Day 44 – Exploring Singapore

We began our day be walking around Little India, a vibrant and active area of Singapore located close to our lodgings. We then took the train to Chinatown, another area of Singapore rich with migrant history. Singapore is a fascinating multicultural city state which personifies a “can do” attitude. As we progressed towards the newer areas of the city (Clarke Quay and Marina Bay), I was extremely impressed with Singapore’s architectural ingenuity and cleanliness. It was awesome admiring Singapore’s many progressive landmarks today (Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands, Fountain of Wealth, War Memorial Park, etc.). We ended the day by enjoying a delicious dinner served on banana leaves in Little India.

(The various Buddhist and Hindu temples in Singapore’s Little India and Chinatown regions)

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(In my opinion, this is the coolest building in Singapore – Marina Bay Sands)

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(view from the top)

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(Merlion Park)

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(Esplanade Mall)

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(Marina Bay Shops)

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2 Responses to “Day 44 – Exploring Singapore”

  1. Beautiful and very colorful.

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