The amazing James Cook University at Sims Drive

James Cook University Sims Drive Singapore

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

The captivating Kallang River from 25th floors

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Things started to change for the Kallang River when the government decided to clean up the river.

Singapore longest river used to carry lots of rubbish from various small drains or streams up.

Barriers/stoppers were made to block the rubbish, everyday the cleaners will remove the rubbish from the barriers.
With the government decided put aside $500 millions to upgrade the river and the park.

Fishes up to a foot can be seen caught.

When the $1.5 billions sports  and swimming hub, will turn the river into shoppings, hotels and entertainment centres.

With the massive development of parks, garden & observation centres around the river to enhances the living conditions and residences to enjoy the riverview. 

Many students all over singapore come to enjoy and practice their sea sports skills

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