Once we returned from Indonesia, we decided to forgo the high rise hotel area and instead find a hotel in one of the neighborhoods of Singapore to see a different side of the city/state. Below are images from mini excursions near our hotel in the neighborhood of Little India. At night, Little India was more lively than just about any neighborhood I've ever been in. The colors were vibrant, the music was loud and the chatter was ongoing. There were people and cars everywhere, even at midnight. These photos are from a walk back to the hotel after dinner in the neighborhood. Thanks to a friend's restaurant recommendation, we had the best Indian food of our entire lives in that neighborhood. We stayed at a boutique hotel, the Wanderlust. Each capsule room is a different Pantone color. If any of you are design nerds out there, you'll understand the nerdy significance of that. Ours was Cyan, and we were pretty infatuated by the color, neon sign and geometric ceiling. We also took a trip over to Chinatown. It's pretty touristy, but still interesting, especially for all the hawker food stands and wide variety of food that you can by no means get in Missouri.