Has anyone else noticed the lack of clocks in Singapore?
I don't like wearing a watch all the time as it feels uncomfortable and also it keeps stopping! I usually refer to my mobile phone if I need the correct time when I am out.
But the realisation has crept up on me that clocks are not allowed in public!
Is this a plot like during the war in England when street signs were all covered over to fool the Nazis so they had no idea which city they were bombing?
Is it a plot to make tourists feel hungry when the stall holders urge them inside all day and night to partake of food?
The supermarket? 'Sorry we don't have a clock. Let me check my watch'
The cafe? 'We all use a watch, sorry!'
The buldings around town don't appear to have clocks above them the way they do in London and Sydney.
I wonder why?
Or is it a plot to boost sales of watches?
If I need a suit, a mobile phone or a watch I will never have a problem here.
But if I am looking for something in particular I need, then local knowledge is essential I find.
But that's a subject for another day