National monuments in Singapore, gazetted by the National Heritage Board, hold special historic, traditional, archaeological, architectural or artistic value.
While you’ll find good doses of Singapore’s heritage in the city’s museums and ethnic enclaves, the lesser-known side of Singapore’s story is told through these national monuments, hidden in the heartlands and in far-flung corners.
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By Muneerah Bee and Pinky Chng, last updated October 2017
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