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♪ dreams by joakim karud ♪ feels like we're walking in our area back home at don mills & sheppard very calm. very residential. nothing much going on.


singapore city

singapore city, homesick yet? "yeah..." (jax) in a few days that we had in singapore we wanted to get a better feel for the city.

not only the central of the city and its busy areas, but also the residential areas of geylang where we staid for a few nights. it's typical suburbs: very clean, well taken care of and with so many palm trees around sometimes it even makes you feel like you're somewhere in miami. in singapore they don't have many pedestrian crossings, but they have quite a few of the bridges

to go from one side of the road to the other. it will add about hundred extra steps to your daily routine and in a hot whether it takes a lot of you. after our very long and very very hot day we went back to the hotel and had some rest. we still had a few more places on our list that we wanted to visit, so we freshened up a little and went back exploring. we decided to finish our fourth day in singapore by exploring little india.

it's a very colorful and unique place, and there are a lot of places to visit, so let us take you on a tour. walking through little indian we passed by so many vendors selling everything, from fresh fruits and vegetables, to clothing and souvenirs. most memorable to us were the flowers stalls. we were impressed with fresh flower garlands

made in the best hindu traditions for the festival season. ♪ indian music on the street ♪ if you're in the mood for some serious shopping stop by the mustafa centre. it's an enormous shopping mall open 24 hours every day and offering endless variety of souvenirs, electronics and clothing. unfortunately we didn't have enough time to visit mustafa center.

but next time we're in singapore we'll stop by. we stopped by an old chinese colonial building called house of tan teng niah. it's one of it's kind left in the area and one of the most colorful buildings in singapore. we snapped a few pictures and get a move on before the sun sets. there are many traditional tamples with shiva outside welcoming you in,

and the abundance of shoes outside always reminds us of the local traditions. we walked through little india for over two hours just appreciating how diverse and colorful this neighbourhood is. if you get a chance to visit little india while in singapore, don't pass on this opportunity. very crazy sale! (jax) [city sound]♪ dreams by joakim karud ♪


♪ dreams by joakim karud ♪ feels like we're walking in our area back home at don mills & sheppard very calm. very residential. nothing much going on.


singapore city

singapore city, homesick yet? "yeah..." (jax) in a few days that we had in singapore we wanted to get a better feel for the city.

not only the central of the city and its busy areas, but also the residential areas of geylang where we staid for a few nights. it's typical suburbs: very clean, well taken care of and with so many palm trees around sometimes it even makes you feel like you're somewhere in miami. in singapore they don't have many pedestrian crossings, but they have quite a few of the bridges

to go from one side of the road to the other. it will add about hundred extra steps to your daily routine and in a hot whether it takes a lot of you. after our very long and very very hot day we went back to the hotel and had some rest. we still had a few more places on our list that we wanted to visit, so we freshened up a little and went back exploring. we decided to finish our fourth day in singapore by exploring little india.

it's a very colorful and unique place, and there are a lot of places to visit, so let us take you on a tour. walking through little indian we passed by so many vendors selling everything, from fresh fruits and vegetables, to clothing and souvenirs. most memorable to us were the flowers stalls. we were impressed with fresh flower garlands

made in the best hindu traditions for the festival season. ♪ indian music on the street ♪ if you're in the mood for some serious shopping stop by the mustafa centre. it's an enormous shopping mall open 24 hours every day and offering endless variety of souvenirs, electronics and clothing. unfortunately we didn't have enough time to visit mustafa center.

but next time we're in singapore we'll stop by. we stopped by an old chinese colonial building called house of tan teng niah. it's one of it's kind left in the area and one of the most colorful buildings in singapore. we snapped a few pictures and get a move on before the sun sets. there are many traditional tamples with shiva outside welcoming you in,

and the abundance of shoes outside always reminds us of the local traditions. we walked through little india for over two hours just appreciating how diverse and colorful this neighbourhood is. if you get a chance to visit little india while in singapore, don't pass on this opportunity. very crazy sale! (jax) [city sound]♪ dreams by joakim karud ♪

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