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  • Your Neighborhood’s Boring? Look Again

    Your Neighborhood’s Boring? Look Again
    Think you got nothing to shoot? Try looking at your own neighborhood again. You’ll be surprised at what you can find if you looked hard enough.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • HortPark, Singapore

    HortPark, Singapore
    HortPark provides venues that are suitable for learning, recreation and lomography.
  • The Best Photos of Malacca, Malaysia

    The Best Photos of Malacca, Malaysia
    Malacca is the historical state of Malaysia, rich with heritage buildings, ancient landmarks, and colonial structures. Today, you can still see the imprints of British, Dutch, and Portuguese forces left behind in forts, museums, churches, and towers in Malacca. Make sure you get to visit Malacca for the cultural experience of a lifetime!
  • Chill out at the Roost Cafe

    Chill out at the Roost Cafe
    A chill-out, non-pretentious, retro looking (complete with retro furniture) cafe just for lomographers!
  • Universal Studio Singapore!

    Universal Studio Singapore!
    Universal Studio Singapore is a newly opened theme park located on the recreational island of Sentosa in Singapore. It spots several themes in the park - Jurassic park, Shrek, Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda, Mummy and even Charlie Chaplin on the old Hollywood. I had my great deal of fun for the day and shot to my hearts consent. Definitely worth a trip!
  • 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.
  • Hell-O-Ween in Universal Studios, Singapore

    Hell-O-Ween in Universal Studios, Singapore
    It was my first visit to Universal Studios last October during the "Helloween". Universal Studios Singapore held, not a costume party but turned the streets of New York into zombies galore to make you feel what it’s like to be trapped in a horror film as you run for your life in a "Carn-EVIL" of crazed clowns.
  • Buddha Tooth Relic

    Buddha Tooth Relic
    The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum (BTRTM) was founded in 2002 and situated at the cultural Chinatown. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum established the Buddhist Culture Museum, with the mission to collect, research and exhibit Buddhist artifacts from Asia region to encourage deeper understanding of Buddhism.
  • Come Down to Chinatown in Singapore

    Come Down to Chinatown in Singapore
    In the lead up to the Lunar New Year, Chinatowns everywhere (Singapore included) are constantly packed with people at any time of the day. Though charming even in its busiest moments, Chinatown is best explored early in the morning when the city is only beginning to shake off yesterday's slumber.
  • A Fruit Farm for the Big Kid

    A Fruit Farm for the Big Kid
    Malaysia is (quite literally) a stone's throw away from Singapore. Singapore is a small island in Southeast Asia and sometimes it can get a bit boring. When it does (and one lacks the thick, padded wallet for a luxurious trip overseas), we can count on our trusty neighbour, Malaysia!
  • National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge Campus

    National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge Campus
    One of three major universities in Singapore, National University of Singapore enjoys the reputation as one of the best in the region. With many buildings, new and old, forming this campus, many sights to capture! From the hidden nooks and hideouts to student hubs and bustling bazaars, lomographers have plenty of stuff to shoot!
  • The Final Destination

    The Final Destination
    The historical railway station located at Tanjong Pagar, Singapore is owned by Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB), the main railway operator of Malaysia. The station building was completed in 1932 with a spacious Waiting Hall with a dome roof. However, after so many years, it will soon be relocated to the Woodlands Train Checkpoint which will become operational in July 2011.
  • The Delightful Jonker Street, Malacca, Malaysia

    The Delightful Jonker Street, Malacca, Malaysia
    A must-visit attraction at the heart of Malacca.
  • Blessings of Singapore

    Blessings of Singapore
    Here is a massive collection of photos in various communities in Singapore! Taken with fellow Lomographers and photographers on our walkabouts through alleys and finding new places to see, despite having lived here all my life.
  • Marina Bay Sands: More Than Just A Casino

    Marina Bay Sands: More Than Just A Casino
    Ask any local, and perhaps the occasional tourist about Marina Bay Sands and chances are, they'll associate this place with the famous casino establishment. While the casino in MBS is its main attraction, the peripheral landmarks within its vicinity deserve attention too.
  • 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.
  • Caramel Cafe: A Hidden Find

    Caramel Cafe: A Hidden Find
    Tucked away in a perfectly unassuming building along Beach Road, Caramel Café is the perfect place to head to when seeking respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life in Singapore.
  • The Curious Happenings on Ann Siang Hill

    The Curious Happenings on Ann Siang Hill
    From vintage thrift stores to quaint little coffee shops, everyone will find something to love at Ann Siang Hill. Whether you are a strapping fashionista, amateur foodie, rah-rah nature lover or a random 'I-will-never-actually-use-it'-knickknack collector (let's be honest, who isn't?), Ann Siang Hill will not disappoint!

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