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  • Shophouses at Katong, Singapore

    Shophouses at Katong, Singapore
    Singapore may not have Gaudi or Gehry, but we've managed to hang on to some of our heritage architecture.
  • Little India at Night, Singapore

    Little India at Night, Singapore
    Day or night, Little India in Singapore is always packed and offers the curious things to look at and lomographers things to shoot at!
  • Geylang Serai Two Festivals in One Place!

    Geylang Serai Two Festivals in One Place!
    Singapore is a multi-racial, multi-religion country. The fun of it is that we get to experience, share and taste the festivals of our friends and neighbors of different ethnicity or religions. I took one such walk down Geylang Serai at the start of the Ramadan Festival and came away with an urban adventure!
  • Lau Pa Sat After Office Hours

    Lau Pa Sat After Office Hours
    In the day, Singapore's Central Business District is buzzing with people moving in and out of offices in skyscrapers, traffic zipping along its arteries and veins and heaving with office workers trying to get through the day. At night, it is a ghost of itself, withdrawing into the cover of the night, catching its breath before the clock starts up again. At the heart of it all is the Lau Pa Sat, a place which gives respite and feeds the soul both day and night.
  • The Raffles Hotel, Singapore

    The Raffles Hotel, Singapore
    Often called The Grand Dame and one of the finest hotels in the world today, The Raffles richly deserves its place as a jewel of the city in Singapore. It's not the luxe lifestyle of the rich and famous that makes it a jewel, rather, its place in history, at the heart of the physical and political landscape of Singapore that makes it a true gem.