Another building that has survived. I am not sure when was it constructed and what was its original purpose. But I can find pictures of it going back to 1948, which is saying quite a bit. In Singapore, buildings are routinely torn down to be built up in a more efficient use of space. The street on the left is Selegie Street and the one on the right is Princep Street. Another picture taken using the 'rich' setting, but to be honest, even on the dullest of cloudy days, this building manages to stand out.
I'll be travelling for a short while. Forthcoming images are enqueued.
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