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Examining the granite outcrops that played a role in Singapore’s maritime history | Video

Long Ya Men, which means “dragon’s tooth door”, consisted of two gigantic rock outcrops located around Labrador Park. These outcrops were once useful landmarks for ancient sailors coming through Keppel Harbour. Reporter Farez Juraimi shows us how they helped advance Singapore’s maritime activities.

Examining the granite outcrops that played a role in Singapore’s maritime history | Video

12 Aug 2019 12:29am
Long Ya Men, which means “dragon’s tooth door”, consisted of two gigantic rock outcrops located around Labrador Park. These outcrops were once useful landmarks for ancient sailors coming through Keppel Harbour. Reporter Farez Juraimi shows us how they helped advance Singapore’s maritime activities.

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