Before EZ-Link cards, these were used to pay for bus fares

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Paying for public buses was a lot different back in the days where EZ-Link cards had not been introduced.

Stomer Fazli sent Stomp a photo of old bus tickets used in Singapore in the past.

The tickets who belonged to her friend had many numbers printed on it. If you did not know what it is, you will probably thinks it is some kind of lottery slip instead of a bus ticket.

According to Remember Singapore, commuters then paid their fares through bus conductors who would issue bus tickets of different values and punch them with holes to indicate which bus stop the commuters had boarded.

Take a closer look at the tickets from the past in the gallery above.