Thursday, March 24, 2011

A Travelogue for Tourists and Our Future Generations


Sheng Siong Supermarket,
 Sheng Siong is a supermarket and hypermarket chain based in Singapore.
Sheng Siong was founded by Lim Hock Chee, now its Managing Director. After winding up his stall selling pork in 1985, Lim founded Sheng Siong's foremost operation in a single shophouse unit. Sheng Siong has evolved into a chain of 23 supermarkets and hypermarkets, and five food courts in Singapore. Sheng Siong has been awarded top 500 retail enterprises.
The supermarket chain has also launched a variety programme on Channel 8.
The Circle Line.

The Circle Line (CCL) is Singapore's fourth Mass Rapid Transit line, operated by SMRT Corporation. When fully open in 2011, this fully underground line will be 35.7 kilometres (22.2 mi) long with 31 stations and will become the world's longest fully automated metro line.[1] The Circle Line is coloured orange in the rail map.
As the name implies, the line is an orbital line linking all radial lines leading to the city, and also covering many parts of the Central Area. It will also include a branch line beginning at Promenade Station and ending at Marina Bay Station. Transfers to the North South Line will be provided atBishanDhoby Ghaut and Marina Bay stations, East West Line at Paya Lebar and Buona Vistastations, and North East Line at Dhoby GhautSerangoon and HarbourFront stations. The futureDowntown Line will interchange with the Circle Line at BayfrontPromenadeBotanic Gardens andMacPherson stations.

The Travelogue

This Travelogue will tell you about Places.
By Lee Yong Lin  (S103) Index 14.