Little Grey Dot
Admin 847 14 Oct, 2015

Little Grey Dot

A prolonged spell of haze has affected Singapore this year, with forest fires in neighbouring Indonesia contributing to the hazy conditions over the past month and a half.

Air quality also reached hazardous levels in late September, which resulted in the unprecedented closure of all primary and secondary schools on Sept 25.

But the haze is not new - records show that the issue has plagued Singapore from as far back as 1972.

Steffi Koh, Wan Zhong Hao, and Yeo Kai Wen take to the streets for a look at how the haze has affected our skyline and beloved city.