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Sunday, May 22, 2011

New uses for the carpark?

Sulaiman Kamal | 5:25 PM | Best Blogger Tips

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Singapore - Carparks seem to have found an alternative use.
Multi-storey carparks in Singapore have become an urban 'beach' of sorts for people to catch the rays.
This new sun tanning spot could have been spurred on by the recent spike in temperatures.
Just yesterday, STOMP reported that a man was spotted, sunning himself on the roof of a multi-storey carpark.
The half-naked man was spotted by a resident in the area, who quickly snapped a few shots of the oblivious sun worshipper.
In response to the contributor, fellow netizens pointed out that not many were complaining when a Chinese lady was spotted catching the rays at another multi-storey carpark in her bikini.
The roof of the multi-storey carpark seems to be a good place for many sun-related activities.
Not too long ago residents in Bukit Batok central were surprised to find someone's laundry being hung out to dry on the top level of a multi-storey carpark.
The top level of multi-storey carparks is unsheltered, making it the ideal place to be hit by direct sunlight throughout the day.
Singapore's Housing and Development Board (HDB) even has plans to convert the roofs of these carparks into green roofs and in some places even for grassroots or community activities, like taiji sessions.
But while the HDB has such community based plans, some young lovers have other ideas.
The carpark structure with its many corners has found favour with a number of couples to engage in some hot and heavy action which they believe are away from prying eyes.

As a result, Singapore's residential multi-storey carparks appear to be a unique all-in-one structure: urban beach, green space, natural laundry drier and a 'love hotel'.

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