Aside from being a traditional location for hosting the National Day Parade (NDP), the old National Stadium also played host to numerous notable cultural and sports events, including those of the Malaysia Cup, where loud cheers and stamping of feet gave birth to the famous "Kallang Roar". From 2011 to 2015, large parts of Kallang were part of the short-lived Moulmein-Kallang Group Representation Constituency (GRC), which was co-led by then-Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim and then-Minister for Transport Lui Tuck Yew. Despite the name of this subzone, it is now part of Geylang. [67], The Central Sikh Temple is Singapore's first Sikh gurdwara, originally established in 1912. Both the Kallang Roar and Kallang Wave are considered to be symbols of national unity. Rail transport in Kallang exists as the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). [21] The Kallang Basin area used to form part of mainland Singapore's southeastern coastline, as evident from the location of Beach Road. Within the boundaries of Ulu Kallang were Upper Peirce Reservoir and Lower Peirce Reservoir. The headquarters of the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) is located on Kallang Road, next to Lavender MRT station. [145], Jalan Besar Stadium is another iconic sports stadium located in Kallang, within the close proximity of Jalan Besar, hence its name. Constructed in 1995, it is the first park connector of its kind to be built and forms part of the Central Urban Loop. Kallang is heavily featured in the 2008 sports film Kallang Roar the Movie, of which the events leading up to Singapore winning the 1977 Malaysia Cup take centrestage. The Kallang Basin is a favourite location for water sports like dragon boating, water skiing and canoeing. Expunged roads that had the name "Kallang" included Kallang Close and Kallang Square.[115]. [9] The first was situated near present-day City Square Mall; the second was located on the open field bounded by Geylang Road, Sims Way, Kallang Airport Way and Kallang Airport Drive; and the third was part of the old Kallang Park. The subzone was later renamed to its current name, taken after a nearby road of the same name, and is a constituent part of Toa Payoh Planning Area. Various other shopping malls such as the City Square Mall along Kitchener Road, Mustafa Centre along Syed Alwi Road and Aperia Mall along Kallang Avenue are also situated within the boundaries of Kallang. In 1977, the Singapore government embarked on a ten-year-long clean-up project for the Kallang Basin and the nearby Singapore River, transforming them into the clean waterways of today. ; roads around the Lavender area were named after generals and admirals from Britain and France, as well as famous battle sites: Maude Road, Beatty Road, Jellicoe Road, Flanders Square, Somme Road, etc. Kallang/Whampoa is the fourth most expensive HDB new town in terms of rental prices. During the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics, the stadium hosted the football games. Between 1959 and 1991, Kallang mostly came under Kallang SMC. First conceptualised in the 1980s, the plan for the SURS was abandoned in August 2017.[119][120][121]. [49], Swimming pools managed by Sport Singapore are located at Kallang Basin Swimming Complex and Jalan Besar Swimming Complex, along Geylang Bahru Lane and Tyrwhitt Road respectively. Numerous villages could be found at the Kallang Basin area before modern developments took place: Kampong Kallang Pasir, Kampong Kallang Pokok, Kampong Kallang Laut, Kampong Kallang Batin, Kampong Kallang Rokok, Kampong Bugis, Kampong Soo Poo (also the name of a now-expunged road, located off Kallang Road) and Kampong Koo Chye. Built at an estimated cost of S$1.3 billion, the Singapore Sports Hub frequently hosts national and international sporting, cultural and entertainment events. The Merdeka Bridge crosses over the Kallang Basin at the mouths of the Kallang River and Rochor River. Leisure Park Kallang. Several F1-related developments, such as a grandstand and first aid facilities, are also situated in Kallang.