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Most of the 1% of land set aside for agriculture in Singapore is situated in Lim Chu Kang / Choa Chu Kang / Sungei Tengah. This whole area is bound together by the Kranji Reservoir and is also home to the “Keranji” tree (dialium indicum), which is synonymous to us being a green forested area, with farms catering to vegetable production and nurseries.
Kranji is also world famous for being home to the Kranji War Memorial and the Kranji War Cemetery, commemorating the 30,000 soldiers who died in Singapore, Malaya, Java and Sumatra during World War II.
More importantly, the new breed of farmers encompasses varied business models, from potteries, to restaurants, to farm stays, with new ideas and a renewed vision of how the Singapore countryside should be. As such, the association was named the Kranji Countryside.
You can visit the farms and attractions on a guided tour or experience it on our own. Find out more on the attractions and places to visit on our Attractions Information and to find out more on experiences, please visit our Experiences Information
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