Uniquely Singapore: Homes

Little boxes in the air that most young people can’t afford.

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Living in super close proximity with not much privacy.

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These condo units go for at least a million. That’s the cost of a little more space and privacy.

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More HDB flats. The acronym stand for Housing Development Board which is a government department which is meant to provide affordable housing.

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4 Responses to Uniquely Singapore: Homes

  1. Al says:

    HDB flats in Singapore are so neat 🙂 Surroundings are clean, lots of greens, and convenient 🙂 The units are well-ventilated and bright. They do look very comfortable to stay in….

  2. Al says:

    This is totally unrelated to the entry. But, I thought of you while reading them, and would like to share these posts with you:

    1. http://jadaye.wordpress.com/2011/02/09/singapore/
    2. http://www.jasonbonvivant.com/2011/04/travel-singapore-feb-2011-part-23.html
    3. http://www.thelongestwayhome.com/blog/page/2/

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