in Singapore, the Merlion serves as one of the foundational factors allowing singapore to develop tourism as an economic sector. The Merlion was created in … Read more

The Legacy Of Lee Kuan Yew

Lee Kuan Yew’s success: Singapore Lee Kuan Yew was Singapore’s first Prime Minister, and he is credited with helping to turn Singapore into one of the most prosperous countries in the world. After his death in 2015, Lee left behind a legacy that is still being felt today. In this blog post, we will take … Read more

55 Years Of The Housing And Development Board

Housing and Development Board Singapore History The Housing and Development Board (HDB) was officially established as Singapore’s public housing authority. Over the past 55 years, HDB has developed more than 1 million homes throughout the country, serving as an essential pillar of Singapore’s economy and society. In this time, HDB has evolved to meet the … Read more