NEX Atrium, Level 1
18 Jul 2014 – 27 Jul 2014
Lighthouses have traditionally been a beacon of light, direction and often, serve as hope to weary travellers and mariners. From the mid-19th century, the East India Company started constructing these towers to guide and warn seafarers through the rocky straits surrounding the Singapore island. We take a closer look at these intriguing structures, including the Raffles Lighthouse (1885); and Sultan Shoal Lighthouse (1896) and older lighthouses – now decommissioned – such as the Fullerton Lighthouse and the Fort Canning beacon.
**This event is part of the Singapore HeritageFest, organised by the National Heritage Board. For more info:
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