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I’ve Moved

I have moved my blog “Images Of Singapore” to “My Images Of Singapore” with effect from 9 March 2009. All old posts will remained here. My intention is to change from WordPress to Blogspot.

Hope to see all of you there. Thank you.

Check out my new blog at “My Images Of Singapore“.

Laokokok

Coffee Club At T3

Wonder why place the toilet sign so close to the Coffee Club sign board at Changi Airport Terminal 3.

Taken On : 3 Jun 2008

Earle Swensen At T3

The America’s Earle Swensen located at Changi Airport Terminal 3.

Taken On : 3 Jun 2008

Recycling Bin At T3

Unique recycling bin at Changi Airport Terminal 3.

Photo Taken On : 3 Jun 2008

Eateries At T3

Some of the eateries at Changi Airport Terminal 3.

Taken On : 3 Jun 2008

This is a beautiful wall mural at the Changi Airport T3.

Taken On : 3 Jun 2008

T3 Trolleys From Top View

Take a look at the number of trolleys at Terminal 3 Changi Airport from top view.

Taken On : 3 Jun 2008

Somehow I don’t find it much to dine, shop and view at the new Terminal 3 Changi Airport.

Taken On : 3 Jun 2008

Orange Pillar At T3

Orange pillars located at Changi Airport Terminal 3.

Taken On : 3 Jun 2008

Queensway Shopping Centre

One of the oldest shopping centre around. I used to go there for photocopying during my poly times in the 70s. Now they have more sports and fashion shops.

Taken On : 31 May 2008

Going Bananas

This little banana tree already had a bunch of bananas! This one can be found at the Main Upgrading Office at Haig Road.

Taken On : 9 May 2008

This is the popular dumplings stall at Joo Chiat. They have another stall at Katong too.

Taken On : 1 May 2008

Dumplings Making

A popular dumplings making shop in Joo Chiat.

Taken On : 1 May 2008

Stray Cat

Typical stray cat found on top of a car in a multi-storey car park.

Taken On : 19 Apr 2008

Offerings To Ancestors

Shown here are two men helping to put the offerings to ancestors into the burner at Pek San Teng during the Qing Ming Festival.

Taken On : 13 Apr 2008

Workers Having Lunch

These two workers were having their lunch at a shed in Pek San Teng during the Qing Ming Festival.

Taken On : 13 Apr 2008

It is usually crowded at this Pek San Teng during the Qing Ming Festival or Tomb Sweeping Festival some where around April of each year.

Taken On : 13 Apr 2008

Interesting rooftop miniatures carving can be seen on some buildings at Pek San Teng.

Taken On : 13 Apr 2008

Mama Stall At Geylang

Not many Mama Stalls left in Singapore. This one can be found at Geylang, one of the Lorongs.  Mama Stall – a sundry shop or general provision stall traditionally operated by Indians, especially the Tamil ethnic group. Colloquailly refers to as “Mama Shop or Stall”, the word “Mama” means “uncle” in Tamil.

Taken On : 6 Apr 2008

A very serene environment located at the Pasir Ris Mangrove Forest.

Taken On : 26 Mar 2008

Crafty Crab At Pasir Ris

Crafty crab found in the mangrove forests at Pasir Ris.

Taken On : 26 Mar 2008

An interesting shed named TUMU at the Pasir Ris Mangrove Forests. Tumu is a mangrove flowering plant.

Taken On : 26 Mar 2008

This is the path leading to the Pasir Ris Mangrove Forests. This is near to the Car Park C.

Taken On : 26 Mar 2008

Joo Chiat Complex

This Joo Chiat Complex located at Joo Chiat Road used to be the Changi Market.

Taken On : 23 Mar 2008

This Chia Nephews Toys Mart (or in Chinese Chia Brothers, don’t know why) is located at Tan Quee Lan Street selling at sort of old toys. The DHL Hot Air Balloon used to be just opposite at the empty plot of land.

Taken On : 15 Mar 2008

Do not be mistaken with the Park View Holiday Inn Hotel, this Park View Hotel is located at Beach Road (just opposite the Shaw Tower).

Taken On : 15 Mar 2008

This is a very beautifully restored building at Liang Seah Place. I love the colour of this building.

