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|Peng Kang Avenue|
| - observation|
| - highrise|
| - flag|
| - pole|
| - modern|
| - steel|
| - granite|
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The tower and the immediate surroundings are out-of bounds to public.It is used for military training and display acts during special days where the whole area is open to the public.
SAFTI stands for Singapore Armed Forces Training Institute.
The tower's 3 sides symbolise the tri-service nature of the institute ,the Army ,Navy and Air Force.
The Singapore national flag flies on the flagpole ,one of the highest on a building in Singapore.
A 265-step stairway leads up to the viewing gallery.
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