|With my Philips colleagues at the Plaza Bowl. Sports is an excellent way to build bonds with colleagues from other departments.|
|Grinning from ear-to-ear as I represented my dept to receive the Inter-dept Championship trophy. This was at an event called Audio Jog held at the MacRitchie Reservoir on 24 Dec 1982.|
|This photo and several others were taken at Anson Bowl in International Plaza during a Dept gathering with dinner followed by bowling session.|
|This is a 1994 photo (from the National Archives collection) of the Orchard Cinema at Grange Road. Can you see the side entrance to Jackie’s Bowl via the door on the left side of the photo?|
|This is the Old Airport Road hawker centre. Was pleasantly surprised to discover that it is still in operation.|
6) Peace Centre – cannot recall the name of the bowling centre here.
|1993 photo (from the National Archives collection) of a rather run-down Peace Centre.|
7) Kim Seng Bowl at the Kim Seng Shopping Centre. This shopping centre has been replaced by a condominium.
|The Queenstown Bowl was located within this building which was recently demolished.|
Two other bowling alleys that I’ve been to were not commercial bowling centres. The first one was at the Shell Club on Pulau Bukum. Of course you needed friends who were working in Shell company to bring you in. The other belonged to the British military. It was a small place and was next to the Kent Theatre at Dover Road.