one gorgeous vehicle
Found this classic beauty parked outside our National Museum one Sunday. I rarely get a chance to see one, so I spent some time admiring it :)
It is very expensive to own a classic car in Singapore and the owner would not be able to zip around town in it as often as he wishes.
Classic cars are restricted up to a maximum of 45 days (inclusive of weekends and public holidays) of usage per calendar year. The first 28 Day Licences will be issued free of charge upon registration and subsequent renewal of the vehicle’s road tax. An additional 17 Day Licences can be purchased in advance or on the day of usage at a cost of $20 per Day Licence from the Land and Transport Authority.
PhotoHunt theme : A Vehicle/Zip
I love wearing sarongs at home, it is a casual wear that keeps me cool in hot and humid Singapore. No zip or button is used.
A sarong is about a yard wide and two-and-a-half yards long, and is usually wrapped around the waist. For the men, it is worn as a kilt, and as a long skirt by the women.
Men's sarongs are in plaid or checkered patterns.
Wearing a sarong is easy and convenient. It keeps your 'jewels' airy and cool too .... as you don't have to put on underwear. hehe.....