Description The Singapore River is a small river in Singapore with great historical importance. The Singapore River flows from the Central Area, which lies in the Central Region in the southern part of Singapore before emptying into the ocean. The immediate upper watershed of the Singapore River is known as the Singapore River Planning Area, although the northernmost part of the watershed becomes River Valley. As the Central Area is treated as a central business district, nearly all land surrounding it is commercial. It is one of about 90 rivers in Singapore and its islands. It is the place where Raffles made as the 1st trading port in Singapore. The Singapore River is the most famous river in Singapore.
William Cho, Singapore Member Since August 2009 Artist Statement I am a freelance graphic designer/photographer. Specializes in Digital Manipulations. Loves photography, soothing music, travel, outdoors, entertainment and making people smile. Worked and travelled in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Europe, New Caledonia, Mauritius, Re-union Island, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan and japan.
Some of my works has been published in the various media like Benoy Architects (ION Orchard), "SILVERKRIS" inflight magazine (Singapore Airlines), "HERITAGE TRAILS" (Singapore Heritage Board), ACT 3 International, "SPACE FOR GOD" (Church of St Mary of the Angels), DPC Design, "WHO CARES?" (National Council of Social Service), SINGAPORE TOURISM" (Headway), "SINGAPORE EXPLORER" (Infoguide Services), Equator Bulletin(cover) – Belgrade Serbia, Tiger Beer web portal "tigertranslate", Stockholm University - Sweden, Mikoishi.com, Convertium Pte Ltd (an online agency for Contact Singapore. Contact Singapore is a unit under Singapore's Economic Development Board), "grandevie" tourism magazine (http:www.grandevie.eu), www.asianz.org.nz/