ANG MO KIO

Literally translated from Hokkien, Ang Mo Kio means ‘Red-Haired Man’s Bridge’. The area was home to rubber plantations during the 19th century, but today it’s a buzzing town with gardens, Singapore’s largest Buddhist temple and an increasing number of trendy cafes.
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Train leaves Ang Mo Kio MRT station with door still open; station manager suspended for making error

Train leaves Ang Mo Kio MRT station with door still open; station manager suspended for making error

A headphone-toting lady was super chill about it though.

Denzy Gelato offers unusual flavors like elderflower mojito and matcha tofu in Bishan

Denzy Gelato offers unusual flavors like elderflower mojito and matcha tofu in Bishan

Almond and saffron gelato, anyone?

Elderly newspaper deliveryman killed in gruesome accident involving SBS Transit bus in Ang Mo Kio

Elderly newspaper deliveryman killed in gruesome accident involving SBS Transit bus in Ang Mo Kio

Tragic.

Tan Cheng Bock spotted having breakfast with Lee Hsien Yang for a second time at PM Lee’s ward

Tan Cheng Bock spotted having breakfast with Lee Hsien Yang for a second time at PM Lee’s ward

Political watchers are busy talking about the significance of the meeting.

Beleaguered SingPost investigating case of letters and parcels dumped in a bin at Ang Mo Kio HDB estate

Beleaguered SingPost investigating case of letters and parcels dumped in a bin at Ang Mo Kio HDB estate

Singapore Post just can’t take a break from being dumped on.

Teacher seen pulling shirt of defiant student; netizens regale stories of rougher disciplinary measures

Teacher seen pulling shirt of defiant student; netizens regale stories of rougher disciplinary measures

Folks are on the teacher’s side.

WATCH: Just a group of shredded elderly folks proving age is no excuse to not get swole

WATCH: Just a group of shredded elderly folks proving age is no excuse to not get swole

Kicking Father Time in the ass, one muscle-up at a time.

Consider the Bird Cager: Warbling the ethics of feathery companions at Kebun Baru Birdsinging Club

Consider the Bird Cager: Warbling the ethics of feathery companions at Kebun Baru Birdsinging Club

Bird up.

Singapore’s first Kellogg’s cafe opens at AMK Hub with $2 cereal bowls

Singapore’s first Kellogg’s cafe opens at AMK Hub with $2 cereal bowls

Calling all cereal lovers.

An economy rice stall in Serangoon is really getting into the Halloween spirit

An economy rice stall in Serangoon is really getting into the Halloween spirit

Tender meat and veg everywhere, life’s no fun without a good scare.