My fav part of the day is squaring off the wall. Ruins of St Pauls, Macau. It is always so busy there. I liked relaxing in The Venetian but the streets were too crowded for my liking. I don't always take the hour long ferry there, the Portuguese egg tarts and 佛笑楼 restaurants Macau is known for seem of have lost their touch.
#Eastern#Singapore was largely unpopulated until the late 1800s. After #Sir Stamford Raffles executed his town plan for central Singapore in the 1820s, migrants to young Singapore gradually interspersed themselves in further reaches of the island. They founded new villages, or kampongs, in regions that they named after #landmarks like #beaches and #rivers , for example, Potong Pasir, Pasir Ris and Paya Lebar. Other high-density neighbourhoods in the #east include the #cultural#Malay enclave of Geylang, which got its name from a misspelling of the Malay word for "factory", and Tanah Merah a little further on, the "#red#hill ".