reminiscing singapore part III

some of the things i found quite striking at the singapore national museum. the first one is a metal pipe sculpture and the second one is a very whimsical pile-up of army tanks.

singapore business district. just like ayala avenue, dont you think?

the luge track at sentosa island. luge is like go-kart without wheels, much like a bump car, but you ride a cable car to a high location and then slide down the tracks. gravity and momentum keep you going. too much fun. my sister and i wanted to ride again but the long lines for the ride turned us off (yes, we are impatient like that).

the aforementioned cable car.

the subway at singapore. i forget what station this is. i like how there are 'gates' for the train itself. as for the train stations themselves, i give them 5 stars. singapore has seriously one of the best train station architecture in the world. most notable are the orchard and dhoby ghaut stations.

me eating at a hawker place in balestier (excuse the fug face). i love food, most especially when they are cheap, and for cheap good food, your best bets in singapore are hawker stalls. when going to singapore it is imperative to eat in one at least once. i think i was eating a bento box tonkatsu meal at the time this photo was taken. the meal came with a drink and soup, i think. grand total? about 2.50S$ (or 70php). not bad at all.

some pretty lights at this awesome park at sentosa island. the design of the place would make gaudi proud.

this post turned out to be one big photo dump with absolutely no cohesion or theme. i promise this would be the last reminiscing singapore post i will do. it does not bode well to dwell on things which have already passed, on the other hand, i must plot ways to generate more income in order to explore more places and start new adventures.

okay, back to our regular scheduled programming.

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