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Nights in Singapore | It’s a challenge to find good vantage points for capturing cityscapes in Singapore. The country is generally as flat as the Netherlands (i.e. very flat), and the buildings are more spread out than in South Korea or Hong Kong - which makes it hard to find orderly compositions.
Still, I was quite pleased to come across these views from Mount Faber. It’s really just a hill that is barely 100 metres high, but with the heat and humidity in Singapore, that’s high enough to make you lose 2 liters of sweat walking up there.
Mount Faber is a peaceful place, with lush greens, away from the hustle and bustle of the city - definitely worth adding to your list if you ever plan on visiting Singapore. Bring your telephoto lens for shots like these.