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atotaltaitaitale:

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Some parkings in Singapore mess up with your mind.

I’m letting you think this through….

Thinking…

Thinking…

Thinking…

Yep we drive on the left side of the road yet some parkings “insist” on messing up with you and make you drive on the right side until you reach the public roads then you have to go back to left side driving.

At least this parking is well marked, which is not always a given. Plus there are a lots of one-way streets in Singapore so you barely think about the left side driving anyway.

It’s my “It’s all Messed Up” days 😉

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11-Jan-2022: D-159 before departure

I looked for this post to reblog because there was a poll on one of the Expat Wives forum on worse car parks in Singapore.

Yes indeed, not only the best rooftops for cocktails, best high teas with girlfriends, best restaurants and crowd favorite best hairdressers (for cut, color, highlights, curly hair, etc) are rated by the Expat wives, but there’s also a ranking of car parks and not all of them are created equals either so newbies need to know which car parks are to be avoided at all cost 😉

Not only they drive on the wrong side but their roads are narrow and parkings (ramps and spots) even more according the the Singapore Expat Wives 😂

PS: while I sometimes make fun of the Expat Wives (& forum) I’m grateful for them… there are a mine of informations and also endless source of entertainment.

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~~~ Just a little FYI, so for my last 200 days in Singapore I have decided to reblog, in no special order, a post from the 6 years I will have spent on the Little Red Dot. PS: you will then get 2 posts a day!! ~~~

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