Although I never served there, I am often in Singapore and I am always amazed at how British it still is. By chance today I stumbled on a blog that had a section on old military barracks and bases. some of the old and bold may remember: Ayer Rajah Camp, formerly part of the Britishs Pasir Panjang Complex that also included the Gillman Barracks and Alexandra Camp. http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/former-ayer-rajah-camp.jpg?w=640&h=438 http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/ayer-rajah-camp-late-1970s.jpg?w=640&h=378 Beach Road Camp http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/passing-out-parade-at-beach-road-camp-1989.jpg?w=640&h=486 http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/beach-road-camp-early-2000s.jpg?w=640&h=426 Blakang Mati Artillery Barracks http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/blakang-mati-artillery-barrack.jpg?w=640&h=417 Changi Command Barracks http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/changi-commando-barracks.jpg?w=640&h=438 Haig Road Camp, (Old) Keat Hong Camp and Simon Road Camp http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/old-keat-hong-camp-under-demolition-2012.jpg?w=640&h=410 Mowbray Camp Nee Soon Camp Selarang Camp http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/selarang-camp-1969.jpg?w=640&h=290 Seletar Camp http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/abandoned-seletar-barracks.jpg?w=640&h=436 Tanglin Barracks http://remembersingapore.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/tanglin-barracks.jpg?w=640&h=461 There is a lost of the other barracks and camps at the end of the post. Remember Singapore | remember the good old daysâ¦ Memories, anyone?