With its gleaming skyscrapers and smoke-filled temples — often on the same street — Singapore is a photographer’s paradise. Whether you’re doing a walking tour of Little India or hitting a hawker centre for a cheap meal, don’t forget your camera!
So simple but so tasty, chicken rice is practically the national dish of Singapore.
The riverside entertainment area of Clarke Quay is spectacular at night.
Reduced to a tourist novelty, rickshaw drivers hang around Raffles Hotel and charge more than taxis.
Soak up the sights of the Colonial District from a boat tour.
The golden dome of Sultan Mosque towers over Kampong Glam.
Two "uncles" take time for a game in Chinatown.
Nearly 200 years old, Thian Hock Keng temple is dwarfed by its neighbours.
Orchard Road: Money never sleeps.
Saris for sale on the streets of Little India.
Count on Singapore to give a high-tech twist to sunset walks on the beach!
Thirty metres higher than the London Eye, the Singapore Flyer is the world's highest ferris wheel.
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