Former Ford Factory
Time Out says
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Designated as a national monument in 2006, the first auto assembly plant in South-East Asia was also the place where British Forces surrendered Singapore to the Japanese army in 1942. It’s now a museum which, through pictorial exhibits and film documentaries, details just how residents in Singapore and Malaya lived during the Japanese Occupation.
351 Upper Bukit Timah Rd
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