Try going to Kuan Yin Temple at 11.50pm on Chinese New year eve and wait for 12 midnight.
Be prepared to be jostled by a surging crowd. No camera photo taking allowed inside the temple hall. Only outside.
[QUOTE=devilry;8339115]i just went chinese garden for some shooting, but ended up i thought i went to other countries. at some point, i kept slappig myself to find out whether i am dreaming or am i really in india/bangladesh/china/phillipines... i look left, i look right, i look everywhere but cant smell any singaporeans!!!QUOTE]
Did you look up and down? and/or at the mirror? you should be able to find one on the mirror :-).
Kidding a side most Chinese Singaporean are out visiting relatives some are overseas taking advantage of a very long weekend take 3 days leave = 1 full week :-). But I do see alot of Malay and Indian SINGAPOREAN out yesterday also how to tell if they are Singaporean can tell mah not only by thier smell but how they speak and act. :-)
year of the water snake it's been few days now raining can feel the water alright...
even if its malays or indian or chinese - the way they dress, behave, they speak etc. u can tell whether they are singaporeans. Its quite obvious..
Normally East coast park is the place most non Chinese Singaporean goes during CNY I guess the rain make them to go to other places :-)
anyways, Chinese New Year's supposed to be about welcoming people to your home and cleaning the slate for the coming year.
don't ruin it with bitter/spiteful remarks
I eats, shoots & leaves