Google’s Street View is coming to Singapore

An eagle-eyed CNET Asia reader sent CNET a picture of a silver Opel Astra complete with cameras doubling its height and the Google logo pasted on the side door. This was spotted at the junction between Dorset Road and Kampong Java Road.

Google has confirmed with CNet the Google’s Street View is coming to Singapore in the coming months.

Google Street View is a feature of Google Maps and Google Earth that provides 360° panoramic street-level views and allows users to view parts of selected cities and their surrounding metropolitan areas at ground level. When it was launched on May 25, 2007, only five American cities were included. It has since expanded to thousands of locations in the United States, France, Italy, Australia and Japan. View mashable.com top 15 Google Street Views

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