Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Some great buildings in the city of Singapore

A blue mosque that may not be in the class of the famous Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey but it nevertheless has its charm and I was drawn to its presence from the passenger seat of my car. From an awkward angle and having to work around obstacles in the form of traffic lights and stationery and passing vehicles I tried to get that perfect shot of the mosque with minimal distractions in the picture.

The Singapore Art Museum (SAM) that used to be a Christian Brother school (St Joseph's Institution). The school has long since vacated these prime-land buildings and an MRT station (Dhoby Ghaut) now functions silently below this calm body of water.

Opposite SAM is the Singapore Management University (SMU), a university in the city centre. Students here are so lucky to study in such a convenient location that is so loved by nature.

This is our National Museum, across the road from the SMU.

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