There is a growing interest in skateboarding in Singapore.
There is a community-based project called Skate SG in Singapore to nurture this culture and promote the future of skateboarding in Singapore.
Hafiz Salleh is one of the co-founders of this wonderful skateboarding community to promote the culture of skateboarding in Singapore.
He has a passion for skateboarding and he started this community to develop younger kids in skateboarding.
In the videoclip, he shared about how skateboarding can be a bonding activity that can be more than simply a hobby.
The culture of skateboarding can be tracked back more than 20 years ago around the Raffles Place in Singapore.
Raffles Place was a meeting point for street skateboarding.
I do hope you enjoy my post about the growing culture of skateboarding in Singapore that is my homeland.