Rows of Australian graves in the Kranji War Memorial, on the north side of Singapore. These soldiers served protecting the Malay peninsula during the second world war. The memorial is looked after by the Commonwealth War Graves commission.
The Kranji War Memorial is on the north side of the island of Singapore, closer to Johor Bahru (JB) in Malaysia than to the ‘Downtown Core’ area of Singapore. But that’s not saying much: the island is only about eight miles north–south. Here the high-rise buildings of downtown Singapore are seen from the wet hill of the Commonwealth war graveyard.
The towers downtown Singapore next to the harbour/bay. There is a stricct height restriction on buildings in Singapore so as not to interfere with flight operations at the island’s two airports, principally the major international airport, Changi.
Singapore and Hong Kong always seem to have major building projects going on. This can probably be said for all comparable metropolises (metropolês?) throughout the world, but somehow in Singapore and Hong Kong it is far more evident.