Explore The World Beyond English: British Council’s Holiday Study Camps, MoneySense for Your Child Workshops For Parents. The Singapore Sports Hub vicinity is home to two shopping destinations, Leisure Park Kallang and Kallang Wave Mall, as well as a cultural venue, the Kallang Theatre. It is ranked 18th in terms of population size, ahead of Queenstown Planning Area and behind Punggol Planning Area. Brands, French energy management and automation solutions corporation Schneider Electric, and the Singapore-based environmental solutions enterprise Hyflux. There are two entryways along the Lornie Nature Corridor which lead into the Central Catchment Area. The Singapore Sports Hub is located on the eastern bank of the Kallang Basin. It is only 1.7 km long. Kallang has the largest number of MRT stations outside of the Downtown Core, at 11, including the two stations currently under construction. In particular, the Tanglin Police Division has its headquarters located in Kallang, along Kampong Java Road. The residential precincts on either side of Old Airport Road are collectively called the "Old Kallang Airport Estate". A total of 339 acres of mangrove swamp was reclaimed, and the project cost was estimated at around 9 million Straits dollars. [93][94] As their names imply, these park connectors aim to form a continuous loop which will eventually connect all the major parks within Singapore. This accident became known as the "Nicoll Highway collapse" and happened west of the Merdeka Bridge, near present-day Nicoll Highway MRT station. [135] The decision to hold this art festival at the old Kallang Airport was controversial, with negative opinions surrounding the building's poor ventilation and inaccessibility. Media related to Kallang at Wikimedia Commons, Planning Area and HDB Town in Central Region ----, Singapore. "Kallang" is an old Malay reference to a particular group of the orang laut ("people of the sea"), called orang biduanda kallang, who lived in the vicinity of the Kallang River and Singapore River. In the 1950s, housing in Singapore was insufficient for its growing population. While the subzones of Little India and Kampong Glam constitute parts of Rochor,[14] many developments often associated with these two areas are located within Kallang, resulting in an "overspill" effect. There are also cycling trails and parks for more adventurous cyclists where mountain bikers can let off steam just as fancy takes them. While we have many park connectors in the country, this one might just offer the best view. The following educational institutions are located within Kallang: 3 Geylang Bahru Lane was frequently used by the Ministry of Education (MOE) as a temporary school compound, and hosted such schools as Victoria School, Cedar Girls' Secondary School, SJI Junior and CHIJ Katong Convent. A view from lookout point 1 at Bukit Batok Nature Park Two new Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) stations, namely Tanjong Rhu MRT station and Katong Park MRT station, on the Thomson–East Coast Line are under construction. [31], In June 1932, another land reclamation project began at Beach Road. The following stations are currently in service:[128]. The Kallang area has no bus interchange or Integrated Transport Hub (ITH). The following roads connect Kallang with other parts of Singapore: Other major roads that run within the boundaries of Kallang include Kallang Road, Kallang Bahru, Geylang Bahru, Boon Keng Road, Upper Boon Keng Road, Lavender Street, Crawford Street, Republic Avenue, Kitchener Road, Bendemeer Road and Tanjong Rhu Road. [107], The upcoming Kallang Fire Station along Guillemard Close is slated for completion in 2019. Kallang is heavily featured in the 2008 sports film Kallang Roar the Movie, of which the events leading up to Singapore winning the 1977 Malaysia Cup take centrestage. Another explanation for the origin of "Kallang" is that it is derived from galang, which means "to put a boat on wooden stocks or rollers", an appropriate term as the Kallang area sits on the confluence of multiple waterways. [41], Opened on 12 June 1937 by Sir Shenton Thomas, the then-Governor of the Straits Settlements, Kallang Airport had the advantages of combined facilities for both land and marine aircraft. The conserved Kallang Airport building was one of the hosting venues of the 2011 Singapore Biennale. [62], The Kallang Airport was Singapore's first purpose-built civil airport, operating from 1937 to 1955. The Singapore Sports Hub is the only "Tier 1" facility under the Sports Facilities Master Plan. New estates along Bendemeer Road and