For this trip, I've managed to veer away from digital for a time and captured the streets of Singapore that I didn't have the chance to before. Most of you may easily say that Singapore is a small country that can be discovered within one to two days, but I beg to differ. The country holds a special place in my heart ever since my last travel in 2013.
What may have differed for this trip was my pleasure to have experienced one of the most prestigious hotels in the world - Marina Bay Sands. Other than that, everything's much the same - the heat, the diversity of culture, the delicious food at the underrated hawker centers (which, I hope, would stay the same for centuries), and the prominent love for arts that you will find as you ply along its sidewalks.
With three film rolls - an expired Kodak Ultima 100, Kodak Portra 400, and the, sadly, soon-to-be obsolete Fujifilm Industrial 400 - and a trusty rangefinder, a Yashica Electro 35 GX, that I'm still trying to master, hello Singapore!