Just the Pictures (Singapore) The National Museum of Singapore. A tikam-tikam (“gamble”) game board carried by sarabat vendors for children to win a prize of the vendor’s choosing. Chinese cake molds. Nature study painting of a Banded Palm Civet. Nature study painting of a coffee plant. Costumes used in Chinese operas. A dress inspired by Andy Warhol’s paintings and made out of paper (“throwaway” fashion). Fragment of the ‘Singapore Stone’ – the earliest writing found in Singapore (10th – 14th century AD). Glass wine pitchers and cups. Paper money used during japan’s occupation of Singapore. The tomb of Sultan Iskandar Shah, found in Canning Park. Lighthouse on Government Hill, located near Raffles Terrace. Cavenagh Bridge. Cavenagh Bridge with the Fullerton Hotel in the background. Victoria Theater. Statue marking the spot Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles landed at in Singapore on January 28, 1819. The Singapore River. The famous Merlion spewing water from its mouth. From left to right: the Singapore Flyer (world’s tallest Ferris wheel), the Art and Science Museum, the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Casino (with ship-shaped top). The entrance to the Sri Krishnan Temple. The Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple, a Mahāyāna Buddhist temple. A Buddha statue dressed in memorial ribbons. Buildings in Little India. The entrance to the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to the Hindu goddess Kali. The main hall of the the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. Relief found in the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. Statue in the Hindu temple. Statues adorning the roof top of the Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple. The residence of Tan Teng Niah (a Chinese villa) in Little India. Buildings in Chinatown. The entrance of the Sri Mariamman Temple. Closeup of the Sri Mariamman Temple entrance with cut banana trees on each side. Items being sold at a traditional Chinese Medicine shop. The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Inside the main hall of the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Facade of the Masjid Jamae. Henderson Waves bridge. Lizard found along the Forest Walk. Different types of pathways foind along the Southern Ridges Walk. The Singapore Flyer – the world’s tallest Ferris wheel. At the height of the Singapore Flyer. View of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Singapore skyline. The floating platform and grandstand in Singapore. The pits along the Singapore Grand Prix track. Gardens by the Bay at night. The Helix Bridge. Closer view of the Helix Bridge. Singapore at night. Singapore Botanical Gardens. Butterfly sucking sweet nectar. Giant water lilies. Beautiful waxy, red flowers. Fruit and inflorescence hanging from a plant belonging to the Musa genus. Flower from the Torch Ginger plant. The Merlion. Diorama showing a typical lodge for Chinese immigrants during the late 19th-century. Guardian figures from the Batak culture from northern Sumatra. Masks from the Batak culture. Red lacquered Buddha sculpture. Lacquered table screen from the 18th-century. Sculpture of Phra Sangkachai; an enlightened man who became overweight to ward off unwanted advances from women. Paper masks worn on the forehead during Yao religious ceremonies. Pattern carved on a human skull from the Kayan Dayak tribe in Malaysia. Sword from the Moro people – Malay Muslims who lived in the Southern Philippines. Wayang beber painting (“scroll painting”) from Indonesia. Bronze Vatapatrashayi Krishna sculpture; Brahma is seated on the lotus stalk emerging from Krishna’s navel. Victoria Theater lit up at night. Three “supertrees” found in the “Gardens by the Bay”. “Supertrees” with the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in the background. The “Supertree Grove” in the “Gardens by the Bay”. The Singapore Flyer lit up at night. One last photo of Singapore, taken near the City Plaza.