Category: Uniquely Singapore

10 Great Vintage Singapore Postcards

Collyer Quay Singapore

Singapore is a city built for getting around, from the world class (and super clean) metro, to the buses zipping here and there to the ever presenttaxi cabs, you CAN get there from here.

And there is a place in the past where coolies pulled hand carts and the motor carriages cruised the Esplanade while their businesses shipped coconuts around the world. Go back in time with us this week with a peek at the past through our collection of old post cards from Singapore’s past, and keep an eye out, there’ll be more to come!

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10 Great Postcards of Old Singapore

Singapore Botanical Gardens, 1907

Singapore, is a land that always changes, but no matter how much the landscape changes, some things remain beautifully the same… uniquely Singaporean.

Here’s a collection of old post cards from Singapore’s past, there are many more but these are the cool retro handcoloured ones. From Bugis to the Singapore Botanical Gardens, from buildings gone to momuments preserved with pride, you’ll find a lot of great images here to enjoy, and keep an eye out, there’s more to come!

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Creativity alive in Selgie!

Selegie Road

According to the legends, Selegie Road was the site of many battles during Singapore’s fabled past. The oldest tells the tale of the sacking of Temasek, in 1377, and legend tells us that the ruler of Temasek escaped via this road, which back then was merely a dirt track carved out by traders.

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