I glow up in Kampong Glam. Left that place when I am 21 years old.
that's interesting!I glow up in Kampong Glam. Left that place when I am 21 years old.
yeap. it would be strange if singaporeans go ipoh to work hor.but 'neber' go back for some time di. There r only 3 to 4 decent companies to work for if u have a degree in ipoh.wkaka kurakura ipoh yan hor? sounds beri funny leh ur story
my kampong in indo more or less similar with kurakura except that we never share our house keys ..
:yes:anyway. there is nothing in my house worth stealing. my parent dont buy fancy stuff. the most ex stuff in my house is...errr....maybe the 15 yr old TV. or one old obsolete PC.
My God-mother stay in Kampung at Sugei Api APi (Pasir Ris)my house in ipoh is next to a real malay kampung with wooden huts and chickens running around. :nuts:
Its feels a bit kampungyish when im back though...although my house is concrete.:lol:
yea..my mum knows almost all the neighbours in our row and some behind. Some neighbours have our house keys and alarm code password just in case when we go outstation.
Errm.....if at nite got strange sounds will call neigbours to alert them.
Share food also lor. more variety during dinner. My mum cooks 2 dishes and give half to them and vice versa. Free cakes and fruits sometimes.
any threat from outsiders i will come out with parang
When I was a little boy, I stayed in Kampong Arang, is this considered Kampong? It stayed in a HDB 1 room flat. Today Kampong Arang is an expensive condo area. Where is it? Look for Riveredge.How many forumers here stayed in Kampong before?
I've only stayed in a shophouse along Cecil St when I was a baby. Still, I have no memory how it was like. Never knew the feeling of staying in the Kampong. What's so great about Kampong Spirit? If you have stayed in one before, what do you like about it?