Previously, I’ve shared a few posts on Ang Mo Kio Wall Murals. Those posts are mostly about the murals found in Ang Mo Kio Town Centre. But, there are more murals around the town centre. Below are some of the murals I located in the central area while walking around. When you enter Ang Mo Kio Town Centre from Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, you will first locate the street art of AMK that I shared before. Then, when you reach Central, start locating the murals that I am sharing today.
Ang Mo Kio Street Art
For me, the below mural is simply a cute and lovely moment that reminds my childhood too.
This mural is named as In between and was done by KF Lee (2020).
The longest drawing done by an individual : Guinness World Record
Below is a part of the drawing that set Guinness World Records in 2013. The original drawing was 606m long and it was done on long paper sheets by Edmund Chen. According to Asia One, he spent eight days completing the whole drawing with his attempt to set Guinness World Record as the longest drawing done by an individual.
Below are other murals I located during my walk towards the other side of Ang Mo Kio Central.
The below murals feature the daily life and history of Singapore.
I spotted another wall mural in Blk 726. It is colourful.
After spotting the above mural at Blk 726, if you walk further you can also locate the murals at Block 728, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 6. I shared those murals before. Check this post on Ang Mo Kio Murals.
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Those are some very cheerful scenes in the murals. Nice find.
Great find. Beautiful murals. I like the one with the 2 little girls the most. The hawkers murals are also good.
You found some interesting ones: I like the way there are so many different styles.
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…when I was kid many years ago, I remember making a “telephone” with two cans and some string. Thanks for the memories.
Those murals with the kids are just the cutest. The longest mural is quite pretty too, with some lovely colours.
Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Amila.
All of them are lovely but especially cute is the one with the girls talking over the cans and threads “phone”! I hope one day I can visit Singapore and see these things in person :-).
Love the street art!
Thank you very much for taking us on this walking tour in beautiful Singapore! very kind of you to leave me a comment. And it led me to your beautiful blog. I’m wishing you all the best my friend. looking forward to what you publish next. Aloha from Honolulu
I love street art and murals. It’s great to see the differences around the cities and world.
These are all lovely and the large one takes my breath away. However, the little children are my favorites.