Singapore Antarctica Expedition 2000

On 31 December 1999, four adventurers from Singapore arrived at the South Pole in Antarctica after skiing for 67 days hauling 100kg sleds over 1,100km. A week later, four Singapore mountaineers summated Mount Vinson, the highest peak on the continent. The double Antarctica Expedition was part of Singapore celebrations to mark the new millennium.


Among them were Robert Goh and Ang Yau Choon who skiied to South Pole. Robert was the Co-leader of the South Pole team. Edwin Siew and Mok Ying Jang were in the Vinson team, of which Mok was the leader.