Cold spring at Seletar


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I heard from a friend that there is a cold spring near/at seletar camp/area. Anyone heard of it and know the exact location? Thanks. :)
 

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What is a cold spring? Is there such thing? Sorry, I have never heard of such thing.:dunno:
 

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it is a hot spring. it is opposite chong pang, along sembawang road. specifically, at the junction of gambas avenue and sembawang road, on the side of the military camp. see and follow the signage.
 

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its actually hot spring...ahahaha

good try anyway..

but if you study geography.. a hot spring is a sign of volcano formation.. hmmmmm
 

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it is a hot spring. it is opposite chong pang, along sembawang road. specifically, at the junction of gambas avenue and sembawang road, on the side of the military camp. see and follow the signage.
Ermm.. He insisted it is a cold spring. Not the one at Sembawang.
 

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Oh, it's hot spring. In the 70s this place was owned by F & N and they marketed the spring water in bottles called Seletaris without much success.
 

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Ermm.. He insisted it is a cold spring. Not the one at Sembawang.
In the first place, is there such a thing called cold spring? I can't even find a description of it in Google. Yeah, found one - Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in Singapore Science Centre. Your friend must be pulling a fast one on you, lah. :bsmilie:
 

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In the first place, is there such a thing called cold spring? I can't even find a decription of it in Google.
Yeah. Same here. Can't find any info. Maybe it was a mistake. :)
 

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http://www.japantimes.co.jp/shukan-st/writer/singapore_sling/2002/ss20020301/ss20020301text.htm

4 springs in singapore? The one in Sembawang is one one of them, there used to be a stream or spring near Dairy Farm, heard from a taxi driver, cars like to go there to wash up. The area was bought over by a church nearby, and cleared away? Need more facts to verify this though. :bsmilie:
 

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