Take a walk in Esplanade Park and become part of a Singapore tradition. Built in 1943 and renovated in 1991, the Park is home to many of Singapore's most cherished monuments and landmarks, including the Indian National Army Monument, Singapore's Cenotaph (an empty tomb commemorating those whose remains are elsewhere), and the Tan Kim Seng Fountain. Take a stroll along the Queen Elizabeth Walk, a promenade designed specifically for walkers, or venture over to the historic Connaught Drive, bounding the Park. Find yourself here in late winter and you may get to witness the Singapore River Hong Bao Festival, celebrating the Chinese New Year.
Lim Bo Seng Memorial
Indian National Army Monument
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National Kitchen by Violet Oon at National Gallery Singapore