Hi! It’s been a while since i last updated my #guesstheplace photo journey around Singapore. I have been researching for unique and interesting places in Singapore but since the weather isn’t exactly in my favor, it took me extra time to shoot and gather them. This week, i present to you more wall murals that i gathered across a small neighbourhood in Singapore. They are so unique and the drawings depict the old Singapore perfectly. These murals bring me back to my childhood and i hope it have the same effect on you too!
Back to my previous post, i featured some amazing and colourful buildings and wall murals across LITTLE INDIA. I didn’t know there are such amazing wall murals in Little india until now! It is definitely a must-visit place in Singapore because of its rich culture and amazing wall murals. Im sure you will have many Instagrammable photos at the end of the trip there. It is the perfect place to snap great photos and to have some amazing Indian food. But do avoid going there on Sunday as it will be more crowded than usual.
How to get there?
Just take a MRT to Little india station (NE7).
There you go! Stay tune for next #guesstheplace photo journey to discover more unique places in Singapore!
Tee is from H&M
Skirt is from Megagamie
Shoes are from Nike
Hello! YES I am back with more pictures and back view of myself around Singapore!
I simply love this place so much! So colourful, vibrant, and rich in culture. I guess you would have known by now (after scrolling through the photos) that I’m a major fan of wall murals. And I’m so delighted to find 2 of them in this place (it is rather rare to have wall murals in Singapore, just so you know)! Posing infront of them certainly makes my photographs look so much more interesting!
The second wall mural was discovered by chance when we were about to leave the place and just so happens to see it after deciding to take a short cut out to the main road. The portrait is so intriguing and mysterious, it really makes me wonder if there is a story behind it or it is just some random painting. If you happen to know the story behind it, do let me know!
Alrighty, let us backtrack to the previous #guesstheplace Photo Journey : Singapore Part 2. Have you guessed it? Yes you are right, it is at Marina Barrage, and en route to Garden by the bay. It is a popular spot for Singaporeans to fly kite there because it is spacious and windy (and definitely have one of the best views of Singapore!).
It would be somewhat inconvenient to travel there if you do not have a car. However, it is pretty near to Garden by the bay. Just take a 15-20 minutes walk (you can admire the view along the way and discover some exotic plants and flowers) from Garden by the bay towards Satay by the bay, and you will see Marina Barrage right infront of you. Best time to be there would be from 5pm onwards. It is always a good idea to watch the sunset there (and maybe have a picnic there too)!
Do share your photos of Marina Barrage with me!
Have a great week ahead! XOXO
Hope you had a nice weekend (although it is unbearably hot!). I had a fantastic weekend exploring places around Singapore! Although i have been living in Singapore for 25 years (ever since I’m born), i have to say that there are still a lot of places that i have yet to explore (don’t ask me why because i don’t know too! haha). One possible explanation would be that i shop too much in the malls to have the time to explore other natural parts of Singapore. I am glad that i decided to take up this exploration journey because it really makes me appreciate Singapore a whole lot more! Who says that Singapore lack of great venues for Instagram photos? Definitely not me!
OK back to the subject. Last week, I posted a series of photos that i took at a specific venue in Singapore (which took me almost 2 hours to reach and I had to endure some of bug bites while taking them) and i am going to reveal it now. The location of last week’s photos are taken at PUNGGOL LALANG FIELD. It is definitely not easy to find this place but I’m going to tell you how.
- Take a train to PUNNGOL MRT STATION
- Then change to LRT and alight at RIVIERA STATION
- After you tap out of the station, turn right and walk down the stairs, walk straight until there is a left turn
- Continue walking straight until you see POPEYES
- Don’t go into POPEYES, continue walking and you will see WHISK & PADDLE, there, you will see a flight of stairs down
- Go down the stairs and turn left
- After walking straight for about 10-15mins, you will see Lalang field on your left (keep a close lookout because you may miss it easily)
- Just head into it and begin snapping photos!
Alrighty, now that you know the venue of my previous post, it is time to guess the venue from this post. I guess it is not too hard right?
See you again soon!
*Top is from SOEURS , Skirt is from ZARA, Shoes are from TORY BURCH.
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