Reflections at Bukit Chandu, Singapore
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I recall being told that there used to be an opium factory or processing facility of some kind. However, today this spot is known more for the last stand (Battle at Pasir Panjang) made by the Malay Re... read more »
Took my parents to visit this exhibit. You can park fairly close to the museum which is located up a steep hill. Lots of interesting information about WW2 and the battle that took place there. Great i... read more »
One of the best small scale museums I have visited. Gives a detailed, fascinating and very affecting account of the last battle for Singapore. A beautiful and peaceful setting on the Kent Ridge, so di... read more »
Fact:the Malay regiment fought bravely in this battle but died. They never stripped their uniforms when told to by the Japanese commander Yamashite, they also never begged for mercy at all.
Cheng Hsiang Cheong
Surprisingly thrilling account of the Japanese invasion into Singapore and the lifes affected by war.
Quite place for reflecting. Lots of mosquitoes though.
A fairly hidden place that perfectly builds the ambience of the Bukit Chandu battle - a must.
A nice but well hidden bungalow house to spend an learning hr with kids. The museum hosts legacy of WWII at the actual site where hundred of soldiers lost their life's at the fight at the ridge when countered the Japs force.
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