Singapore Danger Sign

The picture above shows a signboard commonly seen in construction sites or areas undergoing renovations around Singapore. It reads “DANGER-KEEP OUT in the 4 common languages, English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil.

The signboard has been around for as long as I can remember. Probably more than two decades ago. Amazing it is still been used today, though nowadays it seems to be made of better quality plastic.


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3 Responses to Singapore Danger Sign

  1. Rokku says:

    Well, i seen it at my friend`s house.
    Somehow, he stolen it and put it in his room

  2. gordon says:

    lol rokku serious? the plastic one?

  3. Anonymous says:

    from purplehaze623:

    the signboard isnt made of plastic btw.

    im wrking in the construction industry and done purchasing those before. most in singapore is made of aluminium with an extra coating.

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