A selection of photos captured during my first visit to Singapore.
Singapore, the pearl of Southeast Asia.
Not only is Singapore home to stunning architecture and some of the world's most recognised landmarks, but Singapore also ranks as one of the safest and cleanest countries in the world. As a solo female traveller, I felt very safe walking through the streets of Singapore alone, day or night and was impressed with how surreally clean everything is.
Below is a selection of photos captured during my first visit to Singapore, along with a little bit of info about what you're viewing. I am looking forward to visiting again (albeit briefly) with Chinatown in my sights, early next year.
READ MORE: Cruising in a Bumboat along the Singapore River.
READ MORE: Boat Quay Facts.
The Ministry of Information, Communications and Arts building (as pictured above), formerly functioned as the Old Hill Street Police Station. During operation, in addition to a police station, the building also featured prison cell barracks and included living quarters for policemen and their families. Imagine being a child or teenager growing up there.
READ MORE: Colourful Clarke Quay.
READ MORE: Gardens by the Bay - Flower Dome.
READ MORE: Gardens by the Bay - Cloud Forest.
READ MORE: Gardens by the Bay - Supertree Grove