The Cluny Road print by Lee Xin Li features Cluny Road and Cluny Court. Cluny Court was a set of two shophouses built in 1928 and earlier. It is located along Cluny Park Road, which was previously Cluny Road until around the 2000s. Cluny Road was originally built as Cross Road which connects Napier and Bukit Timah Road in 1856. It was later referred to as Cluny Road in 1864.
The building once housed a coffeeshop named Sai Nam Hng (西南园) and the upper floor housed the Heng Yew Sia Association (兴友社). The shophouse was later turned into the current Cluny Court, a boutique shopping gallery in 1997. Since Cluny Road connects with Napier Road via Evans Road, it has become a popular cycling route amongst cyclists as it could take you to the city area.
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