No peace at Peace Mansion, say residents, as KTV girls working nearby move into complex

Residents of Peace Mansion are upset that new occupants, including girls who work in the next-door karaoke lounge, often make a ruckus at night.
Residents of Peace Mansion are upset that new occupants, including girls who work in the next-door karaoke lounge, often make a ruckus at night.ST PHOTO: KELVIN CHNG
People hanging around near Peace Mansion at night, which is one of reasons why residents of the apartment complex are getting riled up.
People hanging around near Peace Mansion at night, which is one of reasons why residents of the apartment complex are getting riled up.ST PHOTO: AW CHENG WEI

SINGAPORE - In the wee hours of many Sunday mornings, architect Thomas Yeo is often jolted awake by loud noises in his apartment complex.

The 43-year-old knows this means the work day has ended for many of his new neighbours, as they totter out of karaoke lounges at Peace Centre where they work to return to their homes in neighbouring Peace Mansion.

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