It’s great that Singapore’s present fleet of single-deck public buses have huge front and side windows, allowing passengers to take in plenty of the passing scenery. (I guess there’s a more practical reason - to allow them to spot their stops and not miss them.) Most models also have seats for one adult, or one adult and one child, near the boarding door. I like sitting at the one nearest to the door, as this gives me the best view of the moving scenery.
I had to wait more than a month for the Singapore Armed Forces to reopen its fitness conditioning centres from COVID-19-enforced closures, but finally - I passed my IPPT, or the annual physical fitness test for the army.
That’s a $200 reward for exercising regularly - not bad at all!