This set of 4 postcards feature four locations in Singapore
Ann Siang Hill is a quaint and charming shophouse located near Chinatown, the place is named after Chia Ann Siang, a wealthy Chinese saw-miller in the 1800s. This attraction situates along a small stretch of road in Chinatown, flaunting its array of refurbished shophouses. The street was formerly a place where many locals conjugate and share their cultures into the mix of Singapore’s cultural diversity.
Singapore River is the heart of the city. Originally, the entrance to the river was once the Port of Singapore. Throughout the history of Singapore, the river is where all the hustle and bustle of the city revolves around.
Chinatown Singapore is where Chinese immigrants used to stay when the first arrived in Singapore. The streets were filled with vibrancy and the hawkers selling fresh produce. Now, Chinatown has many temples and mosques for worship. These religious sites are placed beside one another such as the Sri Mariamman temple, Buddha tooth relic temple and the more well known Thian Hock Kheng temple.
Bugis Street is a popular night place from the 1950s to 1980s and is a favourite haunt for the tourist and sailors.