Believe it or not, even in this tiny little island there are places left undiscovered and abandoned as our nation charges forward with the booming economy. Old and tattered as they are, they hold the last fragments of the old Singapore as their stories left untold.

1. Hidden Temple Lau Sua at Bukit Brown Cemetery

Bukit Brown Cemetery is fast becoming a tourist attraction as more tour guides put them on the travel itinerary. Despite the high traffic volume swarming into the area, few know about the hidden temple right behind this historic cemetery.

2. Lorong Kampung Buangkok

The last remaining of Singapore’s kampung at its original state, Lorong Kampung Buangkok has become a prominent backdrop for many photography lovers to pose and snap photos.

3. Tanglin Hill Brunei Hostel

For many, this Brunei hostel is a place unheard of until it has been rediscovered as an abandoned building lying under the shadows surrounded by rumpled shrubbery, forgotten with each passing time. This Tanglin Hill Brunei Hostel once housed Brunei students from rich and powerful, possibly billionaires families.

4. Farmart Centre

Who says there’s nothing to do in Singapore when places like Farmart Centre are so underrated? Do not be deceived by its laidback, unembellished setting as Farmart Centre is an excellent place for a breather.

5. Pasir Ris Kids’ Kampung

Here’s to an educational playground for the kids and at the same time, for you to spend some quality family time in simple yet engaging activity. At Pasir Ris Kids’ Kampung, you can take hours to occupy yourself and your kids in different activities like fishing, feeding the rabbits and watching animal shows.

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