Singapore

Singapore is an island, a state and a city. Almost the size of New York, Singapore is orderly and clean like a small Switzerland in Southeast Asia. One is enchanted by the city’s futuristic skyscrapers of architecture that light up at night in many colors on Marina Bay. It is also at nightfall that the gardens of Gardens by the Bay are transformed into a real open-air show. If Singapore is a great playground for architects, it is also a playground for botanists. The city sees life in green with its hanging gardens, 330 parks and virgin forests. The extent of the vegetation is astonishing: we no longer know if nature is at the service of man or if it is man who is at its service? Singapore also offers a great cultural diversity with Chinese, Indian and Malaysian influences, whose importance can be seen when strolling in the Chinatown or Little India neighborhoods. Discover the countries I have visited:
The garden city and its magic lanterns

The garden city and its magic lanterns

Sated with futuristic buildings, we find another side of Singapore when walking down the streets of its ethnic neighborhoods. Arab Street, a small shopping street, is a labyrinth of colorful houses, bustling day and night and quite near the must-see Sultan Mosque with...
On the narrow streets of Singapore…

On the narrow streets of Singapore…

Ladies and gentlemen, Let’s explore a city, a country, and an island by visiting only one place: Singapore, located off the coast of Southern Malasia. The Asian city-state known as “The Garden City” is a global commercial, financial and transportation hub with tall...