[150]. Kallang was also nicknamed "火城" ("fire city") by the Chinese community because it was the site of the Kallang Gasworks. Currently, the Sport Singapore headquarters is situated at 3 Stadium Drive, within the Singapore Sports Hub. The subzone of Lorong 8 Toa Payoh was known as "Kallang", possibly due to its location on either side of the Kallang River. In 1979, Phase VI of the project extended the Tanjong Rhu coast southwards, forming what is today's Marina East. In several historical maps, this mukim was labeled as "Upper Kalang".[30]. It serves as a link between Bishan–Ang Mo Kio Park and Kallang Riverside Park. On 9 August 2016, the new National Stadium hosted the 2016 NDP – the first NDP in the new National Stadium, and the first NDP held in Kallang after a decade of hiatus. Once ready by 2023, these two stations will serve southern Kallang, particularly the affluent communities along Tanjong Rhu Road. [99], Other park connectors that run through Kallang include Geylang Park Connector,[100] Pelton Canal Park Connector,[101] Whampoa Park Connector[102] and the Tanjong Rhu Promenade.[103]. The facility of the former Water-Venture (Kallang) currently houses the Kallang branch of the Waterways Watch Society (WWS). The new National Stadium was the venue for its opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the host for the athletics and football matches. Pasir Ris and Choa Chu Kang). Netball, basketball, fencing, indoor volleyball, as well as the billiards and snooker games were conducted at the OCBC Arena. On 20 April 2004, a section of the Circle Line tunnel collapsed during construction. It is the first "Specialist CC" and the eighth Water-Venture outlet in Singapore,[149] built to replace the Water-Venture (Kallang) which was located at 4876 Beach Road. The plan to build the Kallang Line was later shelved. There were sawmills and rice hullers here. The source of the Kallang River is the Lower Peirce Reservoir (formerly known as the "Kallang River Reservoir"; renamed in honour of Municipal Engineer Robert Peirce in 1922)[19] and the river mouth is located at Kallang Basin, near to the Merdeka Bridge. [6] As such, Kallang played a pivotal role in Singapore's aviation and sporting histories. Other than retail outlets, Leisure Park Kallang also has a cinema, an ice skating rink and a bowling alley. The following educational institutions are located within Kallang: 3 Geylang Bahru Lane was frequently used by the Ministry of Education (MOE) as a temporary school compound, and hosted such schools as Victoria School, Cedar Girls' Secondary School, SJI Junior and CHIJ Katong Convent. 144 UPPER BUKIT TIMAH ROAD, #B1-11/12, WEST, Bukit Timah, 588177 Opening Hours Mon-Sun 10:00 AM-9:30 PM The 1973, 1983 and 1993 Southeast Asian Games used the old National Stadium as its ceremony venue. Today, the shopping mall at the Singapore Sports Hub is named "Kallang Wave Mall". Numerous matches also took place at various venues across Kallang. Dining Zone. Lifestyle & Retail Zone. [97][98] Plans to further rejuvenate the Kallang riverside, including the construction of bridges and underpasses to facilitate seamless connection across major traffic junctions, have been proposed. More specifically, the construction of underpasses and bridges have been proposed as viable options to improve the connectivity at major traffic junctions.[155]. The modern boundaries of Kallang Planning Area therefore differ from those of the Kallang mukim. The first Filmgarde Cineplex that opened in Singapore in 2007. These include the Former Kallang Airport Conservation Area and the Jalan Besar Conservation Area, where structures of historical, architectural and cultural significance are carefully conserved. The rental price of a median 4-room HDB unit in Kallang/Whampoa is S$2500, compared to the national average of S$2120.[111]. For the Kallang-Paya Lebar Expressway, a 12km six-lane highway, we undertook design for contractor Samsung C&T. The following stations are currently in service:[128]. However, in 1847, most of them died of a smallpox epidemic. [32], Between 1966 and 1975, the East Coast Reclamation Project led by HDB formed new lands at Tanjong Rhu in southern Kallang, as well as the adjacent communities in Marine Parade. By 1848, the orang biduanda kallang were virtually extinct.