It's the 1st of September already! How time flies. As usual, the first day of the month is the Theme Day for City Daily Bloggers.
Here's my contribution for September. These are street signs that indicate that a tourist attraction is nearby. It is usually written in many languages too. There's also a colourful graphic beside it. Now, you know where to eat in Chinatown, Singapore!
These fellow Daily Photo Sites around the whole are also participating in the Theme Day. See how the theme is being interpreted in different cities.
Due to different time-zones, some photos might appear at a later time.
Seattle (WA), USA - Ocean Township (NJ), USA - Cottage Grove (MN), USA - Cleveland (OH), USA - Menton, France - Monte Carlo, Monaco - Singapore, Singapore - Boston (MA), USA - Mexico (DF), Mexico - Kajang (Selangor), Malaysia - Mainz, Germany - Evry, France - Port Angeles (WA), USA - Sequim (WA), USA - Maple Ridge (BC), Canada - Nottingham, UK - Toulouse, France - Wassenaar (ZH), Netherlands - Manila, Philippines - Mumbai, India - Montpellier, France - Bellefonte (PA), USA - Stayton (OR), USA - Moscow, Russia - Paris, France - Saint Paul (MN), USA - Austin (TX), USA - Lyon, France - Stockholm, Sweden - Hyde, UK - Hong Kong, China - Joplin (MO), USA - Seoul, South Korea - Chandler (AZ), USA - St. Louis (MO), USA - Arlington (VA), USA - Anderson (SC), USA - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Villigen, Switzerland - Sydney, Australia - Ampang (Selangor), Malaysia - Montego Bay, Jamaica - Norwich (Norfolk), UK - San Diego (CA), USA - Bandung (West Java), Indonesia - Albuquerque (NM), USA - Melbourne, Australia - Nelson, New Zealand - Quincy (MA), USA - Kyoto, Japan - Tokyo, Japan - Bend (OR), USA - Wellington, New Zealand - New Orleans (LA), USA - Cypress (TX), USA - Nashville (TN), USA - Bucaramanga (Santander), Colombia - Detroit (MI), USA - Saigon, Vietnam - Selma (AL), USA - Phoenix (AZ), USA - Miami (FL), USA - Arradon, France - Sheki, Azerbaijan - New York City (NY), USA - Inverness (IL), usa - North Bay (ON), Canada - Melbourne, Australia - Port Vila, Vanuatu - Tenerife, Spain - Auckland, New Zealand - Forks (WA), USA - Rotterdam, Netherlands - Chateaubriant, France - Madison (WI), USA - Wailea (HI), USA - Orlando (FL), USA - Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation - Ajaccio, France - Baltimore (MD), USA - Crepy-en-Valois, France - Rabaul, Papua New Guinea - Budapest, Hungary - Lyon, France - Saarbrücken, Germany - Adelaide (SA), Australia - Le Guilvinec, France - River Falls (WI), USA - Stavanger, Norway - Naples (FL), USA - London, UK - La Antigua, Guatemala - Philadelphia (PA), USA - Montréal (QC), Canada - Paris, France - San Diego (CA), USA - Trujillo, Peru - Haninge, Sweden - Prague, Czech Republic - Oslo, Norway - Grenoble, France - Shanghai, China - Toronto (ON), Canada - Durban, South Africa - Zurich, Switzerland - Cape Town, South Africa - Singapore, Singapore - Torino, Italy - Flagstaff (AZ), USA
Well, I am always interested in recommendations for good places to eat. Neat sign.
Chinese food is among the best!!
I'll keep it in mind. :)
China Town!I love China Town.Full of culture.
Yes! Take me by the hand, and I'm there with you!
Do they put MSG in their food there? Great photo and Happy Theme Day!
i'm not kepo but i wanna leave a comment ;) heh heh...
nice capture of the five languages for the touristic street signage! honestly i am not sure how many languages we will have in time to come (now japanese language is added to promote tourism)
I see some similarity. in some nice areas near the Lake Balaton here in Budapest, street signs were in German. The fact that a lot of German-speaking tourist populated it time ago created some kind of 'historical query'. It was same as what singapore is doing now to keep up to, just that, Germans had stop frequenting but the signs+many evidences of their visit still remains.
I still hope more japanese will keep going to singapore:) Who knows probaby by the next time,we will see some arabic scripts, Korean characters or some Greek ;)
Woot. I wanna go there too. Bring me there, Keropok! =)
I've visited China Town. I did a lot of shopping there-beautiful silk bags, toys, mementos but didn't know where to eat.
Next time I'll keep this sign in mind.
Food? Did someone say food? I'm there!
I love the sign--and the many other signs around it. Great shot. :)
Street food is always so enticing! Which one to choose?!
Lovely sign... If I ever go to Singapore, I'll know where to find something good to eat. :)
Great photo and good idea for those whose languages might not be mentioned to have a graphic too.
You have three signs; the sign for us tourist, a sign to encourage walking, and the street sign. All outside the 7 eleven.
So many way to eat, so many way to speak and write about...
Even though Montego Bay is a pretty touristy area and we do get visitors from all over the world who speak different languages, all our signs are in English. ;-/
I wonder if we will ever have signs like yours.
It was 6 years ago when we were in Singapore and I was truly amazed as the vast number of different places to eat.
Well, I definitely want to go that way!
I love that graphic next to the sign!
Very cool sign for our theme day. I like the multi-lingual efforts many countries make to help visitors around.
One could get many infos from this photo. Thanks keropok.
PS : is keropok = kerupuk = prawn crackers ?
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Oh this looks so Singaporean. I wish I was there right now !
You picked up a good sign what Singapore is about.
MMMMmmmmm, I want to follow THAT sign, YUM! Fun!
I haven't had Sunday brunch yet. Am now thinking of dim sum.
What a great sign.
thank you keropokman ;)
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