Monday, February 15, 2016

ASIAN CAMPUR IN SINGAPORE.

Campur means mixed situation by Malay.



A gate of Hindu temple.



Sri Mariamman Temple.






Little India.


Buddha Tooth Relic Temple.







Bamboo Rakes. 



Sultan Mosque.






Inside of the Mosque.


National museum of Singapore.



Singapore Civilization Museum.


We went to Sentosa island in the afternoon by cable car.


We went to Sentosa island from Mt.Faver by cable car.



The Sun is setting.




After the Sun set, We watched the Lase beam,fountain and firework show by the sea.

















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41 comments:

  1. Wow! Lovely photos of the temples and the mosque. And gorgeous sunset too. Looks like a great trip.

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  2. What a wonderful place and delightful photography ~ especially like the night shots!

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  3. Amazing photos - "fantastic" in every sense of the word!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/02/old-san-juan-pigeon-park.html

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  4. Awesome shots of Singapore. The city/state is forever changing. I went there in 2008 and I know today it's like another city/country from the one I saw in 2008.

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  5. Nice photos of Singapore. I have never seen the bamboo rakes in a temple in Singapore, but I'm so glad you stated what they are because I fell in love with them in Tokyo and didn't know their name. From your description I was able to find the word kumade. I'm very happy to know what these decorations are called! Thanks! Came here through Worldess Wednesday.

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    1. Dear Karen.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I was surprised to see that Kumade, I thought it was Japanese original. Kumade means Bear's hand in Japanese. 熊手。

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  6. Wow - fabulous shots of the temple and that amazing sunset!

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  8. Beauatiful photos of Singapore where I've never been... Thank you Minoru...

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  9. You sure captured some beautiful sites of Singapore.

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  11. Lovely series of images......thank you Minoru!

    Best wishes,
    Ruby

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  12. You and your wife travel to such interesting places. I enjoyed your tour of Singapore and the island.

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  13. Amazing aspects!! Lots of arhitectural details, so interesting from this stunning travel! So, Happy and Prousperous Lunar New Year! Thank you so much for sharing with us such incredible pictures from your trip!
    Best regards in february!

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    1. Dear Alexa.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Your comment always makes me happy.

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    2. Dear Alexa.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Your comment always makes me happy.

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  14. Beautiful images, Minoru do not know if some day I will go, as I settle for watching your pictures :))
    Un abrazo.

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  15. シンガポールの珍しいお写真ですね。美術館も立派です。幻想的なサンセットとボーン、ボーンと音が聞こえてきそうな美しい花火です。まだまだ寒さ続きます。体調にお気をつけて。インフルエンザにかかりましたが、今日から元気が出てきました。予防注射をして、早めにタミフル飲んだので軽くすんだと思います。

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    1. Dear Tomoko sama.
      こんばんは。ありがとうございます。 花火のショウは直前まで大雨でしたが、運よく全て見られました。
       インフルエンザ、軽くて良かったですね。私は、シンガポールに行く直前まで、熱がありましたが、無事、行ってこられました。

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  16. Beuatiful images, i love how you are pulling up your photos, not just in Japan but even in SG ang other asianic places! the countries love you now, can you visit us here in the PH too?

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    1. Dear stevevhan.
      Thank you very much for your comment. Sorry I have no plan to go to your country now.

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  17. You captured very beautiful postcard shots of Singapore. I always loved to visit this island which is just next door but you went to more places than I ever did. Ha ha!

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment. We went to Johor Bahru too.

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  19. Fotos belíssimas
    A arquitetura me encanta com suas formas geométricas bem definidas
    Lindo demais Minoru
    Uma feliz semana
    Beijos

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  20. Hello Minoru, The temples are gorgeous. The details and the number of statues are just amazing. Thank you for sharing!

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