Photo Reflections: We Get Singey in Singapore

Daily adventuring in Singapore means lots of walking, lots of shopping, and lots of eating. Here are the highlights. By now you’re probably sick of Singapore, but I say let the wildness begin!

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Apparently denizen doesn’t have the negative connotations in Singapore that it does in the USA.

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I like (but not really) all the generic names of stores on this list.

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Public transit innovations never cease to surprise me.

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Nice to see other uses of SPD coming from the land of the Seattle Police Department.

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Woods in the Books is an amazing Children’s bookstore.

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So is Books Actually.

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Cyril Wong is a fantastic local poet.

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“Please Use Me.”

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“Tipping/Dumping Prohibited.”

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“Pizza Wine.”

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“No Naked Lights.”

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Hell notes are those you buy to burn for your dead ancestors. A curious activity I’d never heard of before visiting Singapore. We also saw people burning paper goods for ancestors in Kampot, Cambodia.

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“Frozen Pleasures.”

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I definitely did a double-take after this. Below: the Hawker Market!

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Sugarcane juice.

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Durian! And below: Jason does not like Durian.

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Next: final moments in Singapore, and our trip to Malaysia!

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