Another Heritage part of Singapore Is KALLANG. It is one of the most good place that you may visits as it is one the Trading Hub in Singapore. It has a rich History such sporting achievements and through the 18 heritage markers, artifacts, architecture and new artworks.
Kallang is now known as A Sports, Arts and Heritage Trail that were presented by our Singapore Sports Hub which known to be the Kallang Stadium before its was renovated.
There are a total 3 Trails for you to explore and enjoy. they are The Waterfront Trail, The Stadium Trail and The Park Trail. Each trail tells the Kallang story by highlighting prominent landmarks in the area, both past and present. There's something for the art critic in you too. You will be able to spot artworks such as 14 uniquely designed repurposed benches made from timber seats of the Old National Stadium.
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TRAIL
18 markers take visitors through The Kallang Story: A Sports, Arts and Heritage Trail:
You can explore the 18 markers as one whole, or in three separate smaller walking trails - The Waterfront Trail, The Stadium Trail and The Park Trail. Each of the trails tells the Kallang story by highlighting prominent landmarks in the area, both past and present
The Waterfront Trailfaces the Kallang Basin, a body of water with a rich history going back at least 400 years and reveals the riverine communities who once called this area home, the traditional industries that contributed lasting place names, and the legacy of water sports
The Stadium Trail explores the grounds of the National Stadium and covers major architectural icons which played key roles in sports, politics, energy, aviation and entertainment in Singapore.
The Park Trail ventures into the former grounds of Kallang Park, journeys through memories of the old Wonderland Amusement Park and ending in front of the Singapore Indoor Stadium
The Merdeka Lions:
The Merdeka Lions now sited at Stadium Roar, facing the Kallang Basin, are replicas of the original artifacts that were initially commissioned by the Public Works Department (renamed ‘CPD Corporation’) as part of the Merdeka Bridge that was built in 1955. With the widening of Nicoll Highway, the sculptures were then moved to Kallang Park, before being shifted to The SAFTI Military
Embark on a journey to uncover a Singaporean story through the heritage of Kallang. So if you have no idea of where to keep yourself fit by exercising, why not try exercise your mind, body and spirit as you walk the 3km outdoor heritage trail which is approximately 4000 steps
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08 December 2020
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