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    Anyone knows the exact location of an abandoned house in dairy farm, CCK is?
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    Are you talking about the Dairy Farm Wallace trail?Its restored into a education centre already

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    Hmm...im not sure if this the one coz i chanced upon photos of it recently in FB. u have any photos of it? If that's the case then so sad!
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    ok i tink this is it...it says "Abandoned home and old-fashioned English garden: Located slightly after the centre, this one-storey house is believed to have been built in the 1920s. There are no plans to restore it. In front of it is a small garden planted with ixora, lantanas and hibiscus, making it a popular spot for photo buffs."

    It seems like a long walk from the nearest bus stop next to Salvation Army though...any idea how long?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    ok i tink this is it...it says "Abandoned home and old-fashioned English garden: Located slightly after the centre, this one-storey house is believed to have been built in the 1920s. There are no plans to restore it. In front of it is a small garden planted with ixora, lantanas and hibiscus, making it a popular spot for photo buffs."

    It seems like a long walk from the nearest bus stop next to Salvation Army though...any idea how long?
    If you're talking about Dairy Farm,you can take bus 700/700A from Bukit Panjang bus int and alight at the last bus stop before it enters the BKE.It closer than walking from Upp Bt Timah Rd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    Anyone knows the exact location of an abandoned house in dairy farm, CCK is?
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    oh ok..thx for yr advice! But ani idea how long the walk will be?
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    yes that's the one! Thanks for providing the photo. Looks promising!
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    i hope its not trespassing into priv property? Any security guards there?
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    Default Re: Abandoned house in dairy farm, CCK?

    http://www.blogpastor.net/2010/05/wi...in-dairy-farm/

    Seems like is somewhere along the Wallace trail.

    There's a map here of the location of the trail
    http://wildsingaporenews.blogspot.co...rails-are.html

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    Its past the Wallace Education Centre. Just walk up the slope till you can see it on the right hand side.
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    Hi guys!

    Dun mind if I join in the discussion/chat.

    I find this Diary Farm abandoned house very interesting and it's perfectly ideal for my nocturne photography. However, with all the foliage that surrounded the abandoned house and in total darkness, moving around the premise to do light-paintings can be very challenging. Not to forget the mosquitoes and high humidity at night.

    I think I'll go recce the ground first on broad daylight and then I'll decide whether it's worth for the nocturne effort. Thanks for sharing the information.

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