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29) Where is this sculpture?


“Chang Kuda” Sculpture

The “Chang Kuda” Sculpture happily enjoying themselves in the Singapore Botanic Gardens.  It is situated directly opposite the swan lake below a small hill.
“Chang” in Malay describes “piggyback” where “Kuda” means “horse”.  So, it literally means “piggyback on a horse”.
It is a famous childhood game during the 50s and 60s.
This is the work of Sculptor CHONG FAH CHEONG

Author: Sydney Fong

Hi, I am Sydney, a Singaporean. Making a living as an Architectural Illustrator, 3d product designer and visionary. My blog entails categories of my interest, joy, upheaval of life and its destiny. Every post has its own characteristic. It conveys a story of its own, and the life of its owner.

13 thoughts on “29) Where is this sculpture?

  1. Yes, I’ve seen this wonderful sculpture. The Singapore botanic gardens are really amazing. I love the orchids especially. :)

    • I thank you on behalf of Singapore Board of Tourism , and I personally thank you for spending time and effort to read and appreciate my post, I wish I’ll see you in my next post, cheers! – remember AddGrrainOnEarth

  2. This is marvelous, thank you for sharing it. :)

  3. Sydney,

    You show me beauty I would otherwise never see, and feel and taste.


  4. Hi Sydney,
    This picture just made me remember my childhood. Thanks for sharing.

  5. It is too far away from me so I’am lucky to see a picture from the sculpture.

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