Walking from Singapore National Art Museum to Niucheshui on the way to Kela Pier, after a crossroads, was deeply attracted by a colorful shutter building, so almost took a few photos to remember, later learned that this is the Old Jubilee Street Police Station, built in 1934. I like Singapore's architecture is always exquisite, clean and distinctive, simple and beautiful, and do not need brilliant and luxurious decoration. It's just like some old buildings that have just been painted on their exterior walls.~
How could a police station on Old Jubilee Street be so big? It turned out to be a mixture of police stations, barracks and even prisons. It is said that the building, which was built in 1934 and was then called the Jubilee Street Police Station and Barracks, can accommodate thousands of people in a single barracks. It is still a beautiful, colorful and necessary scenic spot.
A very distinctive building, literary teenagers and girls can come here to punch in. Colorful rainbow windows are a bright spot. Walking in the neon street at night, the whole city exudes friendly and unique charm. It's right next to Clara Pier. You must go in and see it. The color inside is also very eye-catching.
The Old Jubilee Street Police Station is also known as Rainbow Building because of its bright color, a colorful police station. We counted it. It seems that there are more than seven colors. It is suggested that the police station with lights will be more beautiful at night.