Shaping of Pasir Ris

Listen and embark on a virtual walk around Pasir Ris as we take you back to simpler times in Singapore, kampong life. In the 1800s, the village of Pasir Ris was home to Malay and Chinese settlers. It soon became a popular place for fun and recreation, home to the historic Pasir Ris Hotel, a popular venue for many parties. Pasir Ris Park is also home to an extensive mangrove forest which is a crucial habitat in our tropical ecosystem due to coastal protection from waves. Overall, the area has always been popular for unwinding, reconnecting with nature, and making memories with loved ones. Pasir Ris represents a more carefree, relaxed, and fun-loving side of Singapore.

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About Artbeatz

ArtBeatz specialises in creating large-scale artworks that unite individuals and foster community engagement with art, with the aim of creating an open platform and spurring endless possibilities. Through these collaborative projects, art becomes a common language, transcending differences, and connecting and inspiring people from all walks of life. The podcast is presented through a joint collaboration with youth volunteers, who lent their voices to narrate the stories of the different precincts in an engaging way.

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