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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

East meets West or West meets East, whatever....

Where East Meets West. That's what's being describe for Far East Square.



It is where old meets new. It's an interesting place to visit in Singapore. It has the oldest temple, and cutting edge firms.

There are also lots of restaurants with cuisine coming from France, Italy, Vietnam, Japan and the local flavours of Singapore.

8 comments:

julia said...

Lucky you, with the best of both worlds, although is there any novelty left anywhere?

Lori said...

A lovely photo that makes me want to learn more about Singapore. I also liked your post yesterday about the baby's month-old celebration. It's great to learn about the customs in other cultures!

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like the photo. The entrance seems a bit cluttered but then most of Japan was really cluttered when I was there 53 years ago. They utilized every inch of space. Something like the photo. It reminds me of those days and I guess that is what it caught my eye.

Olivier said...

enseigne tres impressionnante. belle photo


very impressive sign. beautiful photograph

DwD said...

hey where is it at?
never heard of this place bfore
i know far east plaza though ;p

Zsolt said...

it must be an asylum for Europeans when they are eager to eat some western food:)
I hope your parents had a great time in Budapest!

Martel said...

Hello, I present my blog photographs to you on a small city : Martel. in the Quercy (the black perigord in France), the area of the foie gras and the omelette to boletus.

mon blog of photographs on the town of Martel.

Emily Lin said...

Awesome arc.. It's been some time since my last visits to Singapore. I wished I could go there for christmas again T.T