Archive for January, 2009

Photos from the National Museum of Singapore

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Museum Cafe
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Some pictures of Singapore after World War II when housing estate flats were first built.IMG_1088IMG_1097
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Old wedding pictures. Somehow people didn’t really smile in the pictures then. If I have to wear this, I think I rather not get married. The reddish photo was actually taken in the 70s, but yet the dressing is so traditional. If you look at 1st and 2nd black and white photos, the wedding dress is actually European looking, but yet the photo was taken before 1950.
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2 wives.
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A marriage certificate.Who designs these stuff!
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Passport. 1 passport for 1 family.
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Old camera. My grandma says she has seen these before.
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Mortar and Pestle
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Coffeeshops used to have their own colourful teacups.
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Nowadays we don’t really find adverts or phone numbers on the teacups used. In fact, most places don’t even use these type of teacups anymore, and use glass mugs instead.
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Museum dome. So pretty.

Pictures courtesy of the National Museum

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Coastal Park Connector

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We were privileged enough to see this beautiful rainbow and its reflection, on our maiden cycling trip along the Coastal Park Connector (East Coast Park to Airport). The Coastal Park Connector is one of the most peaceful and scenic spots in Singapore. It’s hard to imagine, but such places do exist in Singapore.

Jan 5, 2009 @ 0:44

Sungei Buloh Nature Reserve

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Kranji Road

Can you believe this photo was taken in Singapore?

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