City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours

Thursday, June 05, 2014 0 Comments

City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours

Singapore Photo Essay: Singapore Walking Tours


If you’ve been living in Singapore for quite some time already, you know how this small red dot can be sometimes. Sometimes it’s so fascinating, sometimes not so much. Most of the time though, you find ways to make things interesting.

That’s probably why there are so many restaurants, bars, cafes, museums, parks, spots, and different cultures sprouting feverishly from every possible corner. Even if there’s no corner left, you’ll see new lands being acquired just to accommodate such ingenuity. Yes, that’s how awesome and contemporary Singapore is. And with all of these new things, it’s rather easy to forget a lot of things too.

It’s easy to forget something you like, because something new is there to amuse your curiosity. That’s where the Singapore Walking Tours come in. This group of heroic and passionate youngsters from one of the best schools in Singapore, the Nanyang Technological University (Tourism & Hospitality Management Club), offers experiential walking tours for anyone who would like to Singapore from a local’s point of view. Everyone is welcome to join, oldies, youngsters, expats, and even locals can join the group - just be at the meeting place during the meet up time and that’s it.


Wanting to see and learn of a place you’ve known for quite some time already, you will need some sort of refreshing new method. This one is thoroughly enjoying, you learn, you relearn, and you meet new people too. Singapore Footprints is one of those superb school projects you would to be part of or experience at least. Got to learn so many things from these kids, and even met a few friends from Germany, London, and Philippines!

Sharing some pictures I took while on this walking adventure. Each has its own inside story and interesting fact to share. Thinking of starting my own walking tour version? Hmm, you with me? Hah. 

City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours

City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours
City Travel Photo Essay: Singapore Footprints - Walking Tours








Bowdy is an amateur adventurer, a coffee sleepyhead, and a start-up rooter, with a penchant for classic-looking photos. At last count, he has visited some 52 countries, and is now living in Singapore. He's always in search of fascinating routines to exploit, within the edges of after-office hours and (un)limited holidays.

For collaboration ideas, email bowdywanders@gmail.com.

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