For some Singaporeans, growing old means living across the Causeway - in a nursing home in Johor Baru.
Home operators there say about 10 percent of their clients are now Singaporeans and they are getting more enquiries from Singapore families.
Many moved their seniors or disabled relatives up north, citing more affordable care.
Some, like Mr Tan Ah Song, 70, found a better living environment there.
Yet, others, like 85-year-old Madam Minah and 90-year-old Madam Yee, had no choice.
Just who are these Singaporeans living their twilight years in another land? What are their stories?