This is how the morning and night of one of my Mondays looked like.
Time machine: beautiful Kitchener Road.
Singapore’s major attractions is not Marina Bay, Gardens by the Bay, or Clarke Quay. It is Ya Kun with majestic kaya-butter toast and kopi-C.
Animals walking in the City Square mall.
Taking a bus ride along Serangoon Road.
I met Sathya Sai Baba on the way.
Taknig a breath in a cozy Zhongshan park.
A great place for bird-listening in the middle of the city …
… and enjoying the colours of life.
Going out to the Esplanade Theatres with friends for the Mid-Autumn Festival (“Worshiping Moon Festival”) and listening to the guqin performance.
What an ingenious fountain!
Walking along colourful and teasing Liang Seah street at night.
A local friend took us for a dessert treat at this wonderful place.
After two years in Singapore I finally tried durian (in durian sago)! Wasn’t easy, bus I made it. I still don’t like the smell, but the sago was great.
National Library at night.
National Library: view from above.
This is magic.
From the top of Swissotel.
Boat Quay and Central Business District at night.
St. Andrew’s Cathedral somewhere down.
Marina Bay at night as the quintessence of the day.
Thank you, Singapore!