HDB flats have grown as fast as a baby—nowadays, you won’t be able to tell the difference between an HDB flat and a condominium at first glance. Heck, HDB flats nowadays even have fancy names, sheltered car parks and beautiful gardens.
Some of them have balconies as well: something that used to be reserved only for private properties! But many years ago, HDB was…well, very HDB. If you’ve come across these images before, then congratulations: you’re old as f***.
Well, those were the days of Windows 3.1. It basically replaced MS-DOS. Don’t know what I’m talking about? Go drink some milk, kid.
Kiasu people would add one small lock. Most people just left it as it was.
HDB kitchen used to be big and used for cooking. Now, it’s used mainly to boil water.
You have to go up two steps to get into a unit then. We used to be able to play table tennis at our void deck…
…and chess as well.
These used to be kids’ heaven. Not only did they slide down the dragon, they could also build sandcastles…
Doors used to be locked by, well, locks. Real locks that are opened with keys. Closed by strong winds.
Despite how scary it looks now, this used to be our lift for years.
You didn’t see it wrong: it’s really stencilled there.
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