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5 places in Singapore you must visit before they close

These iconic areas of Singapore are at the end of their days. Pay them one final visit and bid them goodbye

It's a sad but inevitable fact that all good things must end, no matter how loved and irreplaceable they may be. Here are five of such spaces that we think deserve one last hurrah.

(Featured image by Hak Photography)

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3. Dakota Crescent

Another area where the kampong spirit is strong is the little neighbourhood of Dakota Crescent, which was built in the 1950s.

Located off Old Airport Road, Dakota Crescent’s cluster of low-rise flats is one of Singapore’s oldest public estates, and has not been revamped since its construction. It still sports old metal grilles and concrete latticed walls, and is fronted by a vintage playground in the shape of a dove.

Dakota Crescent is scheduled for redevelopment by the end of 2016.

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