Is there any natural caves left in Singapore?
is there any to start off with?
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Yes, but it's closed off and hidden from view, on Bukit Timah.
The rest are man-made, or rather called tunnels, in Labrador Park, Mt. Faber, Fort Canning, Sentosa.
Maybe Ubin, or Tekong?
I would be interested to know if there's any natural waterfall (big/small) on Singapore land.
Last edited by sbs99; 23rd February 2009 at 06:57 PM.
According to Hey Singapore, a TV programme that was hosted by Lisa Ang in the 90s, there is a tunnel in pula ubin. There were a few bat caves at that time, but they could be close now.
In addition, there is a man-made tunnel in the former KK hospital which is sealed off now by the British when they left Singapore.
There's one big cave at redhill...where all the jobless and retrenched people go to.....
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there's a stream at bukit timah hill that can be considered a "waterfall" with a little imagination. it does fall downhill, and there are pools of water below it. i cant remember which trail it's on, though. i think it's the blue or the green one.
So your best chance would be to find VCR tape from your neighbours or are in their 30 years+ or request mediacorp to make you a copy(must pay). I did not tape the series.
Also to the best of my knowledge, SBC and later on TCS at that time did not produce any tape of the series although they ran re-runs.
Does anyone know if they carry the Hey Singapore TV programme on TV mobile?
Last edited by Dovedo; 23rd February 2009 at 10:36 PM.
Since no cave in sg, we can start digging one. And to be different we dig in a real big one. We shall call it cavern.