Sunday, March 11, 2012

A Peek At Little India

What do I love most about traveling? Being able to expose and immerse myself in cultures that are so different from what I was brought up in. It's like being a sponge; I try to absorb, understand, and appreciate every little bit of the cultures I am exposed to. I think the best teacher is experience. Tasting different foods, seeing people practice their religion, or just basically how they live their lives; these are the reasons why I love being in a foreign (or unfamiliar) place. :)


Little India 














Photos taken and owned by Joseph Cabato

22 comments:

  1. That's one funky temple! The carved statues on the spire are very intricate. Fantastic art! Too bad I skipped Little India in SG. This post made me wanna go back.

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  2. beautiful and strange! Love them.

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  3. I agree in what you said that experience is the best teacher. You, yourself can learn lots of things from your own experiences. Love the photos by the way! :)

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  4. i never got around little india when i was in SG but i hope i'd get to go there when i go back.
    cool photos, ayzee =)

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  5. been there but didn't have time to visit that temple...i remember my friends just accompanied me to this pasalubong store there...

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  6. I love the lights and the sculpture. San banda ang Little India sa SG? Ito yung place na maraming makukulay na building right? I'll be in SG end of March. I really plan to shoot at Little India.

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  7. ah Little India in Singapore! haven't thought of visiting it though been to Singapore many times. nice photos by Joseph, glad you could borrow.

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    1. Hi Mhe-anne! He doesn't have a choice. I'm his fave cousin! Hahaha! Thank you! :)

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  8. I wonder where little India is located? I presume it's not in India. Hehehe!

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  9. Little India is from where? Coz they have the same name located in Malaysia. I love the last shot! I'm just addicted to motion blur.. hehe ;) and I love indian tradition too! Been to a lot of indian temples, they never stop to amaze me..

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  10. Been here many times. This is in SG right? I so love SG, they have the China Town and Little India and the cultures are so diverse. I so love it especially seeing them in their national costumes. Cool photos. I love them all. :)

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  11. My Mom seems to be addicted now to India movies, but hey they really do have a great story on their movies it's just that it's too long and a lot of singing.

    Is it a safe place to visit? In the movies I see it's totally hot and dusty. Not sure if it was just a province though. LOL.

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  12. awesome ! amazing little india in Singapore ...love the great shots you have ! :)

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  13. Travelling is gaining first hand experience - something that books can never give you. The photos are beautiful.

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  14. ..haven't been to Sg yet..i wish i could stop by there in time we could visit Sg. ;D


    ~GAGAY, late dropping from FBW ;| ~

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  15. And I thought Little India is located somewhere in India. Silly me. XD

    I agree that being in an unfamiliar place helps us to learn more and enjoy more. ^_^

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  16. You are right experience is the best teacher that is why I want to explore and experience the world as long as have the opportunity.

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  17. Great photos! I agree with you that's the reason too why I love travelling. Trying and experiencing new things! :)

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  18. I missed this when we visited singapore in 2011. my focus was universal studios and sentosa. but we're coming back this november. i hope i do get to see little india this time around./

    visiting via FBW

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  19. Lovely , awesome and amazing art work by indians..........love all pics

    Mishka

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