From the Car Window: Landmarks, Temples and a Church

Behind the temple you can see the most famous HDB flat – The Pinnacle at Duxton.

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The Pinnacle towers over everything.

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The MICA (Ministry of Information, Communication & The Arts) Building. Love the multicoloured lego-like windows.

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A clearer shot of the pretty and unique building which used to be the Hill Street Police Station erected during colonial times in 1934. It’s one of our 64 national monuments.

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Clarke Quay and next to it Liang Court. One of the favourite places in Singapore.

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The Tank Road Hindu Temple. Sri Thendayuthapani Temple which is the temple of the Chettiar community.

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The Church of the Sacred Heart along Tank Road

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Love the mustard colour of the Chicago School of Business.

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The highway and the gorgeous sky.

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About bookjunkie

Blogging about my daily life in Singapore helps with my mid life crisis.
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8 Responses to From the Car Window: Landmarks, Temples and a Church

  1. Nice collection of color! I would love to see a close up of the first temple–it looks very interesting!

  2. clara says:

    I love the mansion housing CBS!

  3. Al says:

    Cute MICA! 😀

  4. Crystal says:

    I love the from the car window photo essays…although they make me jealous of your car 🙂

    • bookjunkie says:

      I don’t really enjoy car rides and in a way the photo taking is to distract me and it really works. I’m able to transport myself out of the confines of the car.

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