The monument construction has a sense of art. It can be seen from a long distance. The place with historical significance is worth visiting. The monument is very large and can be seen from a long distance. When we get here, we will naturally have a solemn and solemn feeling.
The Singapore Peace Monument is a memorial to Singapore's fallen soldiers during World War II. It is located in the middle of the memorial park on Raffles and Beach Road. Near the Raffles Hotel, you can see the tall white Memorial Hall many blocks away, and it also lights up at night.
The Singapore Peace Monument was built to commemorate civilians who died during the Japanese occupation during World War II. The four pillars symbolize the four major groups of Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians who died during the period. The memorial is only a few steps away from the Coastal Art Center. The memorial is built in a tomb chamber, which includes excavations from mass graves found throughout the city. The wreckage.