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Mandai Road | 万礼路
connects Woodlands Road and the junction of Upper Thomson Road and Sembawang Road. The road was paved in 1855. The road probably got its name from the Mandi River which first appeared in the 1828 Plan of Singapore by Captain James Franklin.
The building in the illustration is the former Nee Soon Post Office, one of the remaining structures of the former Nee Soon Village which was situated near the junction of Mandai Road, Sembawang Road and Upper Thomson Road. .
The village was named after Lim Nee Soon in 1930, Lim Nee Soon owned large tracts of rubber and pineapple plantations around the area. The village was cleared in the early 1980s. The post office is now the Mount Pleasant Vet Centre. They have kept the old mailbox.
Mandai Road is pretty hot on the Strava Global Heatmap. It leads to the Upper Seletar Reservoir and the Mandai Park Connector.
- Lee Xin Li
A3 print: 29.7cm (H) x 42cm (W)
Frame: 42.3cm (H) x 52.2cm (W)
Printed on archival paper
Each print is individually autographed by the artist.
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