Ten Shots: Snappy Singapore I

One of my aims when I’m in my twenties is to budget travel as much as possible. Since I was a kid, I was obsessed with the idea of backpacking; me lugging a huge knapsack, walking everywhere and staying in budget hotels.

Staying in budget hotels hasn’t materialised, but in my two so-called solo trips to Hong Kong and Singapore, I’ve squatted and spent nil on accommodation.

In Singapore, I had the opportunity to shoot with a DSLR. This trip makes me want to bust RM2000 on a DSLR. I love photography, but I’m an amateur. In self-praise, I’d like to think I’m a good photographer, but it’s for you to judge based on my shots. No photo-editing involved!

Sri Mariamman Temple, Chinatown – Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple
Spiral staircases in a Bugis backlane
Magic hour at Clarke Quay
Old men playing Chinese chess in Chinatown
Hot Afternoon in Chinatown
Seeing Red Outside Fullerton
Last night in Singapore

Climbing the ADM at Nanyang Tech

Night Lights, Night Figures
The National Museum of Singapore

Here are ten shots. More coming up!

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