Sometimes, one of the better ways to enjoy Singapore is to travel on foot. I have found that walking along the Singapore River in the evening from about 6.30 - 7 p.m. can treat one's eyes to some beautiful sceneries. Furthermore, it is usually not too hot during that time of the day.
A few weeks ago, I was at Tiong Bahru area attending a meeting. After the meeting, I decided to walk about taking photographs. I started my journey, and without realising, I had actually walked from Tiong Bahru area to Robertson Quay, then to Clarke Quay and to High Street, and finally stopped at Raffles City shopping mall.
The walk was a fairly therapeutic one. There was a nice breeze that day, and while the sun wasn't the most ideal for taking photographs, the air was fairly bearable that day. The best part was that it was fairly peaceful along the stretch of the Singapore River, from Robertson Quay to Ord Bridge.
Now I shall let the photographs do the talking:
"Ord" is the abbreviation of "Ordnance".
If you like the sceneries in the photos, you might wish to travel alongside the Singapore River too.