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The East Coast of Singapore

Malay fishermen use this traditional trap, known as a kelong, to lure their catch
into a net submerged beneath the structure.
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The eastern region of Singapore used to be considered the rural area of the country. Lush greenery clothed most if the landscape, dotted with Malay villages on stilts shaded by coconut palms and fruits trees. Today, the east coast has taken on a different character after a major facelift involving land reclamation and development schemes. The villages have been replaced by low-cost modern HDB flats, with terraces of houses and individual villas for the more well-heeled.Reclaimed land forms most of the East Coast Parkway which is lined with leisure facilities including the East Coast Recreation Centre, the East Coast Sailing Club and the Wet and Wild water park. At the eastern end of the island lie Changi Airport, the nation's ultra-modern international airport, Changi Beach and Village and Changi Prison.

Interesting Places :

changi airport beach village prison chaple / museum geylang / katong district

   
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