Singapore River History

The Singapore River is about 3.2 Km from Kim Singh Bridge which is its source and where it flows into Marina Bay. The river stretches more than two kilometres from its source on the Kim Singh Bridge, such as the Alexandra Canal, to the intersection of Commonwealth Street. The Singapore River mouth was the ancient port of Singapore, naturally protected from the southern islands. The city of Singapore is known for growing around the port, so it became a trade centre on the mouth of the river.

Singapore River History

The Singapore River is a place where the history of the romantic and colourful river, legends and legends still reminds you of the memories of lighters, with their eyes and vision to see the danger looming and the old conquerors of the past years. That is where the Malaysian princes once sailed, and this is where the bullfights went up and down each bank where the river found its way to the mouth of the Rocky River.

Boat Docks at Singapore River

Boat dock on the banks of the Singapore River The river is still on the border with the places where seafarers and others, for example, near Raffles Landing Place, burned their sticks and set up the offerings. The Poles, who used to fly once to tie the sandals, used the water to fill the stones and the old stone walls.

Due to lack of knowledge or foresight, bridges were built very low, and the river was too shallow for demands that would have been used in their use. This historic river, formed by Raffles from the marshes, sand, and mangroves, witnessed British rule and Japanese occupation, supporting years of economic activity by Chinese, Indians, and Malaysians.

Clark Quay along the banks of the Singapore River

There was heavy traffic in 1819 on the site due to rapid urbanization and trade expansion. At the same time, water pollution caused by the elimination of garbage, drainage and other by-products of industries located along the banks of the river. The origin of water pollution in the Singapore River included waste from duck and pig farms, street vendors and vegetable vendors. Despite that, you can find important activities such as transportation, ship repair, and construction along the Singapore River.

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