Tour 3 I War Food Trail at Bukit Brown
As the Japanese army advanced down Malaya in 1941-42, fleeing refugees swelled the Singapore population to over a million. The increase in civilians, coupled with the disrupted imports, led to severe food shortages. Food was rationed and became very expensive. The Japanese authorities tried to get local people to grow their own food via the Grow More Food Campaign, which was met with limited success. They also resettled many people to farming settlements in Endau and Bahau across the Causeway. This trail looks at some of the vegetables and fruits that people planted and foraged during the Occupation.
Guides: Beng Tang and Peter Pak, All Things Bukit Brown
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