POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby map1629 » Wed May 06, 2009 3:21 pm

MFM V1.56 Feedback

1) POSB ATM
2) NTUC Fairprice
3) Open Space Carpark For 51 Old Airport Rood Food Centre
Famous Foods in this food centre as below:
Detail Information Reference Only Could Be Outdated

a) Hua Kee Hougang Famous Wan Ton Mee
#01-02
Open: 11am to 11pm, closed on Mondays
Famous for: Wonton noodles
Waiting time (peak periods): 30 minutes

b) Toa Payoh Rojak
#01-108
Open: Noon to 8pm, closed >on Sundays
Famous for: Rojak, $2/$3/$4/$5
Waiting time: 30 minutes.

c) To-Ricos Guo Shi (kway chap)
#01-135 and 01-136
Open: 11.30am to 4.30pm, closed on Mondays
Waiting time: 30 minutes

d) Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow
#01-12
Open: 11am to 11pm daily
Famous for: Fried Kway Teow,
Waiting time: 20 minutes

e) Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee
#01-32
Famous for: Hokkien noodles, $3/$4/$5
Waiting time: 40 minutes,

f) Xin Mei Xiang Prawn Mee, Lor Mee
#01-116
Open: 7am to 3pm close on certain day especially Sunday
Famous for: Lor Mee, $3/$4
Waiting time: 30 minutes

g) Meng Kee Minced Meat Noodle and Foochow Fishball
#01-103
Open: 6pm to midnight, closed on Sundays
Waiting time: 20~30 minutes


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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby epi » Wed May 06, 2009 3:50 pm

v.1.56
Some pois updated.
The existing "Choa Chu Kang Sports Stadium" poi supposed to be named "Choa Chu Kang Stadium".
See attached file.

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby dafansu » Wed May 06, 2009 9:37 pm

wrong spelling should be

singapore recreation club

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby dafansu » Wed May 06, 2009 9:58 pm

Fullerton area

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby duke17 » Wed May 06, 2009 11:54 pm

Beware of Speed Traps along Changi Coastal Road. :frus: :x

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby epi » Thu May 07, 2009 1:50 pm

v.1.56
S'pore Town Councils updated.
Please added on the Holland-Bt Panjang Town Council (Ulu Pandan Office). I could not find the location on MFM map.
Address: 170, Ghim Moh Road
#06-02, S(279621).
Tel.:(65) 64167900.
See attached file.

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby epi » Thu May 07, 2009 4:05 pm

v.1.56
The building of "Hdb Hub" is more appropriate to be named "HDB Hub". Big capital letter HDB (Housing & Development Board).
It is therefore necessary to change all names tile Hdb to HDB in this building for better understanding.
Thanks.

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby dafansu » Thu May 07, 2009 5:54 pm

epi wrote:v.1.56
The building of "Hdb Hub" is more appropriate to be named "HDB Hub". Big capital letter HDB (Housing & Development Board).
It is therefore necessary to change all names tile Hdb to HDB in this building for better understanding.
Thanks.


not sure if this is necessary, but i saw alot of poi with small cap when it's supposed to be big caps

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby epi » Thu May 07, 2009 9:31 pm

dafansu wrote:
epi wrote:v.1.56
The building of "Hdb Hub" is more appropriate to be named "HDB Hub". Big capital letter HDB (Housing & Development Board).
It is therefore necessary to change all names tile Hdb to HDB in this building for better understanding.
Thanks.


not sure if this is necessary, but i saw alot of poi with small cap when it's supposed to be big caps


Bro Sotongkia,
I will try to contribute to compile a complete list of HDB Branch Offices by use of the existing pois data with some new add on.
With the list hopefully can highlight to help you to group under the existing HDB XXXX Branch Office format.
At present there are many Hdb xxxX or xxxx Hdb Branch pois.
Personally, If it can be standardized it will be more convenient and enjoyable to search and display HDB Branch Offices available nicely.
Actually right now by HDB it can display all HDB related information without problems.
Sorry to add more work for you in this sense.
I am here just trying to contribute as I am the one who enjoy using your MFM map.
Thanks.

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Re: POIs for Singapore 2009 - April~June

Postby ccplim » Thu May 07, 2009 10:02 pm

dafansu wrote:
epi wrote:v.1.56
The building of "Hdb Hub" is more appropriate to be named "HDB Hub". Big capital letter HDB (Housing & Development Board).
It is therefore necessary to change all names tile Hdb to HDB in this building for better understanding.
Thanks.


not sure if this is necessary, but i saw alot of poi with small cap when it's supposed to be big caps


If I did not remember wrongly, the small cap is due to limitation of the mapping software. You can only get full caps if you put it in H.D.B. format #-o :-k


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