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The Heritage Route 

Points of interest 

1. Danish Seamen's Church - Established in 1984 in the Gloden Bell Mansion 

2. Alexandra Road - Named in 1864 after Queen Alexandra of Denmark (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia, 1844-1925)

3. Singapore Botanic Gardens - Danish surgeon and naturalist Nathaniel Wallich helped establish the forerunner of this garden in 1822

4. Hindhede Quarry - Named after Jens Hindhede, a businessman and tea farmer in Singapore in the 20s and 30s, and Kristian Hindhede, a civil engineer

5. Jurong Lake Gardens - Jurong Lake Gardens were redeveloped by Ramboll in 2019. It is the third national garden in Singapore, and the first national garden in the heartland.

6. Kampung Admiralty - The first-of-its-kind development in Singapore, which integrates housing for the elderly with a wide range of activities, designed by Ramboll

7. Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park - redeveloped by Ramboll in 2012

8. Royal Danish Embassy - Maintaining strong diplomatic tiesbetween Denmark and Singaporesince 1965

9. CapitaSpring - One of the highest towers inSingapore designed by Danisharchitects from the BjarkeIngels Group

10. Fort Canning Park - Singapore's first Botanic Garden was built here with help from the Danish surgeon and botanist, Nathaniel Wallich in 1822

11. National Museum of Singapore - Paintings: "Singapore from Mount Wallich at Sunrise" (1856) and "View of a House in Singapore" (1857) 

12. Wallich Street