As expected, it’s hot and humid in Singapore. It’s my second visit to the small island nation (well, third if you count three hours spent in Changi waiting for a connecting flight to London). But I am glad to be back. I’d forgotten what this place feels like: sweat, heat, the fragrance of tropical flowers, hot exhausts of the buses, bread with surprises in the middle, ice-cold water from 7-eleven, the British English spoken in announcements on the MTR train system.
The first few days in South East Asia are always the toughest as your body acclimatises, and today’s been no exception. After spending a five or so hours wandering around downtown to capture shots for the forthcoming Skyscrapers of Singapore video, we’re totally fried. The American just asked me, “What time is it acceptable to go eat dinner then come back and go to sleep?”. It’s just that kind of day, folks.
So here’s a few photos from today’s adventures in Singapore. You can find me on Instagram as The Rebecca Project.