Every Friday I’ll be sharing a photo from someplace in my travels.

This week’s photo is of colonial architecture in Singapore.

Singapore has been rapidly changing over the past years, and because of this, it has what I consider some of the most interesting architecture in South East Asia. From modern, towering skyscrapers to shophouses rooted in colonial architecture, there are surprises around every corner.

As Singapore was once a British colony, the colonial architectural style is still seen everywhere. Intricate designs and bold colors complete with white trim and shutters to match. Admiring the architecture, especially downtown and in Chinatown, was the highlight of my afternoon.

Singapore - Jan 2013

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