The Building

This bungalow was originally built in 1930 along with a group of other bungalows for senior British staff of the Opium Packing Plant. Although influenced by the style of other black-and-white colonial bungalows, the bungalow also bears distinct art-deco elements. In the 1990s, public interest led to the bungalow being preserved and handed over to the National Archives of Singapore to be used as a World War II interpretive Centre. Reflections at Bukit Chandu opened on 15 February 2002.