S: Civic District
BC: Done by: Liu Ying ,Audrey, Hidayat,Robson Leader:Liu Ying | Thank you for listening to our presentation.
FC: P5 IPW Civic District Group 9
1: Photos where we have been...
2: Fullerton Hotel
3: It is located near the mouth of the Singapore River, in the Downtown Core of Central Area, Singapore. It was originally known as The Fullerton Building, and also as the General Post Office Building. The address is 1 Fullerton Square.
4: UOB Building 1&2
5: UOB Plaza One is one of the three tallest in the city, sharing the title with the OUB Central and Republic Plaza. UOB Plaza Two is the shorter and older building with construction completed in 1973 and later renovated in 1995 with a similar facade as UOB Plaza One.
6: Stamford Raffles Landing Site
7: The Raffles' Landing Site is the location where tradition holds that Sir Stamford Raffles landed in on 29 January 1819. The site is located at Boat Quay within the Civic District, in the Downtown Core of the Central Area, Singapore's central business district.
8: The Kampung Boys
9: The bronze sculpture located along the Singapore River show 5 kampung boys jumping into the river for a swim. This sculpture captures the simple and happy lifestyle of people once living along the Singapore river.
10: Bird | The strong big bird in Boat Quay symbolises great desire for peace, serenity, joy and optimism. These are the characters of the people living along the Singapore River.
11: The River Merchants | The bronze sculpture located at the original site of Mr. Johnston's godown shows how Mr. Alexander Laurie Johnston interacted with the local merchants.
12: From Chettiars To Fiananciers | This sculpture comprises a Chettiar, an employee of a Chinese clearing house and a modern day female Simex trader. It shows the transformation of Singapore's financial sector from traditional money lending in the early days to the sophisticated banking services provided by financial institutions today.
13: Boat Quay | Boat Quay is a historical quay in Singapore which is situated upstream from the mouth of the Singapore River on its southern bank. It was the busiest part of the old Port of Singapore,handling three quarters of all shipping business during the 1860s.
14: Acknowledgement | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raffles'_Landing_Site | http://www.publicart.sg/?q=Aw-Tee-Hong_The-River-Merchants
15: http://learnat.edumall.sg/learnat/slot/u101/singaporerivertrail/sec/G041_Dunman_Sec/sculptures.htm | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boat_Quay