Singapore Photo Tours - A Listing of Singapore's Most Fascinating Sights

Singapore Photo Tip:
Best time to shoot the city skyline? Mon-Thur, 7.15-7.45pm.

7.15-7.45pm: The sky will appear 'blue' in your shots.
Mon-Thur: Longer office hours = lit-up skyscrapers.

Visiting Singapore? See the places on a Photo Tour first - there's no better way to prepare for your Singapore tour. This will help you decide what's worth your time.

Little India Photo Tours

Little India Singapore - Sarees at Tekka Centre. Tekka Centre
More shops selling affordable sarees than you can count. Other finds include a handful of shops selling antiques and Indian costume jewellery.
Little India Singapore - Tekka Wet Market. Tekka Wet Market
An all-day wet market in the same building as Tekka Centre. You'll see an interesting range of stalls - fresh seafood, poultry, meats, spices, fresh fruits and vegetables. Atmospheric!
Little India Singapore - Painting at Kerbau Road shop. Buffalo Road & Kerbau Road
These two roads are next to the Tekka Centre. Smell the incense, see the colourful garlands, buy some oddly shaped vegetables, and browse artsy shops.
Little India Singapore - Garlands abound along Serangoon Road and Buffalo Road. Little India's Main Road: Serangoon Road
This is the arterial road through Little India. It's energy personified. See jewellery shops, restaurants, bargain stalls, walkway-stalls selling garlands and more.
Little India Singapore - A deity at Sri Veerama Kaliamman Temple. Place of Worship - Sri Veerama Kaliamman Temple
Perhaps the most visited Indian temple in Singapore. Spontaneous worship. Beautiful sculptures of deities. Enchanting paintings.
Thaipusam Singapore - See Hindus fulfill their vows; their bodies pierced with sharp objects.

Thaipusam Singapore - An Amazing Festival!
Hindus honour their vows at this festival, piercing their bodies with all types of sharp objects.

Chinatown Photo Tours

Chinatown Singapore - Dancers performing during Chinese New Year. Chinatown Singapore Photo Tour - Dancers and Acrobats at Kreta Ayer Square
Free performances as a build up to Chinese New Year. Watch beautiful (and skillful) Chinese dancers perform. Be amazed by acrobats who bend like rubber and juggle as if they have ten hands. You have to see it to believe it.
Chinatown Singapore - Pig figurines sold at a night market during Chinese New Year.
Chinatown Singapore Photo Tour - Chinese New Year Shopping Frenzy
Watch Chinese Singaporeans shop as if there is no tomorrow.

Orchard Road Photo Tours

Chingay Parade of Dreams, Singapore - Ethnic dancers.

Chingay 2007 - The Last Parade of Dreams on Orchard Road
So many people want to watch this Parade that it has to move to a bigger venue in 2008. Watch for free. Or pay for vantage-point seats.

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Singapore Christmas Light Up - Yellow fairy lights on Orchard Road, 2006. Orchard Road Highlight - The Enchanting Christmas Light Up 2006
The most enchanting Christmas light-up in the Tropics. Thousand upon thousand of lights. Free street performances. Carollers spreading the Christmas cheer.
Singapore Christmas Light Up - Toy soldier of Nutcracker fame, Orchard Road, 2007. Orchard Road Christmas Light Up- A Fairytale Christmas 2007
Inspired by the Nutcracker Suite. Enjoy the Light Up like a child.

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