Upper Boon Keng Road are also popular options. The following expressways pass through Kallang: KPE consists of a 9 kilometres-long tunnel, which is the longest subterranean road tunnel in Southeast Asia. Spanning 7.87 kilometres, Kallang Park Connector is the third longest park connector in Singapore, after Coastal Park Connector and Jurong Park Connector which are 15 kilometres-long[95] and 9.4 kilometres-long[96] respectively. [9], Situated towards the southeastern shore of Pulau Ujong, the perimeter of Kallang Planning Area is made up of Toa Payoh in the north, Geylang in the east, Marine Parade in the southeast, Marina East in the south, the Downtown Core in the southwest, Rochor and Newton in the west, as well as Novena in the northwest. For those who wish to head on towards Adam Road, from Sime Road, the Lornie park connector leads on across a long overhead bridge across the Lornie Highway before connecting to Kheam Hock Road. From there, the Coast-to-Coast signboards point the way onwards to a boardwalk that runs along the Pan Island Expressway off ramp to Adam Road and beyond. The Lornie Nature Corridor ends at Sime Road. 2 The name is a little odd and may reflect a reluctance on the part of Singapore’s planners to take pedestrian facilities quite seriously. On 9 August 2016, the new National Stadium hosted the 2016 NDP – the first NDP in the new National Stadium, and the first NDP held in Kallang after a decade of hiatus. It is noteworthy that while the Old Kallang Airport Estate along Old Airport Road and Dakota Crescent is often associated with Kallang for historical reasons, it is officially placed under the subzone of Aljunied, part of the adjacent Geylang Planning Area,[13] for urban planning purpose. [31], From 1963 to 1971, the Housing and Development Board (HDB) led a massive land reclamation project in the northern part of the Kallang Basin. At the time of Raffles' landing in 1819, there were about 500 orang biduanda kallang. Based on the record in the Cho Clan Archives, Raffles could have landed at the Kallang Basin instead, in what is today's Kallang Riverside Park. The future Kallang Football Hub will replace the current Kallang Field, and is expected to be ready by the third quarter of 2019. Directions: This 11-hectare park at the Woodlands Waterfront offers exceptional sea views, whether you run through the park or add the Admiralty Road Connector to your route. It’s pretty clear that, unlike the park connectors in Punggol and Sengkang, this park connector attracts numerous commuters and … Tampines Park Connector in the outer eastern district of Pasir Ris is a typical park connector built along a water canal. "Little India" and "Kampong Glam" often refer to their respective cultural districts that are larger than the URA-defined subzones and extend into Kallang. Like the Kallang Riverside Park, this park was maintained by NParks and featured a large pond as its centrepiece. Most of the new pedestrian facilities are part of a system of what are called “park connectors,” built largely along the many partly artificial waterways that drain the island (Singapore gets more than 2300 mm of rain a year). The aim was to create a foreshore to the immediate south of Beach Road between Stamford Road and the Rochor River. A signboard with the words "Kallang Airport" is standing at the junction of Old Airport Road and Cassia Link, in front of 95 Old Airport Road. Jalan Besar Stadium also conducted the football games, in addition to the new National Stadium. This park connector also meets Whampoa Park Connector from Bendemeer Road, providing easy accessibility to Toa Payoh Town Park. Park Connector Network. Today, the complex is fenced off from public access.[64][65]. Various other shopping malls such as the City Square Mall along Kitchener Road, Mustafa Centre along Syed Alwi Road and Aperia Mall along Kallang Avenue are also situated within the boundaries of Kallang. A vast region at the upstream of the Kallang River was part of the mukim of Ulu Kallang (also written as "Ulu Kalang"). The modern boundaries of Kallang Planning Area therefore differ from those of the Kallang mukim. [39] Officially named in 1957, Dakota Crescent and Dakota Close serve to commemorate this aviation disaster. The old National Stadium played host to numerous cultural, sporting and national events, including the National Day Parade (NDP) for a total of 18 times. [77][78] These constituencies are held by Singapore's ruling People's Action Party (PAP).