Discover the fascinating story of Singapore during WWII and the Japanese attack that would later lead to its occupation. Get a hands-on and in-depth look at the country’s torrid history with a visit to the most significant wartime locations, including the Labrador Nature Reserve, Reflections at Bukit Changdu, and the Changi Chapel and Museum.
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Discover the fascinating story of the WWII Japanese attack and subsequent occupation of Singapore. Set off first to the Labrador Nature Reserve, a location that served as the location for British defense posts to protect the harbour. Get an up-close and personal look at the artillery guns and war relics that remain in this historic spot before heading to the nearby Reflections at Bukit Changdu – a restored colonial bungalow close to the site of the Battle of Pasir Panjang - that now serves as a monument to the second world war.
Wander through the 1941 factory that was the first of its kind in Southeast Asia, and hear the story of how the British surrendered Singapore to Japanese forces in this very location. Finally, journey to the Changi Chapel and Museum, where hundreds of photographs and letters tell the story of the Prisoners-of-War that were held at the Changi Prison.