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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

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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

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Old Laundry Shop

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

Taken On : 5 Mar 2008

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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

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Backlane

Backlane of a row of shops located along East Coast Road near the old Katong Bakery shop.

Taken On : 24 Jan 2008

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This is the Tampines N2 Chinese New Year 2008 decoration. The God of Fortune is facing the T-Junction blessing those drivers waiting at the red light.

Taken On : 18 Jan 2008

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Unique Floor Tiles

Unique old floor tiles pattern outside the old Tay Buan Guan shophouse along East Coast Road. You can also see that trishaw as a display parked there. The shop now is Ramah Bebe.

Taken On : 14 Jan 2008

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