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Life on a Little Red Dot (Singapore)
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    Life on a Little Red Dot (Singapore)

    Here are some photography of how's life here on a Little Red Dot (Singapore). Please take note all these works are belong to the respective owner and I don't own any of them.



    Color of A Cloudy Sunset 06 (Marina Bay, Singapore, 2009)



    One Side of Life (China Town, Singapore, 2010)



    The Back of A City (Clark Quay, Singapore, 2009)
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    Ladies Marathon 10 KM 01 (with the running photographer) (Raffles Boulevard, Singapore, 2008)

    This is indeed an interesting picture that have captives me...
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    Re: Life on a Little Red Dot (Singapore)

    I am familiar with all these places shown in the photographs. But I find the history of Clarke Quay most interesting. Imagine, it used to be a row of decrepit warehouses due for demolition. And then the planners had a change of heart, and presto-- it's now home to a mix of restaurants, wine bars, entertainment spots and retail shops!

    A few years back, I and my friends used to stroll from our hotel on Victoria Street to Clarke Quay in the evening to dine al fresco there and then take a boat ride around the Merlion.That was enough to relax us.

    Do you have any photos of the Orchids Garden ( a part of Singapore Botanical Garden, I believe )? That's truly a refreshing sight!

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    Re: Life on a Little Red Dot (Singapore)

    Here are some of the pictures of Clarke Quay





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    Re: Life on a Little Red Dot (Singapore)

    I'm not too sure are these flowers in Orchids Garden, a part of Singapore Botanical Garden. Because I've not been there before even though I'm a local singaporean.



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    Re: Life on a Little Red Dot (Singapore)

    Botanical Gardens is free, Orchid Gardens need to pay S$5 to enter.
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