Kranji War Memorial
The Karnji War Memorial honours the men from Australia, Britain, Canada, India, Malaya, New Zealand, the Netherlands and Sri Lanka who lost their lives in World War II.
Kranji War Memorial is dedicated to the men and women all over the world who died defending Singapore from the Japanese in World War II. With a heavy air of dignity and pride, the graves of 4,458 allied servicemen lie in neat rows on the green pastures. If you ever want to take a moment to thank…
The Kranji War Memorial in Singapore honours the men and women from the Commonwealth who died in the line of duty during World War II.
“Geylang’s Ho Kee is within walking distance from Aljunied MRT Station and the entire eatery is open-air and often very humid. If you feel Singapore's weather is great, you haven't stayed here long enough yet. :p Their service crew are a common reflection of Singapore’s F&B industry. Comprising of mostly Chinese nationals and Chinese Malaysians but they are very polite and willing to attend to our table needs.”
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“Fatboy's, one of the most popular burger joints in Singapore. You can go for this, after the TreeTop Walk.”
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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.”