Daily Living in Singapore, my birth place.

Daily Post’s Street Photography got me inspired to share what has always been of interest to me. I am a photo newbie but I just love taking pictures of people and their daily living … nothing touristy … nothing lofty and exalted.

There is so much news globally about Singapore and her GDP, property value, banking regulations, vehicle COE, etc., but each time I return, I pay more attention to the people, the average person, out of office attire and simply being a Singaporean.

Queueing (lining-up, in American English) for their lunch takeaways.

Queueing (lining-up, in American English) for their lunch takeaways while viewing their smart phones in Tiong Bahru.

Fabric shops along Arab Street

Fabric shops along Arab Street

Up-to-Date Indian movies at Rex Cinema in Little India.

Up-to-Date Indian movies at Rex Cinema in Little India.

Chinese herbal tea vendor off Queen Street

Chinese herbal tea vendor off Queen Street

Traditional Fortune Teller still in business.

Traditional Fortune Teller still in business.

Good old street side cobbler ~ few, but still there.

Good old street side cobbler ~ few, but still there.

Hawker Centre where everyday average meals are enjoyed by everyone.

Hawker Centre where everyday average meals are enjoyed by everyone.

Dumpling vendor ~ with a perpetual queue (line).

Dumpling vendor ~ with a perpetual queue (line).

Right in Chinatown, still selling to mostly senior customers.

Right in Chinatown, still selling to mostly senior customers.

Wall Art along Beach Road

Wall Art along Beach Road

Buses galore for daily transport

Buses galore for daily transport

The trishaw, once a common form of transport to & from markets & home, now mostly for tourists. This rider went to answer the call of nature.

The Trishaw, once common transport to & from markets & home, now mostly for tourists. This rider went to answer the call of nature.

In the heart of the city (above Dhoby Ghaut MRT station) a boy plays with his butterfly net.

In the heart of the city (above Dhoby Ghaut MRT station) a boy plays with his butterfly net.

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