Wednesday 23 February 2011

Chinatown in Singapore

Chinatown in Singapore is not just, as the card says, a place to shop and eat, but it's also an area with considerable cultural and historical significance, to the extent that it has been declared a national heritage site.  Its existence was first recorded in 1330 which makes it one of the oldest Chinatowns and now one of the largest.
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  1. Don't you love all that red? I do!

  2. I love it, yes. I think it means good luck, I'm not entirely sure.

  3. I love the colors and architecture

  4. Oh, I've been there!!! I've actually visited Singapore several times...I love it - except that it is on the equator and toooooooo hot!! It's a spotlessly clean city, filled with orchids and wonderful outdoor centers where you can eat every kind of food imagineable, until 3AM in the morning.


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