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photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year
photography, singapore, blogger, chinatown, street photography, landscape, travel, scenery, Chinese new year


By pure coincidence, I got the chance to visit Chinatown right before the Chinese New Year market is going to be over. I visited one of the oldest housing estate in Singapore, went up to the highest floor and enjoyed this bird eye view of the surroundings. It is really interesting to see things (people, type of housing, work that people do) that I don't encounter on a daily basis. I feel like I've been living under a rock and the wow-the-world-is-so-big-anything-can-happen kind of moment that usually I only have it when I am traveling abroad. 

Sometimes, we really over-exaggerate the meaning of traveling by conquering exotic and far away places. Sometimes, to be well-travelled can actually start from home. Get to roam around your city for a bit more, go one crossroad further than your usual route, turn your city inside out, maybe you will find a new spark of love for your home.