Category: Singapore River
Every weekend, I will go for my morning walk by the Singapore River. Along the way, I will stop to take pictures of the architectures and people, especially the colourful and cheerful looking architectures at Clarke Quay. Clarke Quay is located near the mouth of the Singapore River, the centre of trade since modern Singapore
2nd Day of Lunar New Year Ever thought of starting the Year of the Rooster with the otters? Well, not on the first day of the Lunar New Year as that’s the day dedicated to the family get together. On the second day of the Lunar New Year, I was at Marina Bay area for
After spending the first day of Lunar New Year with my family, on the second day, together with my friend, we “explored” Singapore on foot to burn off some calories from all the bak kwa (a Chinese salty-sweet dried meat similar to jerky), pineapple tarts and love letters we had. We walked along the Singapore
Happy New Year! Woke up at 7 am and glad the weather was great. I went for my first morning walk of 2017. It was a beautiful morning. Took my usual route, walked along the Singapore River. Today’s walk was longer than usual. I walked for 12 km, met my friend for brunch at the
This week’s photo challenge is Edge. This picture was taken using my iPhone during one of my morning walk along the Singapore River. I could not tell how many trees there are nor how old they are, but I am sure they are very old trees and existed before the building behind them was built.
This week’s photo challenge is Edge. This picture was taken outside the Fullerton Hotel, Singapore during my morning walk along the Singapore River. Every time I see these boys playing by the edge of the River, having fun, pushing each other into the River, I will paused to think about my care free life when
This week’s photo challenge is Mirror These pictures were taken using my iPhone along Singapore River during my morning walks. Reflection of the sky, architectures and trees can be seen on the Singapore River that was once dirty in the 1970’s. What we are seeing now is a result of a 10-year clean up effort that