Posts Tagged: seletar

The Colonial Bungalows of Seletar

Built to serve the residential needs of military personnel from the British Royal Air Force (RAF) upon the completion of Seletar Airport in 1928, are a total of 378 colonial bungalows located around an area that up till today, is

The Colonial Bungalows of Seletar

Built to serve the residential needs of military personnel from the British Royal Air Force (RAF) upon the completion of Seletar Airport in 1928, are a total of 378 colonial bungalows located around an area that up till today, is

Seletar Dam: Singapore’s own little causeway

There are not many places you can fall in love with, but for me the Lower Seletar Dam is definitely one of them, not only because of its uniqueness as a mini-causeway linking Seletar to Yishun, but also because you

Seletar Dam: Singapore’s own little causeway

There are not many places you can fall in love with, but for me the Lower Seletar Dam is definitely one of them, not only because of its uniqueness as a mini-causeway linking Seletar to Yishun, but also because you

Exploring Seletar West Farmway

Located off the main road of Jalan Kayu, Seletar West Farmway is one of the three remaining Farmways left in Singapore, the other two being Pasir Ris Farmway and Murai Farmway in Lim Chu Kang.  It was once home to

Exploring Seletar West Farmway

Located off the main road of Jalan Kayu, Seletar West Farmway is one of the three remaining Farmways left in Singapore, the other two being Pasir Ris Farmway and Murai Farmway in Lim Chu Kang.  It was once home to

Cycling to Upper Seletar Reservoir

Of all the 17 reservoirs in Singapore, Upper Seletar Reservoir stands out not just because of its famous lookout tower, but also for the peace and serenity even more popular reservoirs like Macritchie and Bedok can’t provide. I’ve cycled there

Cycling to Upper Seletar Reservoir

Of all the 17 reservoirs in Singapore, Upper Seletar Reservoir stands out not just because of its famous lookout tower, but also for the peace and serenity even more popular reservoirs like Macritchie and Bedok can’t provide. I’ve cycled there