Tag Archives: Seletar Camp

Looking for Bits and Pieces of Old Seletar

Seletar has changed tremendously in the past decade. The Aerospace Park is increasing well developed with many multinational companies making their investments here at the northeastern part of Singapore. It is also more accessible now with a direct route, via … Continue reading

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The Remaking of Jalan Kayu’s Church of The Epiphany

The familiar old white building of the Church of The Epiphany, located off the roundabout outside the former Royal Air Force (RAF) Seletar (later Seletar Camp) main gates, had been demolished. An Anglican church at Jalan Kayu, the Church of … Continue reading

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Sipping Teh at a Kampong Kopitiam

I was reading about the “kampong kopitiam” on the Chinese newspaper, and decided to pay a visit one morning. Looking nothing like a typical coffeeshop found elsewhere in Singapore, it actually resembles more of an old school tuckshop. Housed in … Continue reading

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Grand Mansions, Bungalows and Villas of the Past

The grand mansions and villas of yesteryear might not match the likes of the modern houses owned by the rich and famous today at Nassim Road, Ridley Park, Bukit Timah or Sentosa Cove, but they certainly had their charms in … Continue reading

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