Thursday, 24 March 2011

Activities along Singapore River

During the early days, the Singapore River was a place where traders would come to trade their goods, it was a business area. In the modern day, the Singapore River is a tourist attraction. There are many boats passing through at different intervals of the day. Along the river, there are many food stalls that sell local food, this is to allow tourists to have a taste of what we eat here in Singapore. Nowadays, the Singapore River is not only visited by tourists, it is also visited by schools. We saw a school there crowding around the statue of Sir Stamford Raffles. Their teaching was teaching them and explaining to them about the history of Singapore River.

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