Taken On : 15 Mar 2008

This is an aerial view of a backlane eatery taken from a flat in Jalan Besar.

Taken On : 8 Mar 2008

Aerial view of Jalan Besar looking down from top of the HDB Block 642 Rowell Road.

Taken On : 8 Mar 2008

Sim Lim Tower & OG

Sim Lim Tower and OG viewed from a distant. Both are located near the junction of Jln Besar Road and Rochor Road.

Taken On : 8 Mar 2008

Dark sky over Marine Parade apartments as viewed from Playground @ Big Splash.

Taken On : 12 Mar 2008

Apartments In Marine Parade

Like the various shapes of these apartments in Marine Parade viewed from the Playground @ Big Splash in East Coast.

Taken On : 9 Mar 2008

This is the KFC located at Playground@Big Splash in East Coast. Interesting design.

Taken On : 9 Mar 2008

A close up view of the old Big Splash without its slides at the East Coast.

Taken On : 9 Mar 2008

Life Raft On Housing Block

The life rafts probably belong to a ship chandlers’ supplies shop located at Blk.642 Rowell Road in Jalan Besar.

Taken On : 8 Mar 2008

Funeral Procession Vehicle

This is one of those decorated lorry for the Chinese funeral procession carrying mainly the bands of musicians dressed in ‘military uniforms’. This is a common sight in Singapore.

Taken On : 8 Mar 2008

This building was known as Marine Parade Community Centre when it was first built in the early 1980s and was sitting on reclaimed land. Now known as Marine Parade Community Building and Marine Parade Community Library and The Necessary Stage as well.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

Old Laundry Shop

This old laundry shop located along Ceylon Road off East Coast Road.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

Katong Mall

Katong Mall was first known as Katong People’s Complex – the so called ‘Prisons with Pipes’. Built in 1983, and now undergone probably numerous facelift and known as Katong Mall. It is located at the junction of East Coast and Joo Chiat Roads.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

Roxy Square

Located at the junction of East Coast Road and Brooke Road. Previously was the Roxy Theatre aka Roxy Cinema. It was later demolished and built into this Roxy Square in 1984.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

LAN And Gaming Shops

This LAN and Gaming shop is located at Katong Shopping Centre. Many of such shops are setting up around the island.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

This is the popular The Seafood International Market & Restaurant located at East Coast Road just before the previous Big Splash (now known as Playground @ Big Splash). I usually use this as a landmark towards Fort Road.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

Playground @ Big Splash

This is what the previous Big Splash has become – a Playground @ Big Splash. Mainly a place with a few F&B outlets and some recreational sports for the families.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

This is the ex Big Splash without its slides now. Used to be a crowded fun-filled place for youngsters and families.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

How much do we know about Katong’s rich cultural mix and its hertiage? Probably it’s good to take a stroll around this neighbourhood. You can find this signboard near the Katong Shopping Centre. There are still a few more of this signboard around Katong.

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

Door Of The 30 Meyer Road

Interesting Chinese characters carved on the door of this 30 Meyer Road house. Do you know the meaning of these Chinese characters? This is the last of this 30 Meyer Road house photo series.

Taken On : 3 Mar 2008

This view shows the other end of the 30 Meyer Road 1936 house. Funny, this end shows more Chinese characters carved on the door.

Taken On : 3 Mar 2008

This is another view of the 1936 house at Meyer Road. This view you can see the Chinese character words below the 1936 inscription.

Taken On : 3 Mar 2008

This is the close up view of the gate of that old 1936 house at Meyer Road in my previous post. Take a closer look and you can see the letters J and S and two “human head” like as gate knobs. Anyone has any idea about this house?

Taken On : 3 Mar 2008

1936 House At Meyer Road

This is an interesting old house probably built in 1936 as inscribed on the top exterior wall of the house. This is probably classified under bungalow (pls correct me if I’m wrong) and located next to the junction of Fort Road and Meyer Road (opposite Katong Park and next to the old Duke Hotel). I’m not sure what is it used for now but I will show you in the next few days, the various views of this house. The address of this house is 30 Meyer Road.

Taken On : 3 Mar 2008

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