Singapore 75 - Sembawang
The Sembawang district got its name from the Sembawang tree. The area was originally planned as a naval base. The bungalows west of the junction of Sembawang Road and Admiralty Road East used to be residence for the British naval officers. They were built after World War II and are characteristic of the colonial architecture of the period. The names of the minor roads within the bungalows area also reflect the previous British Naval Base: Falkland, Canada, Montreal, King's Avenue, Malta Crescent, Cyprus, St. Helena and Gibraltar Crescent.