KTM Tanjong Pagar Train Station

Went by to KTM at Tanjong Pagar to take photos with cher! @tangenghui and @luvyun

Old School…

“Dont it always seem to go, that you dont know what you got till its gone, they pave paradise and put up a parking lot”
*Counting Crows ft Vanessa Carlton – Big Yellow Taxi

Wo Ye Ye De Lu! 😀 *My Grandpa owns this road!* *not true la huh, its just the idea that I can stand right in the middle of the road to take this photo. Thats why its as though I/my Granpa owns it. 😀


Thanks for coming by~

Be Bless

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2 thoughts on “KTM Tanjong Pagar Train Station

  1. Project 79

    The destiny of meeting The One at the railway station,
    Did you take the chance?

    The undeniable spark of the eyes of 2 strangers while waiting for the right train,
    Did you miss the chance?

    Your most memorable train journey,
    Was it a coincident or a mere accident?

    No it must be something more!

    We need your story!
    Let your fragments of memory be pieced together to form a lasting picture! It is neither a coincident nor an accident so do give your story a voice and share it with us!

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    Project 79: Share Your Story Contest!

    Do you have any memorable stories from the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station? Send it to us now.

    Share your story within 200 words, and submit it along with a photograph that best reflects the story. Entries are to be written in either English or Chinese language

    Top winning entry will get a chance to publish his or her photo as postcards in 10,000 copies – which will be distributed at more than 100 places in Singapore.

    For any further enquiries or comments. please contact Project 79 committee by email at project79.np@gmail.com or look out for us at our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Project-79/201689243185553

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