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We took a bus to the former station which is described on the map as 'Bekas Stesen KTM Singapura'. However there is no museum as the station is a construction site, which is completely boarded off and inaccessible to the public.
Much as I admire...More
Came here last year a few times with the kids on the open days. Unfortunately it seems that it is no longer open to the public. The open days were a fun opportunity for the kids to walk along the old railway lines and the...More
A modern (by early 1900’s style building that once served as the Southernmost part of Malaysia’s railway. Now, with recent political changes and transportation options, it has become an old, neglected, desolate building that looks as if forgotten from a former era. Access internally is...More
We visited on Christmas Day & the crowd is big & sun is high & hot. Too many people to enjoy the small place & can't even see much of the rail track.
It has a fair share of history & architecture to see.
Visited on Christmas Day when SLA organized a Christmas market with live performances and a flea market. The place has historical value and is worth a visit and look-see, but not much beyond an old building unless you know the history.
25th Dec 16 marks the last day where this station will be closed to make way for a new subway. It'll reopen in 2025.
Nonetheless, there's nothing to see and its boring, hot and a complete waste of time.
Went today on Christmas as its last day before it closes. As expected there were lots of crowd but didn't feel uncomfortable.
Place is not much big but its heritage site you see for one last time.
Getting in and out by Taxi was nightmare....More