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A Military History of Singapore’s Pillboxes

A pillbox is a small concrete fort that is built partially underground. Forming the first line of defence, pillboxes were normally located near the coastline, providing protection to soldiers who aim and fire at the enemy ships and troops attempting … Continue reading

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A Siglap Tale of Kee Sun Avenue and Seaside Villa

Kee Sun Avenue today is a small quiet road leading to private semi-detached houses located between Upper Changi Coast Road and Marine Parade Road. Almost a hundred years ago, this was home to an exquisite seaside villa owned by local … Continue reading

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