Singapore Trip: Visit To National University of Singapore NUS

#1: Walkway with huge slanted column.

Singapore Trip: Visit To National University of Singapore NUS – During my trip to Singapore in last November, I went to visit my brother’s place and school which is the National University Of Singapore at Clementi. He studies and lives at the hostel of the university. I went to walk around the place where he lives – UTown @ NUS, a newly opened campus of NUS, housing the Residential Colleges, Graduate Residence, largest 24 hours Starbucks Coffee outlet in Singapore as well as the Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise (CREATE). The UTown feels very much like modern office blocks to me.

The campus is so much cooler and bigger when compare to Malaysia’s University like the UM, USM, or the university that I am studying in – Taylor’s University. However, you need to be good in order to get in to National University Of Singapore. Somehow, if I am given a chance to choose, I prefer studying abroad further away, US or UK perhaps, schools at those country have a long history and reflects a true campus life.

#2: UTown @ NUS.

#3: Longest private link bridge in Singapore, connecting Utown to NUS main campus.

#4: ETA of campus shuttle bus. Cool right?


#6: Cinnamon College, one of the Residential Colleges.


#8: Buildings in Singapore is pretty much alike in Malaysia.



#10: Buono Vista, closest MRT station to NUS.



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Nick is an interior designer and tech enthusiast based in Penang, Malaysia who constantly exploring places, indulges great food, discovering good design and is a shutterbug. Nick usually writes about Penang, happenings, travel, food, design and personal thoughts.

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