Dalhousie Obelisk, Singapore is one of the main traveler attractions in Singapore. This traditionally noteworthy testimonial is situated on the north bank of the Singapore River in the Central Business District. Dalhousie Obelisk is in reminiscence of the second visit of Marquis of Dalhousie who was the Governor General of India. Lord Dalhousie visited the place to bestow the recognition of the place. In admiration of that Dalhousie Obelisk was built at the center of the city. Dalhousie Obelisk was first located at Dalhousie Ghaut, which is also well-known as Dalhousie Pier. The Dalhousie obelisk is a noteworthy architecture in Empress Place and John Turnbull Thomson considered this historical commemorative plaque.