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Swimming Proficiency Test A typical scene in Singapore - kids taking their swimming proficiency tests. Most parents in Singapore spend a lot of time (and money)…

Wishing well I was looking at this wishing well in a temple in Chinatown when this little red flower drop into the water. I got a good shot - a wish that came…

Chinatown (Singapore) Chinatown in Singapore has lost much of its authenticity due to rapid urbanisation and not enough attention being paid to conservationism.…

The Istana Park provides a refreshing relief from the hustle and bustle of the city. A good time to visit this tiny oasis in the heart of the city is early…

I was going out of the house when I saw this shadow on the floor. I have walked past it hundreds of times but did not notice it until then. This goes to show…

Bidadari The Bidadari Cemeteries were opened in 1907. These cemeteries are multi-ethnic and religious burial grounds where Protestants, Catholics, Singhalese,…

Cycling in Singapore Owning and driving a car in Singapore is an expensive business. So for those who can't afford a car, a bicycle is an inexpensive option.…

This is the second installment of my photo-walk in Bidadari, the former multi-religious and multi-ethnic cemetries in Singapore.

Fly on the wall I was walking pass the MRT (transit subway) station when this moth on a glass wall caught my eye. What really attracted it to me was the setting…

Little India continues to fascinate me with its color and vibrance. It is a must-visit place for photographers, tourists or simply folks keen to capture a slice…

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is a dynamic and living monument to the foresight of the founding fathers of Singapore. Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of…

The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple in Chinatown, Singapore was named because it claimed to possess a tooth belong to Gautama Buddha. Some believe this tooth is a…

On a short business trip to China, I had the opportunity to visit the Great Wall. It was a quick look-see-run kind of visit. Brief as it was, it was quite an…

On a short business trip to China, I had the opportunity to visit the Great Wall. It was a quick look-see-run kind of visit. Brief as it was, it was quite an…

Jurong Bird Park is the largest bird park in the world, offering a 20.2-hectare hillside haven for 8,000 birds representing 600 species. Its Heliconia…
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