Singapore’s Vibrant Colours

Singapore’s Vibrant Colours

The Tamil community in Singapore is particularly active in Singapore, and it is mostly their culture and influences you will get to see around Little India - in everything from food to clothes. Little India is commonly known as Tekka in the Singaporean Indian community. Along Serangoon Road, you can find Tekka Centre which is a multi-use building complex comprising a wet market, food centre and shops. 

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We’ve updated our photography e-booklet

We’ve updated our photography e-booklet

We've updated our e-booklet again. Our comprehensive 124 page guide to everything photography related covers technical aspects, composition, portraiture and night photography. We've added new photos for better comprehension and added sections dedicated to aperture. Download it free from Aperture Tours.

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Singapore's Lost Chinatown Market

Singapore's Lost Chinatown Market

A visit to the market at the Chinatown Complex will show you the other side of Singapore - vibrant, busting with chaotic energy. The Complex doesn’t look like much on the outside, but step inside and transport yourself to a hive of activity filled from the hawker centre to the most extensive wet market in Singapore.

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The Best Places to Explore in 2018

The Best Places to Explore in 2018

2018 is upon us at last, and with it, it brings new opportunities, new experiences and the chance to explore new cities around the globe. In the previous year we have been worked hard to dive into the underbelly of the most photogenic cities in the world; find the best places to shoot, hide, eat and drink, so you will have no excuses when you go travelling in 2018 as to what to do when you touch down

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The Thousand Words : Anyã Likhitha

The Thousand Words : Anyã Likhitha

A picture tells a thousand words... and we are here to tell you a few more in our ongoing series A Thousand Words where we dig through the vault of talented photographers at Aperture Tours and get them to open up a little about some of their favourite images. This week we look at our Singapore photographer Anyâ and her panorama masterpeice "Put Your Mind To Sleep".

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Chinese New Year in Singapore

Chinese New Year in Singapore

The mood in Singapore is festive and there is a lot going on with extravagant processions, colourful lanterns, energetic lion dancing, loud firecrackers and massive fireworks displays. People are on the streets shopping for presents, chatting to one another over slices of mandarin oranges for good luck or feasting on special dishes. This is Chinese New Year in Singapore.

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Singapore Sling at Raffles

Singapore Sling at Raffles

Gentlemen were propping up the bar, a glass of whisky at hand, while ladies chattered as they enjoyed gin and tonic. Just kidding! Ladies were prohibited from drinking in public in 1915 Singapore. Their vice was fruit juice… or so they wanted you to think.

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