Heritage tour of war depot to mark Battle of Singapore

Friday, 7 February 2014

The Straits Times

It was reported that a new heritage tour of the Woodlands North Depot, a former fuel reserve depot used by the British Royal Air Force and the Japanese during World War II, called the “Marsiling Tunnels Tour” was launched by the National Heritage Board to commemorate the Battle of Singapore. For the first time, the NUS History Society will be conducting its popular Tales From The Opium Hill Tours at night. The two ­hour ­long tour will lead participants along the Kent Ridge trail and up Bukit Chandu to recreate the heroic deeds of one of Singapore’s war heroes, Second Lieutenant Adnan Saidi, who died in battle.

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