7 Cancelled Attractions That Would Have Changed The Face of Singapore

In 2017, 17.4 million international tourists visited Singapore. To put this in perspective, that is 3 times the size of Singapore’s population.

This didn’t happen naturally. Singapore’s tourism industry has always been shaped by deliberate government actions and policies. While some of these actions physically manifest in projects like the Gardens by the Bay, others don’t see the light of day.

Click on the continue button to be taken on an interactive journey to these forgotten attractions.

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