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  • Casual Poet Culture, Singapore

    Casual Poet Culture, Singapore
    Casual Poet Culture, a Singapore based multifunctional cultural label + studio was founded in 2007.
  • Tang Dynasty City, Singapore

    Tang Dynasty City, Singapore
    The $100-million theme park which spans the size of 18 football fields was one of the grandest attractions in Singapore in its heydays. It was modeled after the Tang Dynasty capital in Chang-An.
  • LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore

    LaSalle College of the Arts, Singapore
    Founded in 1984 by De La Salle educator, Brother Joseph McNally, LASALLE College of the Arts is a specialist tertiary institution leading contemporary arts education in fine art, design, media and performing arts in the Asia Pacific.
  • Singapore Flyer, Singapore

    Singapore Flyer, Singapore
    Standing at stunning 165m, the Flyer is the height of a 42-storey building – that’s some 30 metres taller than the famed London Eye. Singapore Flyer offers a breathtaking panorama of the shimmering Marina Bay waterfront and historical landmarks dotting the city skyline.
  • Down the Singapore River

    Down the Singapore River
    The mouth of the Singapore River was the old Port of Singapore, being naturally sheltered by the southern islands. Historically, the city of Singapore initially grew around the port so the river mouth became the centre of trade, commerce and finance. To this day, area around the old Singapore River mouth, the Downtown Core, remains the most expensive and economically important piece of land in Singapore. At one time, Singapore River was the very lifeblood of the colony, the trade artery, the center of commercial activity, the heart of entrepot trade, the vessel of importance, the capillaries of life.
  • Saint Andrew's Cathedral

    Saint Andrew's Cathedral
    St Andrew’s Cathedral is a distinctive and elegant institution in the heart of the civic district. Designed by Colonel Ronald MacPherson in 1856, it replaced the original church which was destroyed by two lightning strikes in 1852.
  • Katong, Singapore

    Katong, Singapore
    Katong is a residential area in the east of Singapore near the seafront. Formerly located by the sea, land was reclaimed all the way to East Coast Park to provide more land for housing and recreational purposes due to shortage of land in the late 1960s.
  • Haji Lane, Singapore

    Haji Lane, Singapore
    Haji lane is in the Kampong Glam neighborhood of Singapore. Young people frequent the shop houses along this lane for the independent fashion boutiques and Middle Eastern cafes.
  • Walk the Southern Ridges, Singapore

    Walk the Southern Ridges, Singapore
    If you enjoy walking or cycling in lush open spaces with your family and friends, do not miss the great outdoor experience that the Southern Ridges offers.
  • Asia Team 2's Customized LOMO LC-A: An Update

    Asia Team 2's Customized LOMO LC-A: An Update
    After 8 stages, this is how our team (We are the "Eyes of Asia"!) LOMO LC-A looks like. Check out Asia Team 2's LC-A look so far on its last leg!
  • A Lil' Historical Town called Melaka, Malaysia

    A Lil' Historical Town called Melaka, Malaysia
    If Malaysia is a melting pot, then Melaka(Also known as Malacca) is its cultural crucible - where six hundred years of warfare and ethnic intermarriage have formed the core of what has evolved into the modern nation. Haunted by the ghosts of battles past, Melaka is well worth a visit, even for visitors who normally bypass cultural destinations, if only to sample the several unique local cuisines and to glimpse the layers of history beneath the city's outer shell.
  • Kampung Lorong Buangkok, Singapore

    Kampung Lorong Buangkok, Singapore
    Tucked away in some corner of Yio Chu Kang, a quaint little village, called Kampung Lorong Buangkok, that's so near, yet so far from urban civilization, far from the maddening crowd and the bustling city island of Singapore.
  • Istana Woodneuk, Singapore

    Istana Woodneuk, Singapore
    Having abandoned for more than a 100 years, what we saw it however in half its glory, as the bulldozers razed it for a yet-unknown development.
  • National Museum of Singapore

    National Museum of Singapore
    Designed to be the people's museum. Presenting history and culture to redefine conventional museum experience.
  • Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

    Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
    Being near the tropics isn't helping when you want to enjoy a bit of the cooler climates in other countries with 4 seasons. At 5,000 ft (1,500 m) above sea level, Cameron Highlands is one of the highest area in Malaysia that enjoys a cool climate, with temperatures no higher than 25 °C and rarely falls below 12°C year-round. A sub-urban adventure awaits..
  • Back in Time to Old Singapore @ Pulau Ubin

    Back in Time to Old Singapore @ Pulau Ubin
    Pulau Ubin is in essence, the last 'kampong' (village) in Singapore. A stroll through Ubin takes you back to Singapore in the 1960's with the simpler pleasures of life. The slow lane starts as soon as you join the queue for the bumboat at Changi. As you arrive, all cares are left behind.
  • IKEA Where Furnitures Meet Film

    IKEA Where Furnitures Meet Film
    The concept of Do-It-Yourself and quality usually do not come together, however, this was proven wrong by this amazing furniture store called IKEA. This amazing location is also a great place for burning some films for its fantastic colors from its ranges of products. Thus, it has become favourite dining spot(They have fantastic meatballs!) and a place to chill out at night.
  • Old Seletar Camp

    Old Seletar Camp
    A series of photographs depicting colonial houses/buildings; life and flora in the beautiful, lush and wide expanse that caught my attention at the old Seletar Camp on the northern area of Singapore.
  • Chijmes

    Chijmes
    Careful restoration work has preserved much of the original structure of the convent and the chapel. After almost five and a half years of conservation and construction work, what was once the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus and the seat of education for generations of Singapore girls, has been converted into a plaza of theme retail and food and beverage outlets interspersed with ample outdoor spaces and courtyards, cloistered walls and long, covered walkways. This haven in the city hub of Singapore, now known as CHIJMES, is a S$100 million project unmatched for its location and unique ambiance.
  • The Esplanade Theatres on the Bay

    The Esplanade Theatres on the Bay
    The Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, also affectionally known to the locals as "the durian", due to its close resemblance of the strong smelling fruit, is a waterside building located on six hectares of waterfront land alongside Marina Bay near the mouth of the Singapore River, purpose-built to be the centre for performing arts for the island nation of Singapore.