It is amusing how it was made possible to box in one place almost everything. From afar we saw a young lady on a carriage. And as we trailed along, we thought we have been transported to a rural area in the Philippines. A rich plantation before our eyes when we least expected it.
Then, there is the refreshing water play area.
We wished that we have brought a picnic mat, like the other visitors did. Must be an interesting way to rest tired feet while waiting for the sun to set.
The exotic, the tribal, and zoological alike.
These are just among the many ice breakers that you will find inside the really huge Singapore zoo. There is a fan in me saying that it is definitely worth the visit.
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Those are great shots. 🙂
My little boy was in water heaven when we went to Rainforest Kidzworld in SG Zoo last year. 😀 I can’t wait till we visit Singapore again.
Your photos are AMAZING! Singapore is really a great place to visit! So many new and lovely places to see all the time. Thanks for sharing 🙂
this was part of the zoo? wow, so there’s more than meets the eye at the singapore zoo. a real pity that we skipped that attraction.
btw, love this tweaking you did on the images. are you using photoshop?
Thank you for the tour again Wits =)
My husband’s beside me looking at your pics and made us said “definitely, we’ll pass by SG in our next trip back home” =)
Wow, really great photos! I like your settings on the camera. Like it’s made for history books. Like they tell of a civilization, a life in the past, a couple of decades from now.
ang ganda ganda nga! definitely must see!
uy meron ganyan sa zoo. one stop shop talaga. sulit na sulit talaga ang pagpunta dyan.
ganda naman ng sg zoo. we definitely must go there next time we’re in sg. i’m sure mage-enjoy si ej sa water play!
ganda, jo! love looking at the pics. what did you do sa pictures? really nice.
love the first and last photo. the carriage is so cool! the wood in the last is phenomenal! ang ganda!
Looking at that picture of the lake doesn’t at all conjure images of a very bustling Singapore – the buildings of which are probably just a few minutes away by car. No wonder visitors come here a lot, it seems like a thousand miles away from the city.
ang ganda ng photos mo!!!!!! 😀
wow! ang ganda naman. mukhang sulit na sulit ang trip mo jan ah.
ganda!!! and the way you treated the colors to your photos make the place lost in time.
Thank you for sharing….i wish they can make Al Ain Safari more like this but that would be really expensive haha.
Happy Monday and enjoy the rest of the week!
To everyone, thanks for liking the photos. No, I do not know (yet) how to use the Photoshop. Seriously. I tweaked these by making the colors extra vibrant before turning them into a little sepia.
No fruit-picking allowed? Hehe.
getting better at it, jo 🙂 doing great, in fact 🙂