The Lim Bo Seng Memorial is a dedicated tribute to Lim Bo Seng, who died during the Japanese Occupation period in 1944. He was held captive by the Japanese Secret Police in Ipoh after a spy identified him as a member of the resistance army. The Lim Bo Seng Memorial Committee, comprising representatives from the Chung King Government, was established to raise funds for a memorial. Then British Commissioner General for Southeast Asia, Malcolm MacDonald, laid the foundation stone in 1953 and then Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Loewen, Commander-in-Chief of the Far East Land Forces, unveiled the memorial on 29 June 1954.

 


 

There was an interruption of electricity supply to large parts of Singapore at 2200 hrs on 29 June 2004. The areas affected were mainly the Western areas such as Clementi, Choa Chu Kang, Bouna Vista, Jurong, Telok Blangah and Bukit Batok, and some other parts parts of Singapore such as Crawford, Jln Eunos, Aljunied, Bishan, Changi, Mandai, Marina Centre, Serangoon North and Hougang.

 


 

 

Gardens by the Bay (滨海湾花园) is a nature park spanning 101 hectares (250 acres) of reclaimed land. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden. The largest of the gardens is Bay South Garden at 54 hectares (130 acres) and was opened on 29 June 2012.