The overgrown, decaying remains of Istana Woodneuk in privately owned Tyersall Park in Singapore. Photo: Facebook The overgrown, decaying remains of Istana Woodneuk in privately owned Tyersall Park in Singapore. Photo: Facebook
The overgrown, decaying remains of Istana Woodneuk in privately owned Tyersall Park in Singapore. Photo: Facebook
Singapore

Should Istana Woodneuk, in Singapore’s ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ estate Tyersall Park, be preserved for its heritage?

  • The mansion that was once the home of the Johor royal family has fallen into disrepair and over the years there have been calls to preserve it
  • Tyersall Park was the setting of the Young family’s ancestral home in the 2018 hit movie and there is now talk that the estate could be developed into luxury homes

Topic |   Singapore
The overgrown, decaying remains of Istana Woodneuk in privately owned Tyersall Park in Singapore. Photo: Facebook The overgrown, decaying remains of Istana Woodneuk in privately owned Tyersall Park in Singapore. Photo: Facebook
The overgrown, decaying remains of Istana Woodneuk in privately owned Tyersall Park in Singapore. Photo: Facebook
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