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I Just Couldn't Get Enough of the CBD!
The boasting skyscraper core of Singapore's Central Business District quickly became a magnetic place for me to hang around for long hours...
A few more explorations and brunching at Lau Pa Sat again...
Just like the first time here, the night has often caught me in the middle of what's the Singaporean economy's driving engine.
This "skyscraper forest" was just as magnetic at was before...
Feeling like a small ant when looking up at Raffles Place
Couldn't hold myself back from spending a little more time here between the high-rise buildings. I was about to jet-off a short while later to Istanbul, so I took the time to soak up the atmosphere...
My favourite place to eat in Singapore: Lau Pa Sat... Had a few more delicious gyozas. One night I ordered 14 pieces and I just rolled back home to my hotel like a bowling ball!
Lau Pa Sat
The twin towers below are a high-end residential complex...
I was first stunned by the architecture, but they were really high-end apartment blocks.
50 floors, 341 apartments, 383 car lots. But, there's a heck-of a lot more: bars, cafes, restaurants, gym centre, yoga terrace, pools, there's even a sun deck, a library and so much more...
One Shenton Way
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Escape Hunter, the young solo traveler in his early 30's explores the World driven by curiosity, thirst for adventure, deep passion for beauty, love for freedom and diversity.
With a nuanced, even humorous approach to travel, an obsession for art and design, Escape Hunter prefers to travel slowly, in order to learn and "soak up" the local atmosphere...
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