Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Queen's Town?

More images from last weekend's photowalk
in the Queenstown district.

Past glories.
An old KTV once occupied these premises.
Now all the glitter and gold has all disappeared.

Will such glorious architecture be seen once again
in a Singaporean housing estate? Or will we continue
to see boring blockish buildings springing up?

In Chinese, it can be a degrading word to use
against women. But in this case, it is where
families come to buy their furniture and cars.

Most housing estates in Singapore have one
of these eating places. The interesting thing
to note is, the older the estate seem to have
better food... deliciously interesting...

The island tracks are now extending to all areas of
Singapore, and in time, will connect Singapore
together in a network of under and above ground
rail system. Good or bad? We shall see...

Finding an old Telecoms sewerage cover.

Wondering what's this...

Old housing estates still holds its majesty.
Even though its old and blocky...

Top floor... penthouse... or a house of pent up... whatever...

This used to be my playground.
This used to be my childhood dreams.
This used to be the play I ran to,
whenever I was in need of a friend...
- Madonna.

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