A recent project which added to my list of heritage walls.
This is at the dining area of a sheltered home for women. It’s been there for several years and recently renovated. The entire third floor belongs to this home and run by the Singapore Buddhist Welfare Services. Originally, there were 15 residents out of which only 8 remain. These are either single women or have a valid reason for being housed there. They are very well taken care of and their daily routine is regimented which starts with an exercise program in the morning followed by lunch and rest thereafter. In the afternoon, they may have either karaoke or watch television or they play some table games. Some may have visitors during the day.
Approval is required if you wish to just go see and take pictures of the walls. Private message or email me so I can get in touch with the relevant people to give your permission to visit the place.
Location: Happy Villa, Blk 1, Tangjong Pagar Plaza, #03-50.
Duration: 3.5 days
Dimensions: 2 walls approx. 9 ft x 4.5 ft