A Trip to Bugis

This is a unique spiral staircase found in Bugis street. Its interesting design has a long history.
This archway follows the traditional design and can be found all over Bugis. The Mandarin Orange Plant looks vibrant and adds colour to the place.
Kwan Im Temple: A well-known temple in Bugis. Many people flock to the temple to pray even during weekdays.
Woman at a Chinese Buddhist shop . This is one of the various Buddhist shops that can be found in Bugis
These shops sell merchandise commonly used for religious purposes. An example here would be the discs with Buddhist hymns which Buddhists can listen to.
The two Hindu gods gatekeeping the entrance to Sri Krishnan Temple.
A mosque found in Kampong Glam. Kampong Glam has been in Singapore for many decades and has a rich history and culture behind it. This is where the Malay royalties used to live in.
Another mosque in the area. It is relatively small compared to the other mosques, but it still serves its purpose as a worship place.
Streets of Kampong Glam, with shophouses lining the sides of the road. Cars head through this old street to the modern and urbanised buildings located behind it.

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