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  • Heritage Shoot at Little India

    Heritage Shoot at Little India
    "Eppadi Irukkinga?" It means "How are you?" in Tamil language. The best place to go for a cultural exchange with Indians in Singapore would be in Little India. Little India is an ethnic neighbourhood located near the Upper Serangoon Road and is just behind Tekka Market, one of the famous markets and hawker centers in Singapore.
  • Urban Adventures at Sunset Way's Train Tracks

    Urban Adventures at Sunset Way's Train Tracks
    Got bored of the Bukit Timah train tracks? Try Sunset Way's train tracks, which consist of the suspended bridge that is totally gorgeous! There are many areas of the train track which you can explore around Singapore, and one of the least common is the Sunset Way's part. My friends and I are suckers for train tracks and got bored of the one near King's Albert Park, so we headed down to Sunset Way and immediately fell in love with that area!
  • Urban Adventures Near Dampsey Road

    Urban Adventures Near Dampsey Road
    Churches, abandoned buildings, vintage-looking restaurants.. etc. Are those your favorite shooting subjects? If yes, do head down to the Dampsey Road area for a walkabout that may guarantee you a fruitful trip!
  • Urban Adventures at Kranji War Memorial

    Urban Adventures at Kranji War Memorial
    Looking for a peaceful place in an urban city like Singapore? Check out the Kranji War Memorial located just a stone's throw away from the relocated Turf City!
  • Urban Adventures Around Harding Road

    Urban Adventures Around Harding Road
    Lose yourself around Harding Road in the urban city with rows of beautiful colonial houses. Harding Road possesses many beautiful colonial houses, which is a walkable distance from the prime shopping district, Orchard Road. There is only a two-directional way road which gives a very mysterious feel as it is quite uncommon in an established area. There are also fenced up areas, which are topped with rusty barbed wire that gives a feeling of the World War II period.
  • Urban Adventures at Marina Barrage!

    Urban Adventures at Marina Barrage!
    Get down to Marina Barrage in the afternoon for a fun-filled afternoon with picnics, card gaming, kite flying, and bubble blowing! Marina Barrage is a dam built across Marina East and Marina South, and has a main structure that resembles somewhat like a stadium but somehow looks like a hurricane. It has a majestic 360 degree view of both the sea and the Marina Bay area!