Making waves along the coastline

Palawan Beach in Sentosa is in the foreground. Behind it is the main Sentosa island, while Pulau Brani, where a "Downtown South" resort may be built in the future, can be seen in the background.
Palawan Beach in Sentosa is in the foreground. Behind it is the main Sentosa island, while Pulau Brani, where a "Downtown South" resort may be built in the future, can be seen in the background.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

Experts throw up ideas on how to inject vibrancy into the Greater Southern Waterfront. Michelle Ng and Anjali Raguraman report

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 spans 30km of the southern coastline from Gardens by the Bay East to Pasir Panjang, with about 2,000ha of land for potential redevelopment - almost twice the size of Punggol and six times that of Marina Bay.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 24, 2019, with the headline 'Making waves along the coastline'. Print Edition | Subscribe