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Reflections at Bukit Chandu Reopens With Free Admission and Programmes



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Reflections at Bukit Chandu was closed in 2018 for major redevelopment works and reopens in Sep 2021 with reopening activities. 

VenueReflections at Bukit Chandu, 31-K Pepys Road Singapore 118458
Dates: 11 & 12 Sep
Admission: Free 

Reflections at Bukit Chandu (RBC) will reopen its doors to the public on 9 September. The newly revamped RBC reopens with an enhanced retelling of the story of the Malay Regiment in the Battle of Pasir Panjang, during which the heavily outnumbered soldiers from the regiment made a heroic last stand against a 13,000-strong Japanese force.

First opened in 2002, RBC is housed in a bungalow that was originally built in 1930 for senior British staff of an Opium Packing Plant down the hill. RBC was closed in 2018 for major redevelopment works and reopens on 9 Sep 2021. 

The revamped World War Two interpretative centre takes visitors on an immersive journey to remember the brave soldiers of the Malay Regiment with an expanded narrative that includes the site-specific history of Pasir Panjang and Bukit Chandu.

Reflections at Bukit Chandu Opening Weekend Programmes

On the opening weekend of Reflections at Bukit Chandu, 11 & 12 Sep 2021, there will be free admission for all everyone and reopening programmes too. Here's what you can expect at both the Reflection at Bukit Chandu and Changi Chapel and Museum

Scavenger Hunt @ Reflections at Bukit Chandu and Changi Chapel and Museum

 

Dates: 11 & 12 September
Times: 9.30am − 5pm

Go on a journey through the RBC gallery and compound to uncover stories of the Malay Regiment as well as the history of the site. Follow the clues to discover our key artefacts and find out more about Bukit Chandu, and at the end of your journey, redeem a special souvenir and Grab voucher to our other World War Two memorial site, the Changi Chapel and Museum. 

No registration is required for the programme. Redemption of souvenirs and vouchers is on a first come, first served basis (while stocks last), with successful completion of the scavenger hunt. If you wish to participate in this programme, please ensure that you pre-book your admission tickets.

Curator Tour of Reflections at Bukit Chandu and Changi Chapel and Museum

Date: 16 September

To commemorate the anniversary of the end of World War Two in Singapore, we are offering online curator tours of both of our World War Two memorial sites in September. 

The curator tour of Reflections at Bukit Chandu will be livestreamed on our Facebook page. Hear from our curators as they share their experiences of putting the exhibition together, and learn more about the history of Bukit Chandu, and the story of the Malay Regiment and their last stand during the Battle of Pasir Panjang. 

Stay tuned for more updates! Visit the Changi Chapel and Museum (CCM) website to find out more about the CCM curator tour.

Priority Admission with Pre-booked Timeslots

During the Opening Weekend on 11 & 12 September, visitors are advised to pre-book their admission by timeslots (930am, 1130am, 130pm and 330pm). Visitors with pre-booked admission are required to visit during the selected time and will be given priority admission to the museum. Visitors can pre-book their entry timeslots for up to 5 persons max from 6 September 2021, 12 noon. 

Getting To Reflections At Bukit Chandu

Reflections at Bukit Chandu is located at 31-K Pepys Road, Singapore 118458.

Via Public Transport

The nearest MRT is Pasir Panjang MRT or you can drop off at the bus-stop at Opp Currency Hse (15199) or Pasir Panjang Stn/FC. It will be an uphill walk of about 20 mins to the museum. 

Via Car

Parking is not available on-site at the museum. Free parking is available at the nearest public carpark at Carpark ‘C’ of Kent Ridge Park


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This article is prepared by

Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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