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  • Urban Adventures at Garden by the Bay

    Urban Adventures at Garden by the Bay
    Garden by the Bay is the newly-opened nature park by the Singapore Government. It was opened on June 29, 2012. The nearest MRT station is Bayfront MRT station. In spite my busy work schedule, I've had the chance to visit this place shortly after its opening.
  • Workshop Highlights: One Hot Frame at a Time LomoKino Workshop

    Workshop Highlights: One Hot Frame at a Time LomoKino Workshop
    We had double the fun right here in the Lomography Gallery Store Singapore and out! Here is what happened during the first LomoMatrix held in Singapore on 27th May 2012, as our LomoKino workshop participants captured this special event through their LomoKinos!
  • Black and White Marina Bay Sands

    Black and White Marina Bay Sands
    Marina Bay Sands is one of the most iconic buildings in modern Singapore. Located at Marina Bay, and featuring three skyscrapers joint at the top by a sky park, it has become the latest go-to location in town. Read on to see it in black and white!
  • The Artistic Way to Light Up the Night by the Bay

    The Artistic Way to Light Up the Night by the Bay
    Singapore’s iconic waterfront, Marina Bay, is often used as a site for events and exhibitions so when Asia’s second open air light art festival was held at Marina Bay and was open to the public, I popped by for a look.
  • 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.
  • Marina Bay Sands Sky Park

    Marina Bay Sands Sky Park
    It was my first time to go up to one of the tallest buildings in Singapore. I got a free ticket from my sister-in-law to go up the Marina Bay Sands Sky Park which offers a nice view and awesome landscapes. I highly recommend this place for those who love taking landscape photos, as long as you are willing to pay the $20 entrance fee. But remember, no tripod.