The Singapore-Johor Causeway is a road and rail link that connects Woodlands at the northern part of Singapore to Johor Bahru at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. The Causeway’s official opening ceremony was held in Johor Bahru on 28 June 1924.


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Thian Hock Keng, at 158 Telok Ayer Street, is Singapore’s oldest Chinese temple and is recognised as the most important temple of the local Hokkien community. Designed and built by skilled craftsmen from China according to Chinese temple architectural traditions, it was completed in 1842. The temple was gazetted as a national monument on 28 June 1973.



St. Andrew's Cathedral, next to City Hall MRT station, is an Anglican Cathedral named after the patron saint of Scotland, it is the oldest Anglican house of worship in Singapore and was gazetted as a national monument on 28 June 1973. It was designed by Lieutenant-Colonel Ronald MacPherson, with the construction carried out entirely by Indian convict labourers. The church was struck by lightning twice and fell into disrepair, by 1852 it was deemed unsafe to make way for the present building.



Yueh Hai Ching Temple is one of Singapore's oldest Teochew temples built by Teochew traders and sailors to thank the gods for their safety at sea. Located at 30B Philip Street, Singapore 048696. It was built in 1826 and was gazetted as a national monument on 28 June 1996. It has been maintained by Ngee Ann Kongsi since 1845.



The Singapore Sports Hub is a sports complex located in Kallang, Singapore. It is built on the site of the original National Stadium, for which demolition began on 29 September 2010. Construction on the Singapore Sports Hub began in 2011, with the foundations laid in February 2011. The new National Stadium opened on 28 June 2014.