Monthly Archives: June 2011

Another Visit to the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station

With not much time left before the impending closure, and Sunday being the last weekend of operations of the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station, Boon Hwee and I decided to make a trip down to the station after the morning’s Green … Continue reading




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A Walk From Rail Mall to Bukit Panjang Level Crossing

Having been inspired by Jerome Lim, author of The Long and Winding Road, I was pleasantly surprised to find that he’ll be leading a walk together from the Rail Mall to the Bukit Panjang Crossing. I’ve actually walked that route … Continue reading




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Tanjong Pagar Railway Station

This weekend marks the last weekend of the train operations along the old railway system in Singapore. During the last few weekends, I’ve been photographing around the Bukit Timah Railway Station several times as I am attracted to the quaint … Continue reading




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A Walk from Bukit Timah Railway Station to Bukit Panjang Level Crossing

Inspired by the posts on Jerome Lim’s The Long and Winding Road and Tan Kar Gee’s A Journey Till the End, as well as the walk by the Green Corridor last week, I decided to explore the south side of … Continue reading




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Another Visit to the Bukit Timah Railway Station

After attending the Green Corridor walk to the Bukit Timah Railway Station last week, I decided to get Gilbert as well as another couple of friends to go there to shoot again. I also wanted to get a few shots … Continue reading




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The Pinnacles, Western Australia

Located at the Nambung National Park in Western Australia, the Pinnacles are limestone structures created 25,000 to 30,000 years ago after the sea receded and left deposits of sea shells. Over time, the surrounding sand were removed through the exposure … Continue reading




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Bukit Timah Railway Station

On 11 June 2011, the Nature Society of Singapore organised a walk along the proposed Green Corridor which aims to preserve the historic significance as well as the nature surrounding it after the KTM railway line ceases operation come 30 … Continue reading




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Perth Sunset

A few months ago, my Krisflyer points were expiring, so I decided to redeem a return ticket to the furthest place which my points will let me. This turned out to be Perth, Western Australia. I also asked a long … Continue reading




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