This is a town in Singapore. It takes about an hour by train from Orchard, but as you come this far, the whole city is comfortable.
From here, after returning to Orchard and leaving the subway it seems that high-rise buildings and condominiums are lined with narrowing as far as I can see.
Although living in Main City is convenient and there are often many good things, it is a good environment to live in the suburbs too.
Keep calm and thank got its Friday!
Today the city of #Sugar Land is a sprawling #suburb southwest of #Houston , home to Imperial Sugar Co., shopping malls and endless cul-de-sacs. But more than a century ago, it was a sprawling network of sugar cane #plantations and #prison camps. Sugar Land was better known then as the #Hellhole on the Brazos. From sunup to sundown, convicts who were leased by the state to plantation owners toiled in the fields chopping sugar cane sometimes until they “dropped dead in their tracks,” as the State Convention of Colored Men of #Texas complained in 1883.