Your chance to visit the Navy Museum at Changi Naval Base, and listen to Mr Mok Ly Yng share fascinating stories about Changi revealed in historical maps and charts.
One of the stories involves DPM Teo Chee Hean's facebook post on 12 March 2018, showing a rare Spanish chart depicting the area around Singapore Island and the southern part of the
Malay Peninsula. This 1778 chart was presented to DPM Teo by the Director of the Naval Museum of Madrid, Vice Admiral Fernando Zumalacárregui. The label on the eastern coast of Singapore Island was intriguing. It read: barrancas coloradas, or red ravines in English. In every other map or chart depicting this area, the description was almost always 'red cliff', but never before described as 'red ravines'. What could be the reason(s) for this difference?
Date: 17 Nov (Sat)
Venue: Navy Museum@Changi Naval Base, 112 Tanah Merah Coast Rd Singapore 498794
- 1500hrs – Registration open and visit Navy Museum
- 1600hrs – Opening and Presentation
- 1645hrs – Q&A
- 1730hrs – Light Refreshment and visit Navy Museum
- 1930hrs – Program ends
The talk is FREE. Registration now open!
Bus 35 services to the bus stop near the Navy Museum at Changi Naval Base (CNB) ends at 1500hrs on Saturday. Therefore organiser has arranged private bus services to facilitate the participants in departing Changi Naval Base at about 1800hrs, 1845hrs and 1930hrs to Tanah Merah MRT Station after the event.
Taxi/Grab is to stop at Changi Naval Base (CNB) entrance area to drop off passenger. Do follow the instruction of the CNB security personnel.
Private vehicle could park in the vicinity of Changi Naval Base (CNB) entrance area. Do follow the instruction of the CNB security personnel.
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