With its distinctive, red-bricked structure, the Pasir Panjang Power Station is a unique heritage venue unlike any other: Completed in 1952/1953, it is credited as one of the nation’s first engines of power before being decommissioned in the 1980s.
Gazetted as part of the Greater Southern Waterfront, the station and its sprawling surroundings are now earmarked for rejuvenation. With its steel pillars and glass panels, it’s a one-of-a-kind space with an alluringly raw, industrial feel and is easily transformable into a range of functional sections of various sizes.
Venture outside the station, you’ll discover that the Pasir Panjang area is an under-the-radar gem. It oozes enchanting serenity with its pockets of nature (Labrador Nature Reserve, HortPark and Mount Faber) and culinary bona fides.