[8]. The northeastern section (Turn 1, Turn 2, Turn 3) of the Marina Bay Street Circuit is located in Kallang. 1 Maju Avenue #B1-01/02 & #B1-26, myVillage at Serangoon Garden Singapore 556679 . Kallang Park Connector runs parallel to the Kallang River, except for the section around Woodsville Interchange. East Coast Park can be accessed via Fort Road from Kallang. Pickup location: ”Cold Storage Kallang Leisure Park”, Click and Collect Counter Order number: Please refer to your receipt after placing your order online. [15], Kallang sits on the Kallang Formation which consists of soft marine clay, loose alluvial muddy sand, loose beach sand, soft peaty and organic mud, and coral. It will enhance emergency response to key areas in Kallang, including the Singapore Sports Hub, as well as the waterfront regions around Marina Bay and along the Kallang River. The opening and closing ceremonies of the 2015 Southeast Asian Games were held at the new National Stadium. These aforementioned waterways, together with the Singapore River and Marina Bay, make up the Marina Reservoir that has a catchment size of about one-sixth of mainland Singapore's land area. [107], The upcoming Kallang Fire Station along Guillemard Close is slated for completion in 2019. [31], From 1963 to 1971, the Housing and Development Board (HDB) led a massive land reclamation project in the northern part of the Kallang Basin. The subzone of Farrer Park belongs to the adjacent Rochor Planning Area,[14] even though the eponymous open field historically known as "Farrer Park" (now called "Farrer Park Field") is located within Kallang. [109], During the colonial era, Singapore's fire fighting duty came under the Singapore Fire Brigade. The airport's terminal building was conserved alongside the hangar, gate posts, lamp posts and several other buildings. There were two mukim that bore the name "Kallang": Kallang and Ulu Kallang. [6] Celebrated as be the birthplace of the famous Kallang Roar and Kallang Wave,[75] the old National Stadium was home to the Singapore FA (nicknamed "the Lions"). Kallang Car Park 1 (Kallang H) » Kallang Car Park 2 (Netball Centre) » Kallang Car Park 3 (Tennis Centre) » Kallang Leisure Park » Kallang Theatre » Kallang Wave Mall » Kampong Bugis Road » Katong Plaza » Katong Point » Katong Shopping Centre » Katong Square » Katong Swimming Complex » Katong V (Village Hotel Katong) It is a unique landmark along Kallang riverside, at Upper Boon Keng Road. The section of tracks between Promenade MRT station and Stadium MRT station had to be realigned. [124] Originally envisioned as two separate expressways, the 2.8 kilometres-long Kallang Expressway (KLE) and the 9.2 kilometres-long Paya Lebar Expressway (PLE), they were officially combined into one in 1991. The main office of Jalan Besar Town Council is located in Kallang, at 70 Geylang Bahru. [4] Starting from the north in an anti-clockwise direction, the boundaries of Kallang Planning Area are marked by the Pan Island Expressway (PIE), Central Expressway (CTE), Bukit Timah Road, Tekka Lane, Northumberland Road, Gloucester Road, Race Course Road, Rangoon Road, Serangoon Road, Syed Alwi Road, Jalan Sultan, Beach Road, Ophir Road, East Coast Parkway (ECP), Fort Road, Mountbatten Road, and Sims Way. It was hailed as the "finest airport in the British Empire" at that time. 5 Stadium Walk #01-09 Leisure Park Kallang Singapore 397693 . In recent years, areas along Beach Road and Jalan Sultan have seen new commercial developments, such as The Concourse and City Gate, due to their close proximities to the adjacent Central Area. [108], A new 10-storey polyclinic will be built in Kallang by 2020, as announced by the Ministry of Health (MOH). In particular, the Tanglin Police Division has its headquarters located in Kallang, along Kampong Java Road. Ulu Kallang mukim bordered the adjacent mukims of Ulu Pandan in its southwest, Tanglin in its southeast, Toa Payoh and Ang Mo Kio in its east, South Seletar in its northeast, Mandai in its northwest, and Bukit Timah in its west. Its operations were subsequently relocated to Brani Regional Base on Pulau Brani as a result of the planned damming of the Kallang Basin and Marina Bay to create the Marina Reservoir.