The Kranji Martyrs Monument is a place worth visiting, especially for those who like military, history, and World War II. This is to commemorate the heroes who sacrificed for freedom and liberation all over the world.
The Kranji Martyrs Monument was built during the Second World War. It is backed by mountains and faces the sea. The white tower, the towering white stone cross, the list of soldiers killed in the monument wall is inscribed, the white tombstones are neatly arranged, very solemn, the two presidents of Singapore also lie there, and from time to time you will see white flowers in hand to remember The tourists are very heavy.
For anyone interested in British colonial history or World War II, the Kranji Martyrs Monument is a place to spend time. Divided into two main areas, the Commonwealth War Cemetery and civilians, most of them were victims of Japanese invasion.
The Kranji Martyrs Memorial is located on Woodland Road in the north of Singapore. It is a war memorial for those who died during World War II. It represents the three branches of military service. Monuments include war graves, memorial walls and cemeteries. It is worth visiting this place on the trip to Singapore.
good place reminds us of what we been through
The Kranji Memorial to the Fallen Soldiers was built to commemorate the warriors from Britain, Australia, Canada, Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia, the Netherlands and New Zealand who sacrificed their lives for freedom in World War II.
Because I have been to the Arlington Cemetery in the United States recently, it is also a place of the same type, so I want to take a look. There were only two of us at the time, it was a neat and comfortable place. Those are foreigners, and no relatives or friends will come to see them, but they are taken care of by someone and planted flowers, giving people a very peaceful and peaceful feeling. It's near the Sungai Valley Wetland.