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Former People’s Action Party MP Teo Ser Luck updates his Facebook followers about his eldest son’s graduation backpacking trip.
Among those following the young Mr Teo’s achievements are current MPs Sun Xueling (Punggol West) and Lim Wee Kiak (Sembawang GRC).
In a post on Tuesday (August 23), Teo, who served three terms before retiring from politics in 2020, said his son had backpacked for more than 60 days, traveled to 16 countries and made 87 stops. rice field.
Given his limited budget, he prefers to fly and take trains, walk rather than take public transport, take night trains, and pitch tents whenever possible to save money on accommodation. did.
Indeed, in the photo, backpack-strung tents and sleepers are set against Poland’s iconic Gdansk Crane.