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  • Blast from the Past - The Newton Circus Flood of 1969

    Blast from the Past - The Newton Circus Flood of 1969

    The fourth episode of the National Heritage Board’s “Blast from the Past” documentaries contains footage depicting one of Singapore’s worst floods which took place at Newton Circus in 1969.

  • Conserving Photographs

    Conserving Photographs

    This video is a collaboration between the Peranakan Museum and Heritage Conservation Centre (HCC) for the Amek Gambar: Taking Pictures – Peranakans and Photography special exhibition from 5 May 2018 to 24 March 2019. It features how paper conservators at HCC take care of the photographs in our National Collection. Their work helps to preserve historical photographs for generations to come.

  • Conserving Textiles

    Conserving Textiles

    This video is a collaboration between Asian Civilisations Museum and Heritage Conservation Centre (HCC) for the Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Couture special exhibition from 15 June to 15 September 2019. It features conservators at work at the HCC here in Singapore taking care of the textiles in our National Collection. Their work helps to preserve these delicate pieces of history for generations to come.

  • Extraction of a Milestone

    Extraction of a Milestone

    This is a short video by the National Heritage Board which documents the extraction of a milestone marker along Geylang Road and provides viewers with information about the history of milestone markers.

  • Eye in the Sky - Armenian Apostolic Church of Saint Gregory the Illuminator

    Eye in the Sky Coney Island

    The eleventh episode of NHB's "Eye in the Sky" series uses aerial videography to showcase the elegant architectural features of the Armenian Church of St Gregory the Illuminator, a National Monument in Singapore.

  • Eye in the Sky - Chinese Garden Pagoda

    Eye in the Sky - Chinese Garden Pagoda

    The seven-tiered Chinese Garden Pagoda or ru yun ta (入云塔) is located within Chinese Garden in Jurong. It is designed by Mr R H Han and was modelled after the Linggu Pagoda in Nanjing.

  • Eye in the Sky - Coney Island

    Eye in the Sky Coney Island

    Located off the northern coast of Singapore, there is a 100-hectare island historically known as Pulau Serangoon. During the late 1930s, the newspapers referred to it as "Haw Par Island" after the Haw Par brothers built a beach villa there — the only known residence in Singapore remaining from the Har Par family.

  • Eye in the Sky - Dakota Crescent Estate

    Dakota Crescent

    The eighth episode of NHB's "Eye in the Sky" series uses aerial videography to capture the unique layout, open spaces and key features of the Dakota Crescent estate.

  • Eye in the Sky - Former Keppel Hill Reservoir

    The Forgotten Reservoir

    The sixth episode of NHB's "Eye in the Sky" series uses aerial videography to showcase a reservoir which has since been forgotten and no longer appears on the local maps.

  • Eye in the Sky - Jurong Hill Lookout Tower

    Eye in the Sky - Jurong Hill Lookout Tower

    The Jurong Hill Lookout Tower was developed in the early 1970s at a cost of more than $100,000. It was touted to be a futuristic spiral tower; offering a panoramic view of the entire industrial estate; from the viewing platform.

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