Staying cool in Singapore's tropical climate without air-conditioning

Mr Randy Chan and his wife Jancy Rahardja, both architects, and their twin children live without air-conditioning at their intermediate terrace house in Pasir Panjang.
Mr Randy Chan and his wife Jancy Rahardja, both architects, and their twin children live without air-conditioning at their intermediate terrace house in Pasir Panjang.ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

SINGAPORE - In a nation that relies heavily on air-conditioners to stay cool, there is a rare breed of homeowners who live without air-conditioning, instead relying on other ways to keep cool.

Architects Randy Chan, 48, and his wife Jancy Rahardja, 46, are one such couple.

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