It's not often you can visit 4 countries in one day- But that's what it feels like in Singapore. Today I could have been in China, India and Iran, never mind Singapore itself- I just love it.
It's a cultural melting pot, a slightly watered down version of Asia, complete with elements of Europe, Asia and everywhere in between.
Singapore is one of my favourite cities- not least of all because a couple of days here, feels like a little bit of civilisation, culture and big brand commercialism all rolled into one. If I'm ever in need of a culture fix, the chance to visit the theatre, museums, tourist attractions or just the chance to shop in stores that stock your size and others that sell western food, then a quick trip here is well worth it.
I spent a very leisurely day ( Actually it wasn't leisurely at all, as I walked miles) - A very meandering sort of day, wandering around the many sights and sounds of the various districts.
I'm staying in Chinatown, central, hustling, bustling and very colourful. Needless to say there are many wonderful photo opportunities but I won't bore you with them all- I'll leave that to another time- just a few to keep you going.
After China town I visited
Little India and then,
the Arab quarter.
Like I say, just a few photos, to keep you going. There's plenty more where these come from.!
Until Next time :)