The colours of Singapore – one of my favorite photography subjects.
It’s funny but from Europe I’ve imagined Singapore as a very modern (which comes in my mind with greyish-glassyish buildings), and while it’s partly true, the Red Little Dot is so much more.
I already talked about all the beautiful green places all around the island, but another charming trait of Singapore is all the traditional colourful Peranakan shophouses all around the city. Who can see them in Little India, Emerald Hill, Chinatown, …, and of course Joo Chiat.
Joo Chiat is a small and charming neighbourhood, toward the east coast, well worth a stroll.
I arrived there early in the morning, and was welcome by singing birds on a balcony.
And of course I admire many Peranakan shophouses. All with different facades, all colourful, all full of history and charm. Here is just a few sample.
I stopped a few minutes near a very small temple, between two condos.
And like I always do, I enjoyed walking around the back streets, taking pictures of bikes (another ones of my favorites subjects) and hunting colours in every corner.
and hunting colours in every corner.
What’s your favourite part of Singapore?
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