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Yeah! It's time for you to explore the actual life of people in Singapore, there are many unknown places for local people to visit in Singapore. As Singapore is developing quickly, you may not be able to visit these important places in the future, only you can see the skyscrapers. So plan your journey to Singapore, Here is the guide to visit the important places.

Bukit Brown Cemetery
The Bukit Brown Cemetery is a place where nearly 1,00,000 tombs can be graved as it has 0.86 square kilometers. This cemetery was opened in the year 1922, by Singapore Municipal Council. Many Singapore's colonists were buried here. The cemetery was named after a British trader who had arrived in Singapore in 1840 and developed his business here. Along with the Singapore pioneers, many Chinese pioneers were also buried in this cemetery. Local people have made many efforts to save this cemetery from redevelopment. As the tombs belong to the pioneers of China and Singapore, one can see the China's style tombs in this cemetery. The first body in this cemetery was of She Ong Cemetery, followed by three businessmen in the year 1872. Currently , there are two shelters in the cemetery. In the developmental scheme the Land Transport Authority, planned to construct a road, with that nearly 5000 tombs will be affected. So all the locals are trying to save Bukit Brown Cemetery. Visit this site before it is disturbed. The cemetery is of 2km West to the entrance. It is the time for the local people to pay their homage to the ancestors, and let their soul rest in peace.
Kampong Lorong Buangkok
The Kampong (village) was established in the year 1956. The last surviving village on the mainland in Singapore is Kampong Lorong Buangkok. This Kampong was near Gerald Drive, this village have less than 30 families, with mixed Malaysians and Chinese. There is no proper road connectivity to this Kampong. The roads are made of dirt and wood with zinc roofs. There is a big canal in this Kampong, where the children play and fish most of the time. The residents of this Kampong have to pay a small amount, which is not more than $30 to the owner of the land. The Kampong Lorong Buangkok received water and electricity facility before Singapore independence, in the year 1963. Now a part of urbanization in Singapore, that the little Kampong is going to remodel its original shape. This is not a confirmed news, but we all hope it must a roamer. Pray to save that small Kampong from remodeling. Just spare some time to visit that village and enjoy the natural beauties.
Watch Singapore's Green, Seenery
To Watch the green scenery, just board a railway line which is of 23 km long, runs from Tanjong Pagar to Woodland. The route is surrounded by green carpets and beautiful natural sceneries. The grassroots movement is now planning to develop this grassy train line into a public place. Is it correct? Will you agree to that? Changing a green corridor is nothing but changing our lifestyle.
TreeTop Walk
TreeTop Walk has free-standing 250-metre suspension bridge known for its scenic nature views of the surrounding forest and is accessed by hiking trails. It's both beautiful and a refreshing change from the city modern life but take note, it's quite big and can be tricky to find your way around. Be prepared to get a little lost as there are a few routes to choose from. It is located in the central area of Singapore, just off Thomson Road, and is super popular among nature lovers.
Sembawang Hot Springs
A pioneer, Chinese merchant, discovered the hot springs in the year 1909. These hot springs were in the pioneer's pineapple estate in Sembawang. Here, all the three springs were combined and, thinking that all the water will be in one area. There is a well near the springs, where the locals popularly used for the healing powers. The village became popular and considered as the “ Village of Hot Water”. Many firms came forward and started mineral water plants near this site. One more obstacle this site faced is that the Japanese military acquired the site and started a thermal baths recreational center. Yeah, the gamblers have a belief that before starting the horse races if they take a bath in these springs, the luck favors them. Many plans towards the redevelopment of hot springs, but remained unmaterialized. Locals have to realize and approach the necessary authorities to save the hot springs.
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