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Seletar Bridge
Singapore

It's named Yishun Avenue 1 on any street maps you may find in Singapore. The locals and older folks use to call it the Seletar bridge, Selectar north link bridge, Seletar Airport bridge as it is situated right beside the Airport. A relatively unknown part of Singapore until recent developments for new aerospace industries establishments at the airport sector. 

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Alan L.

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Chargée: 12/02/2012
Mis à jour: 27/03/2012
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Tags: river; beach; travel; singapore; seletar reservoir
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