“Queenstown” was named in commemoration of Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation in 1953. Queenstown is known for its “firsts”. It was Singapore’s first satellite town- a self-contained community with all the necessary residential and social amenities for residents. It was also in Queenstown the first branch library of National Library was opened and the first neighbourhood shopping centre and sports complex were built. The changing landscape awaits your discovery!
This trail is presented by National Heritage Board and Central Singapore Community Development Council; supported by Queenstown Citizens’ Consultative Committee
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HIGHLIGHTS OF WALKS
Commonwealth Cooked Food Centre
Queenstown Baptist Church
Masjid Jamek Queenstown
Tiong Ghee Temple
True Way Presbyterian Church
Sri Muneeswaran Temple
Faith Methodist Church
Shuang Long Shan Wu Shu Ancestral Hall
Queenstown Lutheran Church
Commonwealth Green Neighbourhood Centre