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Philip Game | profile | all galleries >> Malaysia & Singapore (10 galleries) >> Singapore tree view | thumbnails | slideshow

Sabah, Malaysian Borneo | Singapore's Gardens by the Bay | Malaysia's Taman Negara | Sarawak (Malaysian Borneo) | Malaysia's East Coast: Kelantan, Terengganu | Around Kuala Lumpur | Chinese New Year | Malaysia's Jungle Railway | Riding the rails down to Singapore | Singapore


This gallery is not about shopping, slick hotels or elevated swimming pools, but rather a selection of the scenes and characters who still sometimes lend Singapore a somewhat quirky character. Much of the original Chinatown has disappeared over the last two decades, although Little India and Arab Street seem to have fared better, as does Geylang. Read more on my blog.

Most of these images have been scanned from the original 35mm Ektachrome or Fujichrome transparencies, with a few later digital images captured with Nikon D200 using RAW format. All are available for licensing. Please visit

Malay woman at the Geylang market Malay man at the Geylang market Malay man playing a mouth organ Sculpture in the financial district, Singapore
Rubbing Buddha's belly in Waterloo Street Selling snake oil, literally Seniors in Chinatown Thian Hock Keng temple doors
Maxwell Road food court in Chinatown, Singapore Evening at Lau Pa Sat food court (Festival Market) in the financial district Still smiling, Singapore Chinese clan house in Eu Tong Sen Street
A pensive worshipper at a Chinese temple Woodcarver Old-time autoelectrician The girl in the pink shalwar kameez...
Entering a Hindu temple A small mosque in Little India Hindu priests at Sri Mariammam Temple prepare for a ceremony Two Muslim men
The Armenian Church, home to a dwindling congregation St Andrew's Cathedral Kranji War Cemetery Pulau Ubin, an island off the eastern tip of Singapore