Some remnants from the past: spiral staircases at the back of shophouses. Shophouses are usually two or three storyed buildings, with the ground floor occupying businesses (shops) and residential space (houses) in the upper floors. The spiral staircases at the rear of the house were for night soil carriers to collect the buckets from different households, without entering the main premises. Other than that, they also served as a means of fire escape.
And the new additions are, of course, all those air handling units of air conditioners.
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