So after Haji we took the train to China Town where we got a different perspective to our night time visit. It also happened to be such a happy and sunny day, so we really scored :) The little drom store is located in China town and I happily spent way too long inside having a lovely chat with one of the owners Antoinette (you may remember me mentioning from the playground series). I also dropped by the lomography store and scored some expired film - it's currently in my camera and I'm super interested to see how it turns out!
It was fun spotting some tiles as well around the area, I actually brought my mum a badge of a tile design that the little drom shop produced but I can't seem to find that tile series on the web to show you, it was awesome though :)
The photo of Ben was actually taken outside of china town but I liked it, so I've decided it fits in here :)
One of my favourite signs in Singapore was the no durians sign featured on Singapore trains. Ben and I assumed it was because the fruit is so spikey and therefore a dangerous weapon :p but we found out, amongst lots other interesting trivia from our guide in Langkawi that the ban is because durians are so smelly! I'm really sad I didn't try one now :( Anyway back to China town!
I loved all the pretty lanterns from the mid autumn festival :)
More tiles :)
and always something interesting if you look up!
I really enjoyed china town and I'd recommend dedicating a few hours for a wander, if you're planning your own Singapore itinerary :)