The Civilian war memorial is also called as “Chop sticks” because of its outlook. This memorial is constructed in remembrance of the civilians who were killed during the Japanese occupation of Singapore. The structure has four pillars measuring about 10 meters in height. It indicates the Indians, Chinese, Malays and the Eurasians who were killed during the war. Every year on 15 February a memorial service is conducted to remember the acquisition of Singapore by the japenese in 1942.
It s located on memorial park beach road.
To get there: It’s just only a short stroll from the city hall Station (EW13/NS25)