Yeah, heheh… tapping on a movie that has since long been screened and forgotten we think… But we aren’t really referring about richness in a material sense of our little red dot. Well yes we are on second thought. The richness of places one can come and see, fill albums online or offline etc.
Many have written about the scenes cut out from the movie and how you might be able to get there and feel the vibe of the actors/actresses as they script out the movie. Inspired by one such post (here), we’ve decided (well actually this post was penned in August last year) to show you even better versions of the places depicted in the movie.
If you think Marina bay is cool, then the Marina barrage is cooler. Why? Because it hold water! LOL
Lau Pa Sat, Chinatown or Newton hawker center scenes pales in comparison to the real hawker centers out in the heartlands…
Some might think Fort Canning is such a historic place to visit. But did you you know Labrador park too have them too?
To be honest there isn’t much to gawk at in Sentosa cove. The southern ridges offer far better views.
Peranakan houses depicted in the movies you might not be able to access. The shophouses here at Little India and the vicinity around you can actually buy stuff in and feel the realness.
Instead of getting to the shipyards, why not venture to a Kelong near Pulau Ubin instead?
Chinese garden is definitely a viable alternative to the gardens by the bay…
Jurong East’s malls may not be as “famous” as Orchard road, but you’d find most things there too, sans the high brand though…
Yeah we know MacRitchie is a beautiful place to be. But we also know Seletar reservoir/Jurong lake sunrises can be such a stunner too!
Inspired to find alternative yet crazily free places to visit?