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Winners Show Off – Greener, Better Living in CCK Town

CCK Town has it all — beautiful nature, eco-friendly practices & spaces, and fun and family-friendly spots.

Check out our CCK Town 2024 Calendar, which is coming to your mailboxes soon. Let the 12 winners of our photo contest show you the greener, better life in this north-western part of Singapore!

1st prize ($400 NTUC FairPrice vouchers & Fujifilm Instax Mini Smartphone Printer worth over $200): Julien Kho (Brickland)

Julien discovered this ‘secret’ in CCK. Her winning entry features this enchanting, otherworldly shot of Teck Whye that clinched the first prize.The 41-year-old business development manager moved into Brickland in 2016.  On her regular jogs to keep fit, she chanced upon beautiful scenes that transported her into “a secret garden”. Her winning entry captured a lush spot in the park connector near Junction 10. It was so pretty that she stopped in her tracks to snap the ethereal shot.

Her sons, Rico, 9, and Rayden, 7, are so pleased with her win that they have told their friends to look out for their mum’s photo in the 2024 calendar!

2nd prize ($300 NTUC FairPrice vouchers & Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 Holiday Travel Kit, worth $160): Fong Nam San (Keat Hong estate)

Nature thrives in urban Singapore, proves retiree Nam San, whose serene photo of an egret enjoying its breakfast in Sungei Buloh Wetlands Reserve.   

The 64-year-old said capturing it was a serendipitous moment. He had gone to Sungei Buloh with a group of friends to try to capture some nature shots. He spotted the egret on its hunt for food and followed it to see if the bird got lucky.

He said that the bird caught a fish after 10 to 15 minutes! And immediately after he took that single snap, it flew off. So, besides the egret, Nam San got lucky too! 

3rd prize ($200 NTUC FairPrice vouchers): Bryan Goh (CCK estate)

Heartland celebrations are just as fun, as real estate agent Bryan proves with his splendid photo of fireworks over Teck Whye during the Dao Bu Keng Temple’s Nine Emperor Gods festival. The hobbyist photographer, who won the first prize last year with his sunrise shot of Little Guilin, is constantly looking for interesting ways to capture the beautiful town he lives in. He’s succeeded again this year!

4th to 12th prizes ($50 NTUC FairPrice voucher each) in random order: