Hello Pasir Ris! Mini Series

Join Carlyn Law, an artist, nature lover and former journalist who has lived in Pasir Ris for almost three decades as she meets residents in Pasir Ris who share more about what life was like during kampong days, the story behind the fishing pond that was once a popular holiday resort and community residents who played a part in conserving green spaces in Pasir Ris.

 

Video 1: Pasir Ris - A Holiday Resort Town

 

Did you know that in the late 1960s, there was a popular resort for picnics, fishing and boating in Pasir Ris? Built in 1967, the Golden Palace Holiday Resort was developed from a sand quarry and it later became a popular place for entertainment and leisure. Find out what a day in the resort was like through the eyes of Mr Law Yap Teck who visited the resort in his early 20s.

 

Video 2: The Kampong Way of Life in Pasir Ris

 

Did you know that as early as the 1800s, Pasir Ris was predominantly home to many Malay and Chinese villages? Discover what life was like for Mr Samat Sulaiman, a resident of the former Kampong Tampines in Pasir Ris, as he recounts his memories growing up there.

 

Video 3: Green Living and Initiatives in Pasir Ris

 

Pasir Ris is known for its beautiful green spaces. Do you know that the community residents of Pasir Ris play an important role in conserving the natural heritage? Find out more from Grant Pereira, a community resident who has played a part in conserving the natural heritage in Pasir Ris.

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