Marina Bay Sands Singapore HDR travel photo
Travel Diary Day 14
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As sweat stained the fronts of my pants, I wondered why I still hadn’t acclimatised to hot weather after 5 months in Indonesia, and why I wear pants that look drenched every time I go for a walk.
Our second day in Singapore hasn’t dampened my enthusiasm for this place. It’s an amazing hub of energy and modernity. Most modern day travellers seek out the old while attempting to shun the new.
I love modern technology. I feel excited when I arrive at a beautiful mall lined with cozy coffee shops and restaurants. I can’t stop snapping at amazing feats of architecture, like the Petronas Towers.
Today we explored Changi Boardwalk and the sparse Singapore coastline. It was beautifully developed. Fishermen, joggers, and people on picnics enjoyed the afternoon sun. I wasn’t too keen on the sun, but the walk was lovely.
We spoke again today about how much we’d love to live in a city like this – it wouldn’t be a bad life.
This is a photo of Marina Bay Sands Singapore HDR travel photo after meeting for a photo-walk with local photographers.
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