[106]. Similarly, the industrial zone bounded by MacPherson Road, Aljunied Road, the Pelton Canal and Pan Island Expressway (PIE) is part of the Kallang Way subzone. In addition, the headquarters of the Land Transport Authority (LTA) is situated along Hampshire Road, in the Kampong Java subzone. Filming took place at the old National Stadium where some of the football matches happened. The latest upgrading works were completed in January 2012. The collapse killed four people. The Marina Bay Street Circuit is the venue of the annual Formula One (F1) Singapore Grand Prix. In the 1950s, housing in Singapore was insufficient for its growing population. The capsule was never found despite more than three years of search. Public Holidays: 9am – 10pm, Tel: (+65) 6348 1347 [47][48], During the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics, the archery, tennis and football games were held at Kallang Field, Kallang Tennis Centre and Jalan Besar Stadium respectively.[49]. These include the Central Sikh Temple along Towner Road,[53] the former Kallang Gasworks along Kallang Road,[54] the Merdeka Bridge along Nicoll Highway,[55] the Balestier Plain along Balestier Road,[56] the old Kallang Airport along Stadium Link,[57] the historic Farrer Park (now called "Farrer Park Field") along Rutland Road,[58] as well as the Jalan Besar Stadium along Tyrwhitt Road. Get spoilt with a wide array of lifestyle and retail choices for both kids and adults right here! Soil treatment work at the former Kallang Gasworks site began in November 2018 and is expected to conclude in July 2022.[114]. Seven roads converge at Woodsville Interchange: Bendemeer Road, Serangoon Road, Upper Serangoon Road, MacPherson Road, Jalan Kolam Ayer, Jalan Toa Payoh and the Pan Island Expressway (PIE). Located at Stadium Lane, the Kallang Water Sports Centre provides boat rental and various related services. [42], On 18 March 1956, some 20,000 people gathered at the Kallang Airport complex for a merdeka (Malay for "freedom") rally organised by then-Chief Minister David Marshall. Jalan Besar Town Council is responsible for the maintenance of the areas that come under Jalan Besar GRC; Tanjong Pagar Town Council maintains areas belonging to Tanjong Pagar GRC; and Mountbatten SMC is administered by Marine Parade Town Council. The Kallang Riverside Park is a riverine park located at the mouths of the Kallang River and Rochor River. Compete – Various parts of the Sports Hub. They consisted of about 100 families. Aside from the eponymous Kallang, the Kallang Formation is also found in other parts of Singapore, particularly at river valleys, as well as around river mouths and coastal regions. Today, most of Kallang's industrial estates are clustered at Kallang Avenue, Kallang Bahru, Kallang Place, Kallang Junction, Kallang Sector and Kallang Way. The following HDB precincts are located in Kallang: The location of Kallang on the fringe of the Central Area is evidenced by its mature network of roads and developed public transport system. Advance Apartment's land plot is near food and beverage outlets as well as leisure and lifestyle options in Aljunied, Sims Avenue, Geylang, Paya Lebar and Kallang. There are other possible origins for this particular place name. Kallang is served by an established bus network that connects the area with other parts of Singapore. Kallang is a planning area and residential town located in the Central Region of Singapore. The road itself and surrounding area sunk in, snapping gas, water and electricity cables, thereby cutting off power in the nearby Suntec City and Marina Bay areas. With gallery-style spectator seating, Kallang Ice World is also an ideal venue for a wide range of ice-skating performances and competitions. "Kallang" may also be a corruption of the Malay word kilang, meaning "mill" or "factory". [41], Opened on 12 June 1937 by Sir Shenton Thomas, the then-Governor of the Straits Settlements, Kallang Airport had the advantages of combined facilities for both land and marine aircraft. Previously, Kallang was classified as an "estate" but HDB later reorganised the area and promoted it to "new town" status. View more. In addition, the nearby Singapore Sports Hub also has a dedicated Water Sports Centre that provides similar services. Kallang Planning Area is bounded by Toa Payoh in the north, Geylang in the east, Marine Parade in the southeast, Marina East in the south, the Downtown Core in the southwest, Rochor and Newton in the west, as well as Novena in the northwest.