Old buildings and infrastructure have to be demolished to make way for the new, in the face of rapid urbanisation and development of contemporary Singapore. Old buildings and infrastructure have to be demolished to make way for the new, in the face of rapid urbanisation and development of contemporary Singapore. Here are 20 places in Singapore that no longer exist, some making their disappearances more quietly than the others. 1. Fantasy Island Source Source Where: Sentosa, where Universal Studios Singapore sits now What: An iconic attraction in the 90s, the S$54 million water theme park was opened from Dec 1994 to 2 Nov 2002. The water park’s focal point was a huge 8-lane slide with water currents so hasty it could launch riders in mid-air momentarily. The compulsory entrance fee to Sentosa, on top of Fantasy Island’s entrance fee, coupled with inaccessibility due to limited SBS buses going into Sentosa, was a deterrent for many.…

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