Art gallery, sky taxis and seawater lagoons: Experts say endless possibilities for Greater Southern Waterfront

The Greater Southern Waterfront stretches 30km of the southern coastline from Gardens by the Bay East to Pasir Panjang, with around 2,000ha of land for potential redevelopment - almost twice of Punggol and six times the size of Marina Bay.
The Greater Southern Waterfront stretches 30km of the southern coastline from Gardens by the Bay East to Pasir Panjang, with around 2,000ha of land for potential redevelopment - almost twice of Punggol and six times the size of Marina Bay.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

SINGAPORE - World-class art galleries, sky taxis and lagoons filled with filtered seawater in the southern part of Singapore.

These are some of the ideas from veteran urban planners and experts about what can be done to develop the Greater Southern Waterfront, which stretches 30km of the southern coastline from Gardens by the Bay East to Pasir Panjang, with around 2,000ha of land for potential redevelopment - almost twice of Punggol and six times the size of Marina Bay.

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