The memorial, about 20 meters high, is situated near the Coastal Art Center, facing the Old Parliament Building. It was built to commemorate 124 Singaporeans who died in World War I. The memorial to the victims of World War II (1939-1945) was later inscribed on the back. It was inscribed in four languages (English, Malay, Chinese, Tamil) - "Their sacrifices have saved our lives. " We saw the monument here and searched the name and significance of the monument on the internet.
Not far from St. Andrey's Church, you can see that there are many attractions around.
The monument is not particularly tall and the surrounding environment is good.
Free and open monument scenic spots, beside the lawn of the city government, look like white chopsticks from afar, set up very eye-catching.
It's a good place to find. It's a little memorable. Encourage yourself to refuel!
Free and open monuments and scenic spots are somewhat like chopsticks from a distance, or rather intact.
The scenery is good. You can go and look at it and remember history.