Sorry I am unable to help, but I dun think they still have that in Singapore. 110 film are in CASSETTES form (if I dun remember wrongly), film advance from one end of the CASSETTES to another, all these while remaining in it.
The last time I used it was >25 yers ago, with a Kodak Pocket Instamatic 60.
Thanks you very much for this thread, it brings back fond memories.
had a kodak something, it's hidden in the storage somewhere, which uses 110 film.
this was a couple of yrs ago, in germany. had some fun with it, remembered that loading was quite easy, since it's cartridge based. in europe some shops still have old stocks of 110 film surprisingly. quality is cool, very much lomo like. image some were blurry, some over, some ok... well think lomo ah. ok buying the film was easy, but developing was a bitch. had to send it to someone in london to do it...
back home, i dun think in sg anyone still does it? ruby? else maybe u can try sourcing in malaysia, i did heard of some people still doing it.