Tra i porti asiatici più frequentati, #Singapore raccoglie nel proprio piccolo territorio un variegato insieme di gruppi razziali: #malesi, #cinesi, #indiani e #arabi caratterizzano i diversi quartieri con i loro usi e tradizioni. Le architetture in stile coloniale britannico, lo spettacolare skyline dei grattacieli, i grandi giardini botanici, lo shopping sfrenato sono i segni inconfondibili di questa vibrante “porta” d’#Oriente, melting pot di culture.

Tra i porti asiatici più frequentati, #Singapore raccoglie nel proprio piccolo territorio un variegato insieme di gruppi razziali: #malesi, #cinesi, #indiani e #arabi caratterizzano i diversi quartieri con i loro usi e tradizioni. Le architetture in stile coloniale britannico, lo spettacolare skyline dei grattacieli, i grandi giardini botanici, lo shopping sfrenato sono i segni inconfondibili di questa vibrante “porta” d’#Oriente, melting pot di culture.

Anthony Bourdain's Travel Tips for Singapore : Host Central : Travel Channel

Anthony Bourdain's Singapore Travel Tips

Anthony Bourdain's Travel Tips for Singapore : Host Central : Travel Channel

MegaZip Adventure Park

MegaZip Adventure Park

Gordon Ramsey in Singapore http://www.camemberu.com/search/label/hawker

Gordon Ramsey in Singapore http://www.camemberu.com/search/label/hawker

Recreation & Sports in Singapore

Recreation & Sports in Singapore

Singapore program of festivals & co

Singapore program of festivals & co

Deepavali

Deepavali

Culture Spotlight

Culture Spotlight

LilliPutt Indoor Mini Golf

LilliPutt Indoor Mini Golf

St Joseph's Church

St Joseph's Church

Singapore Performing Arts

Singapore Performing Arts

Singapore theme parks

Singapore theme parks

Wayang – Chinese Opera  Getai Fever  Every year, usually in the month of August, the Chinese in Singapore observe a large-scale tradition of paying respects to the dead. Taoist Chinese believe that during this month, the “Gates of Hell” are opened and souls of the dead are freed and allowed to roam the earth.

Wayang – Chinese Opera Getai Fever Every year, usually in the month of August, the Chinese in Singapore observe a large-scale tradition of paying respects to the dead. Taoist Chinese believe that during this month, the “Gates of Hell” are opened and souls of the dead are freed and allowed to roam the earth.

Chinese opera performer checking her hair and makeup in a mirror. Photograph by Carl Mydans. Singapore, April 1941.

Chinese opera performer checking her hair and makeup in a mirror. Photograph by Carl Mydans. Singapore, April 1941.

Utterly Art

Utterly Art

Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple

Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple

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