Not really a conventional attraction but a historical bridge you links the north and south side of the Singapore, just next to the Fullerton Hotel, as the river enters Marina Bay.
This bridge was supposedly built in 1910 and, according to what we learned at the National Museum, was where the Japanese displayed the heads of criminals in order to discourage dissidence during the occupation period of the 1940s. These days, the bridge forms part of the Singapore Grand Prix circuit.
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