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  • MAAD (Singapore City)

    MAAD (Singapore City)
    Market of Artists and Designers, in short and commonly known as MAAD, is a market for original creative works in the field of fashion, art, craft and design. It happens on every first Saturday and Sunday of the month at the Red Dot Design Museum.
  • Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

    Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
    Prior to the settlement of Singapore the land around the inlet of Sungei Buloh, in the northwest of the main island of Singapore, was dominated by tidal mudflats and mangrove systems.
  • Oldies Over at Toa Payoh

    Oldies Over at Toa Payoh
    If we talk about old public housing in Singapore, that would be Toa Payoh. Toa Payoh (大巴窑), located in the Central Region, is one of the oldest districts in Singapore. It had the first few satellite public housing estates of Singapore built there. The name itself is Hokkien and it means "big swamp" as there was a swampy area that preceded the later development of the market garden of Chinese people there.
  • How to be a Considerate Neighbour in Singapore

    How to be a Considerate Neighbour in Singapore
    In May 2012, Singapore’s Housing & Development Board organized its first-ever Heartlands Youthoria event to educate children on how to be a good neighbor. Read on to understand why.
  • Siloso Beach

    Siloso Beach
    Siloso Beach is the place for beach volleyball, canoeing, skim boarding, mountain biking, rollerblading or simply just sun bathing or swimming. There are many stalls available for renting of canoes, bikes, roller blades, and there's four volleyball courts available on the beach free to use.
  • Kukup

    Kukup
    Now how does one get to Kukup? And why Kukup you might wonder? Kukup is the village nearest to Tanjung Piai - geographically the southernmost tip of mainland Asia (more on Tj Piai later). Since we've "road-tripped" our way to all other Peninsula states, it was about time we made it to Johor.
  • Spend an Afternoon in Geylang

    Spend an Afternoon in Geylang
    If you ask a Singaporean about Geylang, most of them will think of delicious local delights like pig organ soup, frog porridge, teochew porridge, beancurd, and many more or if not the food, then the red light district. Actually there is more to Geylang than food and the red light district where you can find many brothels. Let me show you guys some photos before I continue.
  • Urban Adventures at Geylang Area

    Urban Adventures at Geylang Area
    Head down to Geylang for a fun-filled afternoon, taking photos, and enjoy the local delicacies! Geylang has been famous for its red light district and its local delicacies. Be it a hawker or even a pimp, lifestyle in Geylang is unique to their livelihood. A simple walk around the neighbourhood gives an insight of life in the area, which is very good for doing street photography.
  • Windy Marina Barrage

    Windy Marina Barrage
    Having a bright sunny day is the one thing which we lomographers would ask for. So here I am going to introduce another place where you can get great lomo shots. It is Marina Barrage, a dam which was built in 2008 as the fifteenth reservoir in Singapore. It is located at 8 Marina Gardens Drive Singapore 018951.
  • Black and White Marina Barrage

    Black and White Marina Barrage
    The Marina Barrage is a dam in Singapore built across the mouth of the Marina Bay, creating the country's 15th reservoir and the first in the city. Since its opening in 2008, Marina Barrage has become a popular weekend destination for many people. Read on to see it in black and white!
  • Egg3 Café: Bunnies, Buns, and a Typewriter

    Egg3 Café: Bunnies, Buns, and a Typewriter
    A little gem of a find, Egg3 Café is a great place to spend your Sunday afternoon.
  • Choo Choo Train on the Railway

    Choo Choo Train on the Railway
    Choo Choo, here comes the train. Have you guys ever thought of shooting at some railways? I am quite sure most of you did right? Shooting some rusty rails, asking your friends to be the model standing on the railways, capturing the moment of the train passing by on the tracks (this is kind of dangerous) etc. So I will be introducing you guys to a place where you can shoot at railway tracks. This place is none other than Bukit Timah Railway Station which was rebuilt during the early 30s.
  • Rompin Pahang

    Rompin Pahang
    Rompin Beach is one of the most beautiful unspoiled beaches along the southern coast of Pahang. Located on the Johor-Pahang border, this beach is very near to the second largest national park in the Peninsula, Endau-Rompin National Park which is made up of a lush, pristine tropical rain forest.
  • Cable Cars

    Cable Cars
    Visiting Singapore is never complete without taking the cable car ride. Ride it from its two stations at Sentosa Island "www.sentosa.sg":www.sentosa.sg or from Mount Faber Jewel Box station "http:// www.mountfaber.com.sg/main-cablecar.htm":http:// www.mountfaber.com.sg/main-cablecar.htm The cable car provides a fantastic view of Singapore - the sweeping landscapes, the harbor, it's busy ports, cityscapes, Sentosa island - all very pretty and lomographic!
  • Chinese New Year at Sentosa, Singapore

    Chinese New Year at Sentosa, Singapore
    2011 is the year of the Rabbit and in conjunction with the Sentosa Flowers Exhibition, I had the chance to go to Sentosa Island and celebrate Chinese New Year with my family.
  • Colorful Universal Studios Singapore

    Colorful Universal Studios Singapore
    Universal Studios Singapore (USS) is the star attraction of Singapore's first Integrated Resorts (IR), Resorts World Sentosa (RWS). Since its opening in March 18, 2010, it has attracted tens of thousands of visitors.
  • Designer Housing Pinnacle

    Designer Housing Pinnacle
    They always say that designer products are the nicest, well today I will introduce you guys to a designer public housing. It is The Pinnacle@Duxtona a 2.5 hectare residential estate located at 1 Cantonment Road, Singapore. With a total of seven blocks of 50 storeys high, it is a unique project by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) as the design is of a dissimilar combination from their usual types of styles.
  • Singapore Cafe-Concepts: Nylon Coffee Roasters

    Singapore Cafe-Concepts: Nylon Coffee Roasters
    Nylon Coffee Roasters is born out of the love and passion for coffee, with a simple underlying goal: to source, roast & brew amazing coffees from around the world.
  • Singapore Cafe-Concepts: The Department of Caffeine

    Singapore Cafe-Concepts: The Department of Caffeine
    Hello Lomographers! The Department of Caffeine (D.O.C.) takes food and drink seriously, with a tantalizing drinks menu and a tempting range of edibles.
  • Come Down to Chinatown! Singapore

    Come Down to Chinatown! Singapore
    Chinatown is located in the central of Singapore beside the Outram district. The nearest MRT Station is Chinatown MRT Station.

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