[4]. In particular, the latter was the location of the first purpose-built marine industrial estate in Singapore, before the area was transformed into a sporting and lifestyle precinct. [33][34], Today, some of their legacies are still seen – roads such as Padang Jeringau and Kampong Bugis that branch out from Kallang Road directly reference these expunged villages.[35]. ; some roads took their names from the villages that once stood in the area: Kampong Bugis, Padang Jeringau; some road names reference the former Kallang Airport and its aviation history: Old Airport Road, Dakota Crescent, Kallang Airport Way, Old Terminal Lane, etc. These include Paya Lebar Centre, Singapore Sports Hub, the central business district as well as the future Kallang Riverside. The responsibility of maintaining security in Kallang is split among three police divisions of the Singapore Police Force (SPF): Central Police Division, Bedok Police Division and Tanglin Police Division. Operated by the People's Association (PA) and located along Rhu Cross, PAssion WaVe @ Marina Bay offers water-themed activities. [118], The Singapore Underground Road System (SURS) was a proposed underground ring road that would encircle the Singapore city centre. The name "Kallang" can be found in roads like Kallang Road, Kallang Bahru, Kallang Tengah, Kallang Sector, Kallang Pudding Road, Kallang Walk, Jalan Lembah Kallang, etc. In Kallang, lands set aside for residential developments may be punctuated with commercial, industrial or lifestyle areas, resulting in a disjointed town layout. Today, Kallang is best known for being the location of the Singapore Sports Hub, which is home to the new National Stadium and the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The following roads connect Kallang with other parts of Singapore: Other major roads that run within the boundaries of Kallang include Kallang Road, Kallang Bahru, Geylang Bahru, Boon Keng Road, Upper Boon Keng Road, Lavender Street, Crawford Street, Republic Avenue, Kitchener Road, Bendemeer Road and Tanjong Rhu Road. Jalan Besar Stadium is considered to be the "birthplace of Singapore football",[146] and is where the Football Association of Singapore is based. [36] These residential developments are known collectively as the "Old Kallang Airport Estate", located along Old Airport Road and Dakota Crescent. [28][29] The territories which once constituted Ulu Kallang are now shared among the planning areas of Central Water Catchment, Bukit Timah and Bishan, the first of which remained as one of the least developed places in Singapore. The Kallang Squash Centre, Kallang Tennis Centre, Kallang Ground, Kallang Field and Kallang Practice Track hosted the squash, tennis, archery, softball and marathon games respectively. It … [129] This MRT line was supposed to run along the banks of the Kallang River, connecting Ang Mo Kio MRT station in the north with Lavender MRT station in the south. Kallang Ice World constructed to match competition standards, skaters will enjoy a superior ice surface with quality finishes for an unbeatable skating experience. Kallang Park Connector is part of the Park Connector Network (PCN) managed by NParks, running from Bishan Road in the north to Sims Avenue in the south, largely following the course of the Kallang River. View more. A total of 339 acres of mangrove swamp was reclaimed, and the project cost was estimated at around 9 million Straits dollars. The conserved Kallang Airport building was one of the hosting venues of the 2011 Singapore Biennale. [63] Several structures of the Kallang Airport were gazetted for conservation on 5 December 2008. The old National Stadium that once stood on the same plot of land as the current Singapore Sports Hub was the ceremony venue for the Southeast Asian Games in 1973, 1983 and 1993. Kallang Planning Area is part of the Central Region of Singapore.[10]. 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