20 Places In Singapore That Are Now Gone Forever

15. Commonwealth Avenue Food Centre

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Where: Off Margaret Drive

What: A two-storey food centre built in 1969, it housed at least 80 stalls. With delectable local delights like Hainanese chicken rice, Teochew fishball noodle, popiah and char kway teow, Commonwealth Avenue Food Centre was always crowded during lunch hours.

If you miss this, you might also like: Chinatown Food Centre

16. Big Splash

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Where: East Coast Park

What: A former waterpark that saw a major facelift – now named Playground at Big Splash, a dining and recreation area. Build in 1977, the main attraction of Big Splash waterpark was the 85-metre long water slide, dubbed the world’s highest, longest slide. Its initial popularity declined and it closed in 2006 for redevelopment. The slides were pulled down when Big Splash reopened in March 2008.

If you miss this, you might also like: Sengkang Swimming Complex

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