Updated: 22 August 2014 15:15 | By Ilsa Chan
Disappearing landmarks of Singapore

Catch a last glimpse of these landmarks before they are going... going… gone.

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In recent years, landmarks in Singapore are disappearing faster than you can say ‘Houdini’, and the latest on the chopping block is Zouk.

The club was given a reprieve after it was announced on August 21 that the 23-year-old nightspot will be given yet another extention of its tenancy at Jiak Kim Street to facilitate its relocation.

The 23-year-old nightspot had previously said it would have to call it a day if it is unable to get a three-year extension when its lease ends in 2014. Under the Urban Redevelopment Authority’s (URA) master plan, the area around Zouk has been zoned for mixed-use development.

Like Zouk, many iconic landmarks have had to make way for progress and redevelopment, and in coming months, more changes will rock Singapore’s landscape.

Catch a glimpse of these landmarks before they bite the dust.

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