Explore Singapore - Day 5, Part 3
Everytime I visit a country or a province in the Philippines, I always see to it that I have a shot and a photo with the place's landmark or where its known for as backdrop. So my Explore Singapore wouldn't be complete without a photo with the Merlion!
Right after touring Asia in 3 hours (via the Asian Civilizations Museum), we crossed the bridge, took snapshots of the vicinity and the interesting people walking the place.
|"Stop the wedding!" Is the girl trying to stop the wedding? =)|
|foydi at the bridge (pardon me, i can only do this pose outside of Manila!) =D|
|"The Children of Raffles." I hope they're not the same children from the movie "The Haunted"! ;-O|
|"Oldy but Busy"|
|The River Cruise|
|"I'm on my way home."|
|Here's my shot of the Merlion from a terrace in Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore! That's how awesome my cam is! =D|
|The Merlion is Singapore's official symbol and landmark. It is an imaginary creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. Its name combines "mer" meaning the sea and "lion".|
|The Merlion is spitting! This is a violation in SG! =D|
|Rizal Shrine in Luneta Park, Manila, The Philippines. Photo is from www.manila.gov.ph.|
|"Victory in the City"|
|The view of Esplanade from Merlion Park|
|"There's no retirement in love". Earlier, I had a shot of newly weds. Now, I assume these two old folks are long time couple! =)|
|The hit ice cream sandwich flocked by Singaporeans during rush hour.|
|from newly weds to newly retired to new parents|
After having that courtesy call with Singapore's Merlion, Jandy and I hurried back to Clementi for his birthday treat! =D What a way to end a fantastic day! Happy Birthday again my friend!
|Jandy's nth birthday! =D|
|The gang at Jandy's Birthday Treat|
You just witnessed the Lion, the Treat and the Photos! And that wraps up the part 3, day 6 of my mission Explore Singapore. Up next is Day 6 which narrates my and my cousin Rose's exploits in Orchard Road, Lucky Plaza, Mint Museum of Toys, Chinatown, Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple and Lau Pa Sat!