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Kampong Buangkok, Singapore

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  • It is not easy to find Kampong Lorong Buangkok. Indeed for a visitor it is actually quite interesting to take the bus just to see a bit of out of town Singapore. We took a taxi there then for the retu...  more »
  • It is indeed a good idea to have a look at Singapore's last kampong before it disappears. Had expected it to be a little bigger- there are just few houses left and there was little going on when we vi...  more »
  • You can imagine how life was in Singapore not so long ago by watching films (like 1965, 7 letters, Long long time ago, etc), but it's good to feel it yourself by visiting the last kampong before it di...  more »
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  • Peaceful place and relax remember back when me a small kids staying in kampong
  • Transcendental place... Coming here gives me a glimpse back to Singapore's past. No one knows how long this place will remain, your guess is as good as mine. The place however feels somewhat tense, windows shut with many curtains. Almost no one could be seen from the walkway.. It really does not have the "kampong spirit" and bond between neighbours as mentioned by older generations. Its almost as though the villages are hiding in fear, fear that they may lose their precious homes. The only reason why the villagers could want to live in this place is that the kampong is of too much sentimental value to let go off. I must have been really fortunate to peek at Singapore's past of 40( or 50?)years . this just goes to show how fast our society has progressed in that short span. Who knows what awaits us in the next 40 years...
  • Small and nothing interesting. It's more like a small private land. A lot of no this and no that.
  • The only "Kampung" left on Singapore mainland
  • Last Kampung in Singapore main island.