On the Old tracks: Tanjong Pagar Railway Station

Singapore is a small garden city but you can be creative in spending your weekends to avoid too much spending in malls. The government was able to maximize the country’s small space to provide fun activities for its inhabitants. There are free art exhibitions everywhere, free play areas for kids, food bazaars, and bike trails.  

 
Last weekend, we went to the Old Tanjong Pagar Railway Station. It was open for a day to give way to an Art Market. Tanjong Pagar Station used to connect Singapore and Malaysia and ceased to operate last July 2011. It became a national monument since then.
   

   
  
The tracks are open once in a blue moon so we did not waste the opportunity and took some photos. Old things make me feel excited, it comes with stories.

   
    
   
Living is experiencing life as it unfolds day by day.

   
   

*original post can be found in http://www.vsco.co/mrs.krystle/journal

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