The Singapore Memory Project @ Jurong Regional Library (SMP@JRL) is specially created for everyone to enjoy SMP products such as videos, memories and publications. Visitors can browse the memory showcases and resources.
Highlights include a media wall where visitors can zoom in on a map of the island to explore memories and discover facts about various places.
For example, visitors can pull up information on 10 of Singapore’s oldest playgrounds which are still standing today – such as the iconic dragon playground in Toa Payoh Lorong 6, a dove-themed one in Dakota Crescent and a watermelon playground along Pipit Road.
“An exhibition like this extends its role and allows social memories and stories about the country’s past to be shared with the rest of the community,” said Mr Lim.
National Library Board Singapore