Civic Centres in Singapore

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Civic Centres in Singapore

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  • AFAK25
    Jeddah, Saudi Arabia3,711 contributions
    I was amazed by the concept of this location, a community centre complete with a proper football stadium, restaurants and cafes, a food court, a public library, sports & recreation centre and many more in 1 building.

    The thought process behind this project is commendable, which maximises land use in a land starved city state.
    Written 9 May 2023
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  • Niraj Shah
    Mumbai, India308 contributions
    Good vibe, good food and good location.
    Does the place have a standout feature? No I didnt think so.
    But the drinks were good, the service was good and the nachos at the rooftop restaurant and almost everything we ordered in the club was very good.

    Good place to go for a chic evening.
    Written 1 April 2022
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  • Bluesphynx
    Singapore1,377 contributions
    Situated behind Singapore Conference Hall, the visitor first encounters the atrium with information on the main dialect groups in Singapore highlighting personalities such as the Hakka cook Pang Kok Keong and other illuminaries from the Hainanse, Hokkien and Cantonese communities.
    From the foyer you take the lift up to the different levels which feature Chinese cultural values such as Confucianism and their part in Singapore's development.
    The highly visual and digital emphasis is most suitable for the school groups guided by their zealous teachers. A visitor's bracelet is used to interact with the sources of information while books, pamphlets, magazines are placed in intriguing little drawers. A Singer machine invites nostalgia for older visitors!
    For me, the most delightful experience was learning about the origin of simple words like 'tu', rabbit, and 'tu ji' arising from the spitting out of offspring , all presented in cartoon form! The rooftop garden was the venue for this exhibition in the Year of the Rabbit with its highlighting of the intricacies of the Chinese language! Well done!
    Written 23 May 2023
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