More of Singapore

Hello everyone! Here are more photos of Singapore.

sign in the train “no durians!”
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Hawker centre or market – a national treasure and a unique aspect of Singapore culture. It’s a place where people from all walks of life can enjoy local and affordable food in an open-air setting.

With a surge of flavours, sights, sounds, fragrances and ethereal feel, Little India is a melting pot of all things Indian.

Sri-Mariammen temple – worship for Tamil Hindus in the country.
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Chinatown street markets with stalls selling everything from silk robes to lucky cats.

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is built in a style based on the Buddhist mandala.

Have a lovely Sunday everyone!

For: ALL SEASONS – VISITING COLORADO, The Randall Museum is Back and Better Than Ever, Jo’s Monday walk : Todos a Caminhar!

13 Comments

  1. Dorians are not that much known in the USA, but I know from my parents in Indonesia 0 all right then – no stinky fruit, lol! Heard from my Singaporian friends in school, that it is very clean there, and are very strict with laws for exhaust pipes, and no old cars! The ceilings of the restaurants are so pretty! Many thanks for sharing Singapore with All Seasons! Hope Germany is not too cold for you now:)

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  2. It’s definitely a hotch potch, isn’t it? 🙂 🙂 I love the stall with the beads and Chinese lions. What are those red patterns that look a bit like tracings? Wonderful photos, Lady Lee, and thanks for your company.

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