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A pool has been creatively inserted at The Great Madras.

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The original spiral staircase in Jurong Town Hall has been retained and restored.

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Main doorway with 1950s mosaic tiles and metal-grille gate have been restored at the Khong Guan Building.

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Former SIT flats transformed into The Great Madras.

Back To Our Roots

The Architectural Heritage Season takes visitors back to the past.
Nov 16, 2018 5:50 AM

What do the Jurong Town Hall, The Great Madras hotel in Little India and the Khong Guan Building at 2 Mactaggart Road have in common?

They are all recipients of this year’s Architectural Heritage Awards (AHA), handed out by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). The annual awards, which

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