[79]. [153][154][148], A new promenade along the Kallang River has been announced. It also makes up part of the Central Urban Loop of the Park Connector Network. The sections on either side of the Kallang River are managed by the National Parks Board (NParks),[91] while the section along the western bank of the Rochor River was absorbed into Gardens by the Bay as part of Bay Central Garden.[92]. It is the first "Specialist CC" and the eighth Water-Venture outlet in Singapore,[149] built to replace the Water-Venture (Kallang) which was located at 4876 Beach Road. Chun Fong thinks that hamsters are cute and loves tucking into chocolate eclairs. Jalan Besar Town Council is responsible for the maintenance of the areas that come under Jalan Besar GRC; Tanjong Pagar Town Council maintains areas belonging to Tanjong Pagar GRC; and Mountbatten SMC is administered by Marine Parade Town Council. The latter is the flagship development in Kallang and includes the new National Stadium, the Singapore Indoor Stadium, the OCBC Aquatic Centre, the OCBC Arena, the Kallang Wave Mall, the Singapore Sports Museum, the Sports Hub Library, as well as several other sports facilities. ; roads within the Singapore Sports Hub reference the National Stadium: Stadium Boulevard, Stadium Walk, Stadium Place, etc. Development of the town is centered around the Kallang River, the longest river in Singapore. [6] Celebrated as be the birthplace of the famous Kallang Roar and Kallang Wave,[75] the old National Stadium was home to the Singapore FA (nicknamed "the Lions"). Within the boundaries of Ulu Kallang were Upper Peirce Reservoir and Lower Peirce Reservoir. Constructed in 1995, it is the first park connector of its kind to be built and forms part of the Central Urban Loop. The so-called park connectors are fairly popular with local joggers, walkers, recreational cyclists and bicycle commuters. This is the biggest and longest loop in Singapore. [147], Also maintained by Sport Singapore and located within Kallang, the Farrer Park Field (formerly known simply as "Farrer Park") along Rutland Road is an amalgamation of one soccer field and one rugby field. It aims to seamlessly connect areas at the upstream of the river such as Bishan to the Downtown Core. The Singapore Park Connector is a series of paved walk and bike paths. The event later turned into a riot, causing at least 50 cases of injuries. This site is now used by the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) as its office. Examples of renowned companies that have offices in Kallang include German automotive firm Continental AG, American technology company Micron Technology, Japanese consumer goods manufacturer Lion Corporation, American fast food group Yum! The new National Stadium was the venue for its opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the host for the athletics and football matches. Two nearby roads are Prince Philip Ave and Prince Charles Cresent. [76], The political representation of Kallang in the Parliament of Singapore is split among three electoral constituencies as of the 2020 Singapore general election. The following hospitals are located within Kallang: The Ministry of Health (MOH) has announced an upcoming polyclinic in Kallang, expected to be ready by 2020. Other overhead bridges along the way which have only steps can be avoided by crossing at the traffic lights. A large portion of the population was living in slum-like places with poor sanitation. [71][72] Today, a sculpture titled Spirit of Kallang by Singaporean artist Lim Leong Seng is standing in the Kallang Riverside Park to commemorate the Kallang Gasworks. Other constituencies that historically covered various parts of Kallang included the now-defunct Geylang West SMC, Jalan Besar SMC and Kolam Ayer SMC. Between 1959 and 1991, Kallang mostly came under Kallang SMC. The collapse killed four people. [82] Across the Geylang River, numerous shipbuilding companies, including John I. Thornycroft & Company and Singapore Slipway, once straddled the coast of Tanjong Rhu.[83]. It is part of the Lornie Road park connector which links up MacRitchie Reservoir Park to Adam Road and forms part of the Coast-to-Coast trail. Expunged roads that had the name "Kallang" included Kallang Close and Kallang Square.