9 religious leaders bless tracks for upcoming MRT Tuas West Extension


Nyi Nyi Thet | June 6, 2017 @ 12:08 pm

During a tour with the Inter-Religious Organisation (IRO), Khaw Boon Wan and the various leaders took the opportunity to pray for the new Tuas extension, which will open in about two weeks.

The IRO is a non-governmental organisation that was founded in 1949 to ensure religious harmony and peace in Singapore.

Here they are blessing the tracks.

Image from Khaw Boon Wan’s Facebook page

Just chilling in the most religious photo taken on a train.

Blessing the train again.


This same style of prayers were also used for a different type of track.

Image from F1 Singapore



Top image from Khaw Boon Wan’s Facebook page

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