On my way to Cambodia I made a stopover in Singapore. Upon arrival I found the weather, or rather the climate, rather oppressing and it took me a day or two to adjust to the combination of high temperature and high humidity. Singapore has an outstanding food scene, which, of course, is difficult to capture in photos. The breakfast buffet at my admittedly luxurious hotel was one of the best I've encountered and every lunch and diner I had was memorable. Fruit stalls offer a surprising variety of exotic fruit, at least exotic to me, and I couldn't resist trying each and every item. Singapore as a whole is well organised, except for the area known as Little India, which is as messy as any city in India. I don't understand why this is so, it must be a cultural thing.

Atrium Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
The atrium at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Little India, Singapore
Dirty realism in Singapore
Orchid, Botanical garden, Singapore
An orchid at the botanical garden, Singapore
Little India, Singapore
Dirty realism in Singapore
Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore
Old colonial houses against a background of a more recent apartment block in Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore
The Interlace, Singapore
The Interlace by OMA | Rem Koolhaas | Ole Scheeren in Singapore
Singapore marina by night
The SIngapore marina by night

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