[115]. It’s 3.5km Long. In 1979, Phase VI of the project extended the Tanjong Rhu coast southwards, forming what is today's Marina East. Roads such as Old Airport Road (named as such because it was the eastern boundary of the Kallang Airport),[134] Kallang Airport Drive, Kallang Airport Way and Old Terminal Lane bear reference to the Kallang Airport. Often they are away from the roads and provide a safe and relaxing environment for walkers. Guillemard Road links Kallang and Geylang; Meyer Road links Kallang and Marine Parade; Geylang Bahru Industrial Estate along Geylang Bahru Terrace is marked as a residential site, as is the land currently occupied by the Kallang Distripark; This page was last edited on 23 November 2020, at 01:18. The section of tracks between Promenade MRT station and Stadium MRT station had to be realigned. Unlike most Singaporean towns, Kallang does not have an integrated town centre. Netball, basketball, fencing, indoor volleyball, as well as the billiards and snooker games were conducted at the OCBC Arena. Captain Mohan Singh later declared the formation of the First Indian National Army and openly recruited volunteers to fight against the British Raj for the independence of India. The Kallang Basin is a favourite location for water sports like dragon boating, water skiing and canoeing. The 1973, 1983 and 1993 Southeast Asian Games used the old National Stadium as its ceremony venue. The following HDB precincts are located in Kallang: The location of Kallang on the fringe of the Central Area is evidenced by its mature network of roads and developed public transport system. One of the plans was to develop Kallang into Singapore's equivalent of the Hyde Park, as reported by The Straits Times in an article dated 11 March 1955. This has left Lornie Road, once a busy throughway, with relatively less traffic. [116][117], From 2014 to 2017, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) carried out a series of road improvement works in Kallang, including the widening of several major roads and traffic junctions in the area, as well as the construction of the Nicoll Underpass that links Sims Way, Nicoll Highway and Stadium Drive. The Marina Bay Street Circuit is the venue of the annual Formula One (F1) Singapore Grand Prix. One of the Republic of Singapore Navy's (RSN) Bedok-class mine countermeasures vessel is named "RSS Kallang", as part of a series of vessels named after Singapore's coastal regions. This urban Park Connector passes by various condominiums, giving users stunning views of the surrounding high-rise buildings. Other than hosting the fire department, Kallang Fire Station will also house a Home Team Joint Facility, which will act as a key command for the Home Team during major event standbys and joint operations in Kallang. ; some roads in Bendemeer subzone were named after saints: Saint Michael's Road, Saint George's Road, Saint Barnabas Lane, etc. However, in 1847, most of them died of a smallpox epidemic. Singapore Kallang Park Connector - Bishan AMK Park to PIE June 2013 Part 1 (updated Sept 2019) Singapore Pang Sua Park Connector - Yew Tee to Zhenghua Park April 2013 (re-experienced) Singapore Canberra Park - Inclusive playground for all (Mar 2015) [42], On 18 March 1956, some 20,000 people gathered at the Kallang Airport complex for a merdeka (Malay for "freedom") rally organised by then-Chief Minister David Marshall. [104] In August 2018, the Kampong Java Park was permanently closed to facilitate the construction of the North–South Corridor (NSC).[105]. Running along Punggol reservoir and the Straits of Johor, this 6.1 km water-themed park connector links Punggol Promenade to Gerald Drive. Its operations were subsequently relocated to Brani Regional Base on Pulau Brani as a result of the planned damming of the Kallang Basin and Marina Bay to create the Marina Reservoir.[106]. Trees such as the Singapore Durian have been planted along the Lornie Nature Corridor. The Chinese and Tamil names for Kallang are "加冷" and "காலாங்" respectively. On 4 December 1919, Singapore witnessed its first-ever aircraft landing at the Farrer Park Field, when Captain Ross Smith and three other crew members touched down in a Vickers Vimy en route to Darwin, Australia. Aside from the eponymous Kallang, the Kallang Formation is also found in other parts of Singapore, particularly at river valleys, as well as around river mouths and coastal regions. An underpass run beneath the Pan Island Expressway linking up to Kheam Hock Park. [137], Predating the Kallang Airport, Singapore's first aircraft landing took place at the Farrer Park Field on 4 December 1919, when Captain Ross Smith touched down in a Vickers Vimy along with three other crew members.