Tag Archives: Singapore Mass Rapid Transit

From Old Woodlands to New

The Woodlands of the early 20th century was an entirely rural area, filled with forest and mangrove swamps with clusters of attap huts, rubber plantations and farms. Over at Malaya, across the Straits of Johore, all that its residents could … Continue reading

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100 Things We Love About The 80s (Part 2)

Due to overwhelming responses, I have compiled another 100 stuffs (thanks to the generous feedback and contributions from nostalgia-lovers in Part 1) that remind us of the good ‘old days in Singapore during the eighties. Apologies for other things that … Continue reading

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Taking an Old Bus Ride

Bus 178 of Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (SMRT) is the oldest public bus in Singapore, taking the daily route to and fro Woodlands and Boon Lay. The Nissan U31RCN bus, running on diesel and has a body made by Fuji … Continue reading

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