Have you even visited Singapore if you haven’t taken a picture with the Merlion at the Esplanade?
Well Jocelyn now has a proof he came to Singapore
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We finally made it to Chinatown.
After the Mosque a couple days ago, we went to the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.
It’s a beautiful temple and I always really enjoy visiting. Once again I reminded me I need to go either really early on the morning to photograph the street around and at dusk for the exterior of the temple.
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This is not how I had expected to spend part of my afternoon but give me lemons and I’ll make lemonade 😉 .
Well in my case give me a camera (my iPhone actually), a place to prop it up on (my bag and its contents) and I will find a creative outlet.
Not a part of Singapore that’s on my list of places to visit but it was quite interesting nonetheless . Tons of old LPs.
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Religion in Singapore is characterized by a diversity of religious beliefs and practices due to its diverse ethnic mix of peoples originating from various countries. Most major religious denominations are present in Singapore. A 2014 analysis by the Pew Research Center found Singapore to be the world’s most religiously diverse nation.
The Sultan Mosque, built in 1826 in the Kampong Glam district, is the oldest and one of the largest mosque in Singapore
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Back to normal posting.
It’s Monday so it should have been an “Around the Island Walk” photo but it’s still school vacation and on top of it my nephew is here for 2 weeks.
I still managed to do a 40-minute speed walk showing him around the Botanical Garden in the morning. Apparently I can’t stay await from walks anymore.
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