The Peace Monument is a landmark building in Singapore. There are a lot of plants here, which attracts many tourists. It is also a place of historical significance. The natural landscape is also good.
This is built to mourn the civilians who lost their lives during the Japanese occupation of Singapore. Every February 15th, a memorial service will be held here. The monument is very simple and consists of four white cone-shaped stone pillars, so it is also called four Chopsticks, each root represents a different race, surrounded by green plants, there is a pool of clear water in front, and the surrounding area is quite empty, you don’t need to look specifically at it. You can see it when you pass by a car, and you don’t know the history. It will feel very boring.
This is a fairly simple monument consisting of four pillars, each 65 meters high, to commemorate the civilian victims of Japan during World War II and the four main races of Singapore-Malay, Chinese, Indian and Eurasian. The memorial is built on a burial chamber, which contains the remains excavated from the mass graves found throughout the city. The area has been carefully maintained. This is an iconic landmark called "chopsticks" by the locals. A beautiful monument built for the innocent citizens who lost their lives during the Japanese occupation of Singapore. This monument is called the Four Chopsticks locally. It is a very suitable monument, simple and low-key, but well maintained, "lest we forget."
The Singapore Peace Memorial was built on February 15, 1967 to commemorate the civilians who were slaughtered during the Japanese occupation of Singapore during World War II. The Peace Monument is located in a memorial park on the seashore. It consists of four 70-meter-shaped white cone-shaped stone pillars, representing the four local cultures. Every year when the monument is completed, people come here to mourn. Now that skyscrapers have been built around the monument, the former towering monument seems to be short, but the white column is even more unique.
The Singapore Peace Monument is a historical building that cherishes the memory of history, complains of war, and prays for peace. The monument is located in the center of the city, adjacent to many important landscapes, which can be viewed together. This is a solemn and solemn place, one can't help but be in awe, and every visitor who comes to watch is pious.
The towering monument is to commemorate the experiences and sacrifices of the people of all ethnic groups in Singapore during World War II, and also to remember the people who died during the Japanese occupation of Singapore. On the east side of the government building pasture, you will see a monument composed of four stone pillars of similar size and structure. The monument is more than 60 meters high and symbolizes the common suffering experienced by the four major races of Singapore-Malays, Chinese, Indians and Eurasians, as well as those who died and were buried there.