Tesla In Singapore? Elon Musk Says Government Not Supportive, Sparks Twitter Debate

Tesla Founder Elon Musk Says Singapore Government Not Supportive Of Electric Cars It's not often that Singapore gets mentioned by a genius-billionaire-playboy-philanthropist like Elon Musk. Casually rubbing shoulders with Iron-Man Source Except when it comes to the ongoing debate on electric cars in Singapore. Having made an earlier attempt to help Tesla cars be readily...

Cross Island MRT Line Gets You From Punggol To Pasir Ris In 15 Min,...

Singapore's latest MRT line to open by 2029.

Free MRT Ride From Tampines & City Hall If You Do 20 Squats In...

Better train hard for this.

ICA Warned S’poreans 59 Times Of Heavy Traffic To Johor Bahru In Dec Alone

ICA has a very hardworking FB page administrator.

5 NSL MRT Stations Closed For Canberra Station Opening; Shuttle Buses Are Provided

Canberra residents, your MRT station will open by 2019.

Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan Tweets Elon Musk About Tesla Car Order, Offers Helping Hand

Billionaire Min-Liang Tan Offers Help To Tesla's Elon Musk In Sweet Tweet Exchange Guess which local billionaire has joined the exclusive 'I-received-a-tweet-back-from-Elon-Musk' club? He's none other than Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, who's also hard at work on a cashless payment system for Singapore. Citing a government who was "not supportive", Mr Musk...

12 Confusing Singapore Road Signs & Markings, Explained

Better mug this if you learning driving.

There Are 6 New Ride Sharing Apps In Town. Here’s A Breakdown Of What...

6 Ride Sharing Apps Include Aspiring Upstarts And Foreign Players Uber is dead. Long live Uber. Although the American ride-sharing app's days are numbered, the constant prolongment of their exit doesn't change the fact that Singapore's ride-sharing industry is ripe for the picking. Source Here are 6 potential new entrants that are currently waiting...

Jurong East MRT Will Have Security Checks For All Passengers On 5 Apr

Keep calm, and follow instructions.



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