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  • Rediscovering the Places (we thought) We Knew!

    Rediscovering the Places (we thought) We Knew!
    If you ask any Singaporean, the most likely response you will get is "Singapore is too small, too boring. There isn't anywhere to go anymore!" I used to think so too until I decided to look at the small things through my analogue cameras and rediscover some of the things just "hiding" from plain sight.
  • Bandar Hilir, Melaka, Malaysia

    Bandar Hilir, Melaka, Malaysia
    Melaka is located on the Western Coast of Peninsular Malaysia facing the Straits of Melaka, about 147 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur and 245 kilometers from Singapore. Melaka is actually found sandwiched between the states of Negeri Sembilan and Johor. Excellent roads from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore can reach it. Internally it is serviced by a very good network of roads leading to all the historical places of interest.
  • Haw Par Villa Re-visited (Singapore)

    Haw Par Villa Re-visited (Singapore)
    If you visit Singapore, get ready your lomo cameras and come to this amazing theme park called Haw Par Villa! It is a wonderland of beautiful landscape and colorful sculptures!
  • Reservoir in The City

    Reservoir in The City
    The Marina Barrage forms Singapore's first reservoir in the city. With a catchment area of 10,000 hectares, or one-sixth the size of Singapore, the Marina Reservoir stands as the island’s largest and most urbanized catchment.
  • I Found Another Hill in Singapore

    I Found Another Hill in Singapore
    Do you always hear your friends complain about how small Singapore is? Stop whining and start exploring! There is still a lot more undiscovered places for you to see, look, and enjoy in our tiny sunny island. And I have found my beloved Ann Siang Hill.
  • Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

    Buddha Tooth Relic Temple
    A place that will astonish you! A must go for locals and tourists alike, with its rich culture and history.
  • Yan Kit Swimming Complex DIve In!

    Yan Kit Swimming Complex DIve In!
    Nestled in the heart of the city, mere minutes away from the central business district, a relic from the past sit. From an age where black and white television was all the rage, Yan Kit swimming complex forms the micro-history of old Singapore. Dive in for more!
  • National University of Singapore, Singapore

    National University of Singapore, Singapore
    A place where the buildings are a mish-mash of the old and the new, the many interesting nooks and corners that I've discovered over the four years I've been there has made it a place I've come to grow fond of.
  • Jonker Street, Melaka

    Jonker Street, Melaka
    If you are looking at a list of “must-go” places in Melaka, you will find that Jonker Street will always be at the top of the list. It is also a highly recommended place for those who would like to discover Melaka in an interesting and interactive way. If you are planning to spend an hour there before hopping to another major attraction, think twice as it is not an ordinary “street” – one can spend a whole day there just to check out the attractive shops along the street.
  • UK Farm, Kluang

    UK Farm, Kluang
    Now we won’t need to travel all the way to Australia or New Zealand to see a flock of sheep grazing in the meadow. The grazing time, scheduled three times everyday, would definitely amaze us Malaysians as hundreds of sheep are let loose from their shed! It is a spectacular sight that can’t be missed!
  • Ride the Waves at Henderson!

    Ride the Waves at Henderson!
    Henderson Waves is a pedestrian bridge that connects Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park. Although its full length is only 274-metres, it is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore, situated 36 metres above Henderson Road.
  • Who Let the Dogs Out?

    Who Let the Dogs Out?
    Who would have expected to find a K9 Park on the rooftop of a shopping center? I didn’t. I was just exploring one of the newest shopping centers in Singapore when I discovered this rather unique feature.
  • Bandar Hilir, Melaka

    Bandar Hilir, Melaka
    One of the famous spots for tourists in Malaysia. Have a look. You will not regret.
  • Singapore Flyer

    Singapore Flyer
    The view is just amazing 165 meters above the ground!
  • Neo Tiew Abandoned Housing Estate, Singapore

    Neo Tiew Abandoned Housing Estate, Singapore
    Gone are the days Here are no housewives shopping at the wet market (which is shuttered anyway), no old men playing Chinese chess at the void decks, no children running around in the playground. The utter lack of humanity makes this place a ghost town.
  • Follow the Stars at the Marina Bay Light Walk

    Follow the Stars at the Marina Bay Light Walk
    Marina Bay is one of Singapore's gems with plenty of activities happening around it throughout the year. Such events include the Singapore National Day in August, the F1 Night Race in September, and recently, the first Youth Olympics opening and closing ceremonies. Marina Bay's latest attraction was the iLIGHT. Asia's first sustainable light art festival.
  • Singapore Marina Barrage

    Singapore Marina Barrage
    Singapore's latest attraction for both locals and tourists to learn more on Singapore's Reservoirs.
  • Swimming Without Water!

    Swimming Without Water!
    Ever wondered how to go swimming without water in the pool? Well there is a place where you can do just that; at Yan Kit Swimming Pool! I am just kidding, you can't swim without having water in the pool hahaha! But this is a very good location for lomo shooting! Yan Kit Swimming Pool was built in 1952 and it is Singapore's second public swimming pool back then. It was closed down in 2001 because maintenance was too expensive to operate.
  • Istana Garden

    Istana Garden
    Looking for a peaceful place in the busy city of Johor Bahru? Do you need a place to chill, where you can have a picnic with friends and family? Then look no further, as the Istana Garden is the perfect place for you!
  • 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.

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