Photographers who are interested to take a picture of the Queen in the public places she will be visiting may be interested in her journey:
17 March 2006 - Singapore
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will receive a ceremonial welcome at the Presidential Palace before meeting the President of the Republic. They will then attend a coffee morning with representatives of the British community and Singaporeans.
The Queen will visit the National Library, where she will view entries into the Singapore Youth Commonwealth photo competition and meet winners. Her Majesty will meet school children as she leaves.
Meanwhile, The Duke of Edinburgh will visit Biopolis, which helps further the Biomedical Sciences industry in Singapore.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a lunch with the Prime Minister before laying a wreath at the Cenotaph.
The Queen will then visit a housing complex, where she will view a traditional dance demonstration and a tai chi demonstration, meet a family living in the complex (the Pangs, whom she met previously in 1972), and go on a walkabout.
Meanwhile, The Duke of Edinburgh will attend an NYAA (Singapore's equivalent of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award) event and will open the World Wild Life Fund's Asia Pacific Office.
In the evening, The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a State banquet at the Presidential Palace at which Her Majesty will make a speech.
18 March 2006 - Singapore
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will host a return State lunch.
Her Majesty will then visit the Singapore Turf Club, where she will meet jockeys, watch the QEII race and present the QEII Cup.
Meanwhile, The Duke of Edinburgh will visit a sports school, where he will view sports activities and present a swimming competition prize.'