Singapore

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If you’ve never been to Asia before, don’t speak any Asian languages, and have only a day or two available, Singapore would be a great introduction.

You can find tropical rainforest and the sea,  traditional and modern architecture, and the cultures of China, India, the Middle East and the West all in one city.Most people speak English, buses are frequent and on time, and it even has a nice airport complete with indoor gardens.

Just try not to think what it would cost to live here… and with Malaysia and Indonesia still to go on this trip I imagine things will get more chaotic as I go! I made some sound recordings, which will find their way into some new music pieces eventually.  In the meantime here are a few photos.

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3 thoughts on “Singapore

    Malaysia | fiffdimension said:
    18/08/2014 at 5:22 am

    […] from Singapore into Malaysia the land is surprisingly empty for Asia – the bus passed only a few buildings […]

    Java, Indonesia | fiffdimension said:
    23/08/2014 at 10:39 am

    […] require more time, money and preparation. This trip’s been a progression from filthy rich Singapore to middle class Malaysia to distinctly third world Indonesia. I’ll have to do a bit more […]

    Yogyakarta, Indonesia | fiffdimension said:
    26/04/2015 at 9:01 pm

    […] trip’s been a progression from filthy rich Singapore to middle class Malaysia to distinctly third world Indonesia. I’ll have to do a bit more […]

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