[37][138]. Kallang is currently home to numerous light industrial estates. Kallang is notable for being the location of the former National Stadium (nicknamed the "Grand Old Dame of Kallang")[139] and the new Singapore Sports Hub which was built on the same site to replace the former. Though not located within Kallang Planning Area, the geographic point of Bukit Kallang (also spelt as "Bukit Kalang") is a hill in the Central Water Catchment and has an elevation of 97 metres. The Geylang Conservation Area extends partially into Kallang, consisting mainly of shophouses fronting the stretch of Geylang Road between Sims Way and Lorong 1 Geylang.[60][61]. Constructed in 1862, the facilities were operated by the Singapore Gas Company (now called "City Gas") and produced gas uninterruptedly for over 130 years, except for brief pauses during World War I and World War II. Some housing blocks are planned to be reconstructed under the Selective En bloc Redevelopment Scheme (SERS) to redevelop Kallang where the demographics are dominated by the middle-aged. In recent years, areas along Beach Road and Jalan Sultan have seen new commercial developments, such as The Concourse and City Gate, due to their close proximities to the adjacent Central Area. The old National Stadium that once stood on the same plot of land as the current Singapore Sports Hub was the ceremony venue for the Southeast Asian Games in 1973, 1983 and 1993. Jurassic Mile Singapore’s First Largest Life Size Dinosaurs Display at Changi Airport New Park Connector October 25, 2020 October 26, 2020 This Changi Airport Connector is a 3.5km shared path for cycling, jogging and walking. [127] It is slated for completion in 2026. The OCBC Aquatic Centre was the location of the diving, swimming, synchronised swimming and water polo games. The new National Stadium hosted the National Day Parade in 2016, while the Singapore Indoor Stadium frequently hosts world-class concerts and performances by renowned artists and musicians from around Asia and the world. Previously, Kallang was classified as an "estate" but HDB later reorganised the area and promoted it to "new town" status. Ulu is a Malay term which translates to "rural", "remote", "upstream" or "origin" – a reference to its location at the upper reaches of the Kallang River and its relative lack of development. The subzone was later renamed to its current name, taken after a nearby road of the same name, and is a constituent part of Toa Payoh Planning Area. The rental price of a median 4-room HDB unit in Kallang/Whampoa is S$2500, compared to the national average of S$2120.[111]. Kallang is a planning area and residential town located in the Central Region of Singapore. [113][152] New housing estates are also planned at Dakota Crescent, Lorong 3 Geylang and the area now occupied by the Farrer Park Field. It’s reportedly 3.5km long, which is slightly longer than the heritage trail at Kallang. Prior to the creation of "planning areas", Singapore was divided into two types of survey districts by the Singapore Land Authority (SLA): "mukim" in rural areas and "town subdivisions" in the city. Completed and opened to the public in 2010, it not only improves accessibility but also enhances biodiversity in the area, featuring a variety of birds including the majestic Grey Heron, migratory Little Egret and the commonly seen Collared Kingfisher. The upcoming North–South Corridor (NSC) will enhance connectivity between Kallang, Toa Payoh, Bishan, Ang Mo Kio, Yishun and Woodlands. Kallang Planning Area consists of nine "subzones", as officially established by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) for urban planning purpose.[12]. Hailed as the "finest airport in the British Empire", it was also praised by renowned aviator Amelia Earhart as "an aviation miracle of the East". The swamps and mudflats were filled in using earth sourced from the leveled hills of Toa Payoh. These include the Former Kallang Airport Conservation Area and the Jalan Besar Conservation Area, where structures of historical, architectural and cultural significance are carefully conserved. NParks’ park connectors have played a major role in making walking and cycling in Singapore as popular as they are today. [18] Bukit Kallang is situated at the southeastern corner of the Upper Peirce Reservoir, west of the TreeTop Walk suspension bridge, and within the territory of the former Ulu Kallang mukim. [20], The Kallang Basin is an enclosed bay in Kallang, and is a popular location for water sports. Photography: NParks. Aside from being a traditional location for hosting the National Day Parade (NDP), the old National Stadium also played host to numerous notable cultural and sports events, including those of the Malaysia Cup, where loud cheers and stamping of feet gave birth to the famous "Kallang Roar". On 17 February 1942, the troops of the British Indian Army officially surrendered to the Imperial Japanese Army represented by Major Fujiwara Iwaichi at the Farrer Park Field as part of an event now called the "Farrer Park address". Kallang was also the location of three of Singapore's most iconic amusement parks: New World Amusement Park,[73] Gay World Amusement Park[74] and Wonderland Amusement Park. As the city area became congested, the colonial government decided to build new public housing estates to tackle the problem. More specifically, the construction of underpasses and bridges have been proposed as viable options to improve the connectivity at major traffic junctions.