Singapore offshore island to take pics


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how about semakau? but i think you need permits and have to go with only a few select societies...
 

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Hey you miss out Pulau Tekong :bsmilie:
Anit not interested in takin pics of our "home boys" , been there done that....
unless those boys are in sexy 2 piece bikini, then i will take and post on " NASTY NOTTIE ARMY BOYz"
 

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how about semakau? but i think you need permits and have to go with only a few select societies...
Hi Martellr,

do u have more info on that? care to explain more details ? sounds quite interesting .....
 

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Anit not interested in takin pics of our "home boys" , been there done that....
unless those boys are in sexy 2 piece bikini, then i will take and post on " NASTY NOTTIE ARMY BOYz"
Tekong is a treasure island filled with plenty of nature photography opportunities, IIRC there are a tree or two over there that was cordoned off simply because they are so rare that it could not be found anywhere else.

I was fortunate to had participated in a simulated assault to recapture the airstrip on Pulau Sudong once, nice unspoilt sandy beach along with clear waters and corel reefs at the shallow seabed.

:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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Here (linked to a .pdf file at NEA website).
Hi 9v Orion Images,

Thanks for the link!, really very useful and interesting, once i master / improve my DSLR skills, sure wana go there take a look ...
jus wondering since it is a "land fill" - wont the whole island smell ?
 

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Hey bro, you may not want to detail your experience about Pulau Sudong.


Tekong is a treasure island filled with plenty of nature photography opportunities, IIRC there are a tree or two over there that was cordoned off simply because they are so rare that it could not be found anywhere else.

I was fortunate to had participated in a simulated assault to recapture the airstrip on Pulau Sudong once, nice unspoilt sandy beach along with clear waters and corel reefs at the shallow seabed.

:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

snowc

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Tekong is a treasure island filled with plenty of nature photography opportunities, IIRC there are a tree or two over there that was cordoned off simply because they are so rare that it could not be found anywhere else.

I was fortunate to had participated in a simulated assault to recapture the airstrip on Pulau Sudong once, nice unspoilt sandy beach along with clear waters and corel reefs at the shallow seabed.

:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
:thumbsup: Not much people remember Tekong as a nature treasure anymore now that its a miltary camp. Occasionally, you can see pink dolphins playing in the waters near the ferry terminal.
 

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Hey bro, you may not want to detail your experience about Pulau Sudong.
Not breeching any OPSEC here, mate, since I didn't exactly diverge any sensitive details etc. etc. Information regarding military exercises at Pulau Sudong can be located in the open domain since eons ago together with Google Earth revealing the infrastructure on the island.

IIRC, there was even a MINDEF/SAF TV commercial years ago featuring a portion of such an exercise with an AMX-10 rolling off a FCU at the beachhead. Exciting times.

Cheers. :D

:thumbsup: Not much people remember Tekong as a nature treasure anymore now that its a miltary camp. Occasionally, you can see pink dolphins playing in the waters near the ferry terminal.
Not to forget the indigenous fearless wild boars, pythons and occasional swimming Asian elephants. :bsmilie:
 

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