Singapore’s last traditional village becomes local tourism hotspot amid coronavirus pandemic

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Singapore’s last traditional village becomes local tourism hotspot amid coronavirus pandemic” – below is their description.

    With international travel restrictions and border closures still in place because of the coronavirus pandemic, many Singaporeans are looking for places to explore within the city state. One local travel agency has been organising tours to the city’s last remaining traditional village, Lorong Buangkok kampong, hidden in the urban jungle against a backdrop of high-rise apartment buildings. Support us:

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