Singapore Day 3: Old Railway

Singapore is a very boring place to me. I mean it. I’ve been there quite a few times and I’ve never really had a blast.

Okay, the culinary experiences Singapore could offer are great, but there are not much other than that. On our 3rd day in Singapore, we ran out of places to visit other than restaurants or cafes. However, we were very keen to explore this old railway that is said to be one of the most “Instagrammable” spot in Singapore.


They might not have the complete four seasons, or one of the 7 wonders of the world, but Singapore does have Instagram worthy spots to visit, such as 2 old railways near Rail Mall and King Albert Park. Both railways are reachable on foot after getting off from its nearest MRT station.

The rain poured so hard on that day. After getting off the MRT, HG and I took cover from the under a bridge nearby the railway. If you know me well, you would know how impatient I could be. After waiting for some time, I decided to explore the railway with an umbrella under the rain.



After the rain had stopped, we took the chance to take more photos even though the skies were gloomy. The railways are rustic and old. It gave a totally different feel than Marina Bay. I guess everything modern had its roots in the past.

If you were wondering, the railways are totally safe for OOTD shots. It is no longer used and no harm could have ever happened.



This spot ended our photo exploration in Singapore. HG and I decided to spend the next few days chilling and working on a small cafe while meeting with some friends. However, we got more food stories coming up!

If you wish to know places to go for an unconventional Singapore trip, read a few other posts right here.

Keep exploring,

DR. (@demasryan)


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