[155]. Perhaps the most iconic of all historic landmarks in Kallang was the old National Stadium, once located on the same site currently occupied by the new National Stadium which is part of the larger Singapore Sports Hub. Arguably the most famous landmark in modern Kallang is the Singapore Sports Hub, comprising the new National Stadium, the Singapore Indoor Stadium, the Kallang Wave Mall, and several other sports facilities. Kallang occupies an important position in Singapore's sporting culture and history, particularly due to the several iconic sports locations sited within its boundaries, as well as the numerous high-profile sporting events held there. The latest upgrading works were completed in January 2012. The area of what is now Kallang first appeared in an 1830 survey map of Singapore as "Kilang". The organisation occupied the building until 6 April 2009 when it moved to its current location at King George's Avenue, also in Kallang. It will be located near the junction of Serangoon Road and Balestier Road, adjacent to Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital. The 185-hectare (460-acre) East Coast Park is the largest park in Singapore, and is built entirely on reclaimed land with a man-made beach, where swimming is possible.The beach is protected by breakwaters.. [136], There are plans to redevelop the Kallang Airport area into a commercial hub, along with the nearby Kallang riverside. 1. From 2011 to 2015, large parts of Kallang were part of the short-lived Moulmein-Kallang Group Representation Constituency (GRC), which was co-led by then-Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim and then-Minister for Transport Lui Tuck Yew. Park Connector Network. The responsibility of maintaining security in Kallang is split among three police divisions of the Singapore Police Force (SPF): Central Police Division, Bedok Police Division and Tanglin Police Division. [44], On 23 February 1970, a time capsule was buried at the old National Stadium by then-Minister for Finance Goh Keng Swee. Directions to Ulu Pandan Park Connector Bridge (Singapore) with public transport The following transport lines have routes that pass near Ulu Pandan Park Connector Bridge Bus: 197 , 502 , 97 , 99 , IBP BUS , PARK AVENUE ROCHESTER SHUTTLE It forms part of the Bay Central Garden of Gardens by the Bay. The Changi Airport Connector is a 3.5km cycling and jogging path that brings you from East Coast Park to Changi Airport. Woodsville Interchange along the triple-point boundary of Kallang, Geylang and Toa Payoh is a major traffic interchange consisting of at-grade junctions, the Woodsville Flyover and the new Woodsville Tunnel. [31], Historically, Kallang was home to some of Singapore's earliest settlers. [140] The Singapore national football team is based at the new National Stadium.[141]. Even though the Raffles' Landing Site by the Singapore River is generally believed to be the original landing point, other sources challenge that claim. [66] The surrounding area is termed "the Golden Mile", a strip of high-rise commercial land fronting the Kallang Basin. Its current site at Towner Road was officially opened in November 1986. Today, the shopping mall at the Singapore Sports Hub is named "Kallang Wave Mall". Kallang was also nicknamed "火城" ("fire city") by the Chinese community because it was the site of the Kallang Gasworks. Distance: The waterfront promenade is 1.5 km long; the Admiralty connector adds another 1.3km. The Farrer Park Field is also a significant location in Singapore's football, aviation and political histories. [144], Other sports facilities located along Stadium Boulevard and constitute the Kallang Sports Centre include the Kallang Practice Track, Kallang Lawn Bowl, Kallang Squash Centre and Kallang Netball Court. Feb 12, 2016 - PCN, series of green corridors linking S'pore parks and gardens. They adds another hike option for those who are exploring the MacRitchie trails. 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