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This building is the old police building and wraps around the south east corner of Fort Canning Park.
It is still in use as government offices and has views over the Singapore River and the Colman Bridge.
The most striking feature is the brightly painted...More
This is not a building I would go out of my way to view but if you are in the vicinity of Fort Canning Park near Clarke Quay then it might be of some interest. The striking feature of this building are the 927 windows...More
There are a lot of nice and colorful places in Singapore, and the Hill Street Building is one of them. The Old Hill Street Police Station stands out in this street. It was built in Neo-Classical style which was still fashionable for public buildings in...More
A great example of restored colonial architecture. The old police station looks pretty grand even in 2018 and one can only imagine the people that have been through the place since it was built. Located at the end of Clarke Quay make sure you take...More
This colorful building has been well mentioned on previous review. I got a chance to see it when visiting Clake Quay. It is good photography spot during twilight. I change my shooting direction time to time from Clarke Quay to this building.
It is worth...More
This is the old Hill Street Police station with would otherwise be a quite boring and drab looking building if they hadn't painted the doors and windows in such vivid colours. So I think this building is fabulous and is now famous for it's look....More
Simply can’t miss this lovely colourful building which was previously the old Hill Street police station.
This was the largest government building then when it was erected in 1934.
In 2000, it became the building with the colourful windows.
If you are interested in the...More