Thian Hock Keng 天福宮

Thian Hock Keng 天福宮

Conservation of Thian Hock Keng at 158 Telok Ayer Street 天福宮 Thian Hock Keng is not only a living-monument and architectural masterpiece but also an important stakeholder in Singapore’s history from the 1800s. The temple was built in 1839 with traditional southern Chinese architectural style. The entire structure was assembled without nails. It is an architectural masterpiece of stone, tiles and wood, carvings of dragons and phoenixes, intricate sculptures and imposing columns. Thian Hock Keng which is managed by Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan was gazetted as a national monument in 28 June...
19 Burnfoot Terrace

19 Burnfoot Terrace

19 Burnfoot Terrace 2014-01-10 10.15.212014-01-10 10.37.102014-01-10 11.00.372014-01-10 11.16.482014-01-10 11.35.182014-01-10 12.03.472014-01-10 12.23.122014-01-10 12.44.452014-01-10 12.51.592014-01-10 13.02.152014-01-10...
7 Gallop Road

7 Gallop Road

Conservation of 7 Gallop Road 7 Gallop Road – was named “Inverturret” which evokes the rivers and streams of the Scottish highlands. The property adopts the style of the English Victorian house. It was built in 1902....
5 Gallop Road

5 Gallop Road

Conservation of 5 Gallop Road 5 Gallop Road – was named “Atbara” after a river in the Sudan where the British won a historic battle the year the house was completed. The property adopts the style of the English Victorian house. It was built in 1898....