A Beautiful Small Country with vividly different Cultures nestled together.
Having a well organized Local transportation system, Infact everything was organized!
Will love be here, again.
A few pictures alone cannot tell the whole tale..!
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Singapore! I’m in ❤️! 1. Clarke Quay
2. Fort Canning Park - person for scale.
4. Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum
5. Chinatown Hawker Street
6. Liao Fan / Hawker Chan Soya Sauce Rice Chicken & Noodle- the first ever Michelin One-Star hawker stand.
7. The cheapest Michelin-Star meal in the world. Soya Sauce Chicken & Noodle and Aloe Dessert...$8
8. Lau Pa Sat - location from Crazy Rich Asians
9. Humpback - location from Crazy Rich Asians
More Japanese woodblock magic! Participants experimenting with colouring sections of the blocks, and adding touches of colour here and there. Each of these prints has had at least three 'passes', meaning the the same sheet of paper has been printed three times. Since the watercolour ink dries so quickly, only one colour can really be done at a time.
Same block...two different prints! The variety of looks possible from one single block is amazing. All depends on the way the block has been inked up, the handling of the paint, inclusion of gradient effect...and the mood of the printer! 🤣
Singapore, Gardens by the Bay. The light show at night is amazing. You can see in YouTube. Сингапур, парк Gardens by the Bay. Потрясающее свето-музыкальное шоу вечером. Музыка меняется ежемесячно. Можно посмотреть в ютубе «gardens by the bay light show». Высота «деревьев» от 25 до 50 метров. Стволы покрыты живой растительностью. #travelsingapore#singaporetravel#ilovesingapore#ilovesingaporephoto#singapore_inna
It's been a while since the last update! This weekend in Singapore, the Five Footway Festival is happening in Chinatown (to be more exact it's Kreta Ayer 牛车水). What's Five Footway? In it's early days, shophouses lined the streets, and the space between the shops and street were about five foot in width. In this narrow space, there was a thriving mini market consisting of food peddlers, bird fortune tellers, letter writers (because people were usually illiterate and they relied on these letter writers to write letters on behalf and read letters received) and storytellers (see picture for a feel of how it would have been like before). There is another storytelling session (讲古) happening today in front of Chinatown Heritage Centre at 3pm. If you happen to be around the area, do go take a look and explore the rest of the festival. More information can be found on the Facebook page of the event as well. #singapore#chinatownsingapore#fivefootwayfestival#chinatownstreetmarketsingapore#visitsingapore#passionmadepossible#singaporetravel
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It's Japanese woodblock printing fun! Exciting to see students learn different ways to ink up and print their block.
Japanese woodblock is best known as the technique behind 'Ukiyoe' genre prints.
A 'green' art technique, it uses simple materials, but needs a certain level of skill to handle the inking process and hand-held barren.
With students having studied Ukiyoe prints in theory, it was wonderful to guide them a session of hands-on learning.