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 do it justice.
This mural is normally impossible to get a clear shot of, with a street parking zone running alongside it.
This was shot during the COVID-19 circuit breaker during one of my early morning bike rides.