Day 62 was a long day in terms of photography and I clicked at various locations. There can be nothing better than going for a walk, which I prefer alone and clicking along the street, food and people around. Singapore is definitely one of the best places to do this.
I clicked over 300 snaps and was quite happy with lots of them, more than that it was absolutely satisfying experience walking around doing nothing but just clicking with my camera. I was so excited to post this day’s pic that I made a small map of my walk around and put some of the pics at the places where it was clicked.
I started off at the University and then went to Ikea just to have coffee (ya I am that crazy), took a bus to Chinatown and then walked around Chinatown and then till Marina Bay Sands. Took a train at MBS and again detoured at Chinatown for a night session before heading home.
Here’s a small map of my walk from Chinatown to Marina Bay Sands, it’s a beautiful route if you are in Singapore and enthusiastic about street photography this should be one of the suggested photo walks.
Got down at People’s Park ->
Walked around in Chinatown ->
Headed to Clark Quay (along Eu Tong Sen St) ->
Stopped at Central ->
Crossed over the bridge to click some snaps of MICA Building ->
Walked along the river using underpass towards Asian Civilization Museum ->
Walked towards Esplanade ->
Clicked some skyline photos along Marina Stadium ->
Took the helix bridge to Marina Bay Sands ->
Shot some skyline pics near Art Science Museum ->
Took a MRT to home at Marina Bay Sands, detouring for a short while at Chinatown to do night street shots
At the university
Newly opened Cafe
On the way to Chinatown
Along Singapore River near Asian Civilization Museum
Near Marina Stadium
View from Marina Bay Sands
Skating Rink at Marina Bay Sands
Night Session at Chinatown
Food stall in Chinatown
Map Search in Chinatown
Finally heading home