A Walk by the River in Singapore – Part 1

I read somewhere that the best way to explore a city is by foot, someone else said that getting lost is also part of the charm of knowing a city. Okay. The only reason why we are doing this “by foot” thingy is because we don’t have a car in Singapore (pretty expensive to take cabs as well and the train system is also very good!) and I prefer to know exactly where I need to go rather than just getting lost ha ha ha. Trips nowadays are too tight and would rather make sure we get a lot of things done, places to visit and food to eat.

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This particular walking tour is a DIY Singapore river trek that allows one to see famous landmarks along the iconic waterway, with museums, hotels, sculptures, art installations etc etc. And to make it more interesting, you can do it late in the afternoon till early evening as the building take on a different look once the lights are turned on.

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And if you want to do the same tour, well, google is your friend! Research and plot your course. For now, enjoy the sights as captured through my lens. By the way, by the end of the tour you should know who Robert Fullerton is and why he is important in Singapore 🙂

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the opinions expressed by the pandas is neither an endorsement or an official review of a place, establishment or service. the Pandas are just very opinionated.

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