Saying recent, these postcards are from the 60s, 70s and 80s which makes them 40 or more years old. Some of these cards are getting uncommon as few people were keen to collect them.
The message also mentions attending another Sunday market probably at Kota Belud where water buffalos were for sale. Apparently they were needed by prospective husbands who would need 1 or 2 to barter for a wife!
This card was published by S W Singapore.
The fountain was situated in the middle of a large roundabout in the business part of town. On the left was the start of Leila Rd which was named after the wife of the first Governor, Treacher. Beyond the fountain is the Town Padang with the stand for spectators. Behind that is Singapore Road, an area of important historical interest where further research should be carried out and the knowledge preserved.