Circle Line

28 04 2010

juskawaime heart circle line.. though only took it 3-4times only

It indeed shortens lots of travelling time for most pple..

So now we have 4 mrt lines.. Green (East West) Line, Red (North South) Line, Purple (North East) Line, and Orange (Circle) Line..

Circle line is half way done, big project which take yrs.. but now passengers can enjoy the cut-ride via Bishan, Serangoon and Paya Lebar. Paya Lebar interchange is done v well.. no need to walk for so long to exchange trains… just up/down 2 escalators and there it is! Nice!

And now u need not walk long distance to Suntec City – Alight at Promenade Station.. and those “bird also can’t hatch egg” places like Old Airport Road Food centre (which are more accesible by car/bus) are v accessible now by commoners like us via Dakota Station! *YEAH* Conveniently drop u at the door step! Coolz!! Anyway wants to go and eat Hokkien mee at Old Airport Road Food centre?? I love it.. =)

Nor would u feel like trapped at kallang indoor/outdoor stadium after watching concert/game/show/parade… coz waiting time for taxi and bus are horrendous.. and they are too pack!! Maybe this will give me more incentives to go buy tickets….! =)

Don’t u love it too?

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Public Holidays for Sg (Yr 2011)

27 04 2010

Love Holidays! And we need to plan early if going for any trip, booking advance ticket is cheaper esp with promotion w budget airlines..

SINGAPORE PUBLIC HOLIDAY for the Year 2011

21 April 2010

The dates for the 11 specified public holidays for 2011 are as follows:

New Year’s Day  1 January 2011 Saturday
Chinese New Year          3 February 2011

4 February 2011

Thursday

Friday

Good Friday       22 April 2011 Friday
Labour Day        1 May 2011 Sunday*
Vesak Day 17 May 2011 Tuesday
National Day 9 August 2011 Tuesday
Hari Raya Puasa 30 August 2011 Tuesday
Deepavali          26 October 2011 Wednesday
Hari Raya Haji    6 November 2011 Sunday*
Christmas Day   25 December 2011 Sunday*

* The following Monday will be a public holiday

2.   The date, 26 October 2011, for Deepavali needs to be checked against the Indian Almanac when it is available.  Should there be a change in date, the Ministry of Manpower will issue a media release to announce the change.

3.   The list of public holidays for 2011 is available on the Ministry of Manpower’s website.

DEEPAVALI DATE FOR 2010

4.   The Ministry would like to inform that there is no change to the Deepavali date this year and it remains on 5 November 2010, as previously announced. 

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