In Singapore there is a district called Chinatown. We went there one day and as soon as we stepped out from the MRT we found ourselves on a street filled up with tourists, buildings on each side painted in pastel colours and the typical Chinese red lanterns hanging high above us. The day we went there was a very very hot day and walking around on those packed street didn’t appeal to us that much so we didn’t stay there for so long. But we did pass the food street where you can find typical Chinese food from different areas, we visited the Hindu temple Sri Mariamman (see the photos below) and we passed the fruitmarket. There are several places of worship, you can find hindu temples, buddhist temples, churches and mosques. Also if you’re into Chinese food you’ll find many restaurants and there are also several museums and art galleries in this area. This website, Chinatown Singapore, is very useful if you’re planning to visit Chinatown.