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The second leg of my South East Asian travels took me to Singapore having got the train down from the middle of Malaysia. I didn't expect to love Singapore too much, but it was a lot less sterile than I had expected, and I actually really enjoyed it. I have tried to show a more human side to the often captured architecture and skyline (though of course I have included some of that as well).
Singapore is basically SimCity in an island jungle. The new Safdie resort just looks sick. I love the fact that everything on the left side of your first photo wasn't there the last time I was there in 2006.
Even if you are 1 in a million, there are still 7,000 people just like you...