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SINGAPORE TRAVEL

Singapore, woman and her young children on the veranda of her Kampong house, Sembawang. Circa September 1983.<br />
A kampongs is a type of settlement in southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. These habitations are generally quite basic and may lack electricity, water, and gas.
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Singapore traditional kampong community 1980s
Singapore, woman and her young children on the veranda of her Kampong house, Sembawang. Circa September 1983.
A kampongs is a type of settlement in southeast Asian countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. These habitations are generally quite basic and may lack electricity, water, and gas.

Filename: SINGAPORE ASIA 1980S 11HSB-10110190.jpg
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From gallery: SINGAPORE TRAVEL
Source: Network Photographers Homer Sykes
Date: 1 Jan 1983
Location: Singapore Singapore State SINGAPORE
Credit: HOMER SYKES/NETWORK
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  • Kampong
  • House
  • Mother Children
  • SE Asia
  • Asia
  • Skyline
  • Daily Life
  • Three People
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  • Social History
  • 1983
  • 1980-1989

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