The Keropok Man takes a photo of his surroundings and shows it to you, every Mon to Fri.
I admit I am one that cannot survive without air-conditioning.Just look at all the aircon condensers. Looks like I am not the only one.
That's a fantastic photo
Blimey! That is a lot of coolers. They almost hide the buildings!
I think you are in the majority not in the minority!
excellent shot! so well captured huh? I just had a korean colleague who complained that the temp indoors in hotels in sing is just too cold for him. We were like 'what? u come from the cold cold land of seoul'. He was like 'yea, but our aircond in summer is set at 24degrees C.. u guys have it at 12degrees indoors!'
This looks like the back lanes of boat quay? The building looks like one of those skyscrapers in CBD ;-)
I belongs to the minority...lol. I prefer the fan than the air conditioning unless it is extremely hot. I guess living on the higher floors help. My two sons are like you...lol.
Wow! That is a lot of air conditioning units.How much is your electricity bill a month? When I lived in NYC with A/C, I paid roughly $45/month in winter and $80/month in summer.
the writer,thanks :-)marley,you need the coolers here in Singapore! unless it's raining. :-)Leif Hagen,Hmmmm i wonder if there's statistics available somewhere.cumi & ciki,sure or not? I thought they have this campaign in Spore that asks everything to set the aircon at 25 degrees C. I like 24C. Think it's just nice. Not too warm and not too cold :-)anon,yes! spot on!alicesg,In the day time when I am at home, I use the fan. Only when I am sleeping at night, we turn on the aircon. SCPHP,Thanks :-)Ming,Here it is summer all year long. It is around $90/month. It all depends on the oil prices too. The rates in Singapore fluctuate with the global oil prices.
Nice shot and I was really amazed with those AC units. Thanks for sharing.Brianair conditioning in Charlotte North Carolina
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