A Total TaiTai Tale

Tale of a Total TaiTai who was in Beijing & Beyond and is now in Singapore & Surroundings!


Sunday Sound of Singapore – MRT Announcement

Sound on 🔈

Singapore where everything is always in 4 languages.

According to the Constitution of Singapore, the national language of Singapore is Malay, which plays a symbolic role, as Malays are constitutionally recognised as the indigenous peoples of Singapore, and it is the government’s duty to protect their language and heritage. The constitution also states that the four commonly used languages of Singapore are English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil, with the lingua franca between Singaporeans of different races being English, the de facto main language.


~~Every city has its own color, smell, sound, and vibe. While I can share the colors through photography and sometime the vibe too, I thought I would try to share with you the sounds that are so specific to Singapore. ~~

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When you travel all the way to the end of the line you go from Public Transport to Private Transport.

And as an added bonus you can take cool pictures 😉



01-May-2022: D-49 before departure

There’s metro/subway/tube and there’s the Singapore MRT.

Same same but different.

While the MRT (Massive Rapid Transport) takes you from A to B like any other underground system, it does it efficiently, safely and in one of the most clean space I have seen (the S$500 fine for drinking or eating in the MRT might also be the reason).

I have taken taken every single lines from one end to the other end. It had allowed me, with the very efficient bus system too, to discover almost every corner of Singapore.

I’m going to miss you and will think of you when I’ll ride the Parisian métro 😉


~~~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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