12 Jun '18, 4am

So what's the theme?

So what's the theme?

An owner of a semi-detached house in Tanah Merah who spent more than $150,000 creating a mini ‘theme park’ in his home has been ordered by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) to remove it. This comes after the agency received a complaint about the semi-detached house in Jalan Chempaka Kuning and ordered its owner to remove the decorations. Mr Cheong Boo Wee, 63, told Shin Min Daily News that after he moved into the house 25 years ago, he started placing statues of animals and cartoon characters outside his home. He also kept more than 30 parrots and converted his courtyard into a mini theme park or a mini-zoological garden as he would call it. He said: “I have always loved animals since I was young. “Ever since I moved in here, I wanted to create an attraction in the neighbourhood. Recently, there was a group of cyclist who specially rode down from Yishun to visit my theme ...

Full article: http://stomp.straitstimes.com/singapore-seen/lta-asks-res...

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