Two very large murals

I discovered these two very large murals in China Square. When I started working in this area in 2016, these were not around. They are a recent addition that really brighten up the area.

SLATE

I had the most amazing lunch at Slate, a cafés Purvis Street here in Singapore earlier today! They serve the best chicken and pancakes that I have ever had! Check out my review of them here.

We’re the Furballs

I’m a dog lover. However, I’m also responsible enough to know that I do not have enough time to look after a dog with the nature of the work and my life’s demands. So I was really happy when a young friend of mine told me about Singapore’s very own dog café. “We are the …

Dinner at Monti

Had the most amazing dinner here last night! Monti is a fine dining restaurant at the Fullerton Pavilion which sits on the edge of Marina Bay looking out towards Marina Bay Sands and the Singapore Flyer. They serve some amazing food, and offer an amazing experience for special occasions! Read my review of the place …

Last bike ride of 2020 (perhaps…)

This is likely going to be my last Nike ride for 2020. Today’s bike ride took me to the recently opened Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant (KMEDP) which has a lovely rooftop garden that one can walk around and hang out. The rooftop gardens are surrounded by a series of cascades with laminar flow creating …

Serendipitous Storm-front

I got lucky this evening as a storm front passed by. This was approximately a 5 minute exposure using my iPhone XS on the moment app. Sometimes it’s a matter of being at the right time, and the right place with the right set of conditions!

Murals of Telok Ayer

Pleasantly enough, Singapore has its fair share of murals that are impeccably maintained. This one is in Telok Ayer, and is a very long one along the wall behind the Thian Hock Temple. It shows Singapore’s progressive development over the ages. Its sheer width makes it very difficult to capture in a single frame to …

Triple Strike

Just another winter afternoon storm here in Singapore. This was shot using an iPhone XS and the Moment app on my windowsill and then post processed on my mobile phone. It’s a five minute exposure. These storms have been quite regular off late here in Singapore.