There is a cooling room within the Botanical Gardens which mists any visitors with a very chilly blast.
A gorgeous sunset in Southeast Asia glorifies the beach.
The Sultan Mosque (otherwise known as the Masjid Sultan in Malay) is located on world famous Muscat Street near Little India and serves as the perfect indicator that one is near good food and good shopping in Singapore, Singapore.
The Buddha Tooth Relic and Museum happens to be located in Little India and attracts hordes of visitors everyday.
The oldest Hindu Temple in Singapore is, ironically, located in Chinatown. The Sri Mariamman Temple, due to its distinctive and vibrant architecture, has recently become a national landmark.
A street vendor offers up a plethora of edible and roasted seeds to customers in Chinatown of Singapore.
In the heart of the National Botanical Gardens, the National Orchid Garden is home to a wide variety of vibrant orchids in Singapore, Singapore.