Kampong Buangkok

Kampong Buangkok (Chinese: 罗弄万国村; pinyin: Luónòng Wàn Guó Cūn) is a village found in mainland Singapore. Built in 1956, it was the last surviving kampong (village) located at Kampong Lorong Buangkok in Hougang, in the north eastern region of Singapore in the 21st century. A wide canal ran alongside the kampong, which links to Sungei Punggol that drains into the eastern Straits of Johor.

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... The kampong served as the main subject of interest in the documentary Selak Kain "The Last Kampong" ... to maintain their way of life in the kampong in the 21st century ... The documentary juxtaposes modernities and nostalgic kampong life to bring out the dualities of living in a kampong in a cosmopolitan city like Singapore and how both young ...