Tuesday, July 01, 2008

The transformation of a piece of land

It brings me pleasure to share with reads of this blog one of my latest posts on Yesterday.sg: Growing up in Ang Mo Kio: From bus interchange to AMK Hub

Hear snippets about what the land which AMK Hub now sits on used to be, and witness snapshots of how that piece of land transformed from a barren piece of land to AMK Hub.

I won't promise an information post. Afterall, I had intended the photos to bring readers to a world of nostalgis, that is if readers happen to be familiar with that part of Ang Mo Kio.


Doreen said...

Emm...I only been there once, so not qualify to be nostalgic i suppose. (^_^)

eastcoastlife said...

I used to visit Ang Mo Kio when I was staying in Kovan Road. I bought my made-to-measure curtains there. I love the Western food near my favourite pots and pans store... is it called Ali Baba? :)

oceanskies79 said...

Doreen: Ah, you have been at Ang Mo Kio before!

Eastcoastlife: I remember there's a shop in Ang Mo Kio central that sells made-to-measure curtains. One of those shops have closed down. Western food near the pots and pans store.... pardon me, I can't recall any Western food stall that is called Ali Baba. There's one Western Food stall called Rasa Sayang operated by a Hainanese though.

pinkie said...

I'm there on Fridays... dun really have much memories of the town since almost my whole life is spent in ulu Woodlands and it will continue to be so ... :P