Since BB & GG are having their holidays and their commitments to school are now over, I am planning to take them to some museums around Singapore, especially since both will be doing Pure History for their O levels. Hopefully, this gives them a better understanding of the subject. In view of this, here’s a throwback to our visit to the National Museum of Singapore last year.
A couple of days back, Google Photos reminded me of our post PSLE trip to Penang. So thought of doing a throwback to the lovely four days we spent there. Here are some of the street art which Penang’s historical old district is famous for.
The last bit from Little India – I saw some street art with a distinct Indian flavour and knew I had to capture them.
More from my trip to Little India. I saw these installations of elephants in a street off the main Serangoon Road and I was fascinated! I love elephants and am always drawn to these gentle giants. There were many people around, probably removing some chairs as there was an event there earlier, so the pictures may not be the best as I tried to keep them out of the frame as much as possible.
Last weekend, I ended up in Serangoon Road aka Little India to buy some things for my Diwali preparations and the store I wanted to go to was smack bang in the middle of the Diwali market there. Here are some photos I took with my phone of the beautiful market!