Unexpectedly, the fire station can also be so beautiful! This beautiful old building is actually the Central Fire Bureau of Singapore. Have any friends who have been to Taipei found its architectural style and shape a little like the presidential palace of Taiwan? Built in 1908, it is Singapore's oldest yet still functioning fire station. Now there is also a history exhibition hall. Visitors can see many old-fashioned fire trucks and fire equipment, which is a good place to learn about the local fire history.
The Central Fire Department should be proud of its past, present and future members. The curator also served as a member of the Singapore Civil Defense Force. He would like to share some of his Storytime services. The station itself has some very interesting exhibits, including modern fire fighting equipment, equipment from the past, and a small gift shop with some cool models and gifts. Other articles
The Central Fire Department of Singapore, founded in 1908, is the oldest but still operating fire station in Singapore. It provides fire fighting, ambulance and rescue services for the central part of Singapore. In 1988, the Central Fire Station was listed as a national cultural relic, after which it underwent a series of repairs, so that it not only gained new life, but also retained its historical features and values.
This is just across from my hotel. I can see it from the window. It's pretty.
Central Fire Station really likes this building. I remember the last time I came to sit on the bus, sitting next to my grandfather with a young wife, looking at my camera in hand, I enthusiastically introduced to me that this is a 100-year-old fire station. Today, I inadvertently strolled to the front, and I couldn't help but snap it again.
The Central Fire Bureau is a beautiful European-style building, adjacent to Fukangning Park. It has been built for more than 100 years. It is also the earliest Fire Bureau in Singapore. Now it has become an exhibition hall for publicizing fire protection. You can see a lot of fire fighting equipment.
The fire bureau built in 1909 was also the tallest building at that time. Now there is a Fire Museum in it.