1. Abdul Gafoor Mosque
2. Bowyer Block
3. Chinese High School Clock Tower Building
An icon of Bukit Timah, the clock tower was used as a vantage point by Japanese troops during World War II.
4. Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
5. Esplanade Park Memorials
6. Former Admiralty House
7. Former Command House
8. Former House of Tan Yeok Nee
The last of the Four Grand Mansions once owned by wealthy Teochew businessmen in the 19th century, it’s currently the home of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
9. Former Keng Teck Whay Building
10. Former Nagore Dargah
11. Former Nanyang University Library and Administration Building, Memorial and Arch
12. Former Raffles College
Commissioned to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Raffles’ first landing in Singapore, it’s now known as NUS Bukit Timah Campus.
13. Former Singapore Conference Hall and Trade Union House
Witness to many significant events in Singapore’s post-independence history, it’s currently the home of the Singapore Chinese Orchestra.
14. Maghain Aboth Synagogue
15. Saint George’s Church
Originally a garrison church, Saint George’s now serves Singapore’s Anglican community.