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Get a taste of Singapore's colonial history at the Raffles Hotel. It's the birthplace of the Singapore Sling and you can sip the iconic gin cocktail in the hotel's gorgeous Long Bar.
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1 425 hours ago
Feeling a little geometric. Stoked how this old and unassuming industrial building presented lots of little surprises as we spent an evening there hunting for lines and patterns. Happy midweek everyone! 🙌🏻
When visiting Singapore Botanic Gardens I spotted this small lizard sitting in a tree and wating for a photo shoot. 😁
15 849 hours ago
Why not explore an indoor forest and waterfall while awaiting your flight? ✈️💧🌳
Singapore raises the architectural bar once again, this time with an indoor rainforest and a massive waterfall vortex which passes through the steel roof structure of the Changi International Airport. ⭐
A devotee enclosed in a kavadi takes part in the annual Thaipusam procession in Singapore.
Thaipusam is celebrated by Tamil communities across the world, and during the festival many devotees pierce their skin to show their devotion to Lord Murugan, son of Hindu god Shiva.
Kavalis are like a portable cage that surrounds the wearer, and some are supported by spiked metal rods that pierce a devotee’s chest, stomach and back.
In Singapore, devotees walk a 4km route between important Hindu temples, carrying their burdens.
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I love that this is free and put on twice a night 365 days a year! Congrats Singapore for creating an amazing international tourist attraction that just keeps gaining popularity! •
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