While in Singapore, I stayed in the oh-so-beautiful Kampong Glam neighborhood. It was traditionally the area where the island's Malay and Arab Muslims lived, and even the Sultan of Johore had his residence there. The place just overflows with color and creativity. It has a very hipster, modern vibe and yet you know you're in a place with a history. It was easily my favourite part of the city, and I thoroughly enjoyed walking around taking pictures! Take a look!
Labels: Culture and Heritage, Fujifilm X-Pro1, Graffiti, Kampong Glam, Singapore, Street, Street Art, Travel