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Photo Gallery: Singapore

The Spring 2015 Voyage was in Singapore for two short days.  See the city from the perspective of the Spring 2015 shipboard community:

Meerkats are native to southern Africa, but Jake Molloy from York County Community College photographed this Meerkat in the Singapore Zoo.
Meerkats are native to southern Africa, but Jake Molloy from the University of Colorado Boulder photographed this Meerkat in the Singapore Zoo.
Singapore is one of the busiest ports in the world. Jean-Michel M'Bouroukounda from the University of Colorado Boulder captured the port after sunset from the Marina Bay Sands hotel.
Singapore is one of the busiest ports in the world. Jean-Michel M’Bouroukounda from the University of Colorado Boulder captured the port after sunset from the Marina Bay Sands hotel.
Nick Bergh from the University of Virginia photographed the Singapore Flyer from the gardens at Marina Bay. When it was built in 2008, the Singapore Flyer was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world.
Nick Bergh from the University of Virginia photographed the Singapore Flyer from the gardens at Marina Bay. When it was built in 2008, the Singapore Flyer was the tallest Ferris wheel in the world.
Chapman University student Scott Minard visited the Singapore Zoo and the tiger exhibit. "The Singapore Zoo was by far the most impressive zoo I've ever visited."
Chapman University student Scott Minard visited the Singapore Zoo and the tiger exhibit. “The Singapore Zoo was by far the most impressive zoo I’ve ever visited.”
Staff member Greg Walsh captured the Singapore skyline and Marina Bay just after sunset.
Staff member Greg Walsh captured the Singapore skyline and Marina Bay just after sunset.
Staff member Alex Meyer took a walk in the Botanical Gardens and found many beautiful flowers, this heliconia flower being one of them.
Staff member Alex Meyer took a walk in the Botanical Gardens and found many beautiful flowers, this heliconia flower being one of them.
Hannah Zdanowitz from CU Boulder photographed these buildings on Haji Street where color and art dominated the streets filled with shops and restaurants.
Hannah Zdanowitz from University of Colorado Boulder photographed these buildings on Haji Street where color and art dominated the streets filled with shops and restaurants.
The Aldabra giant tortoise is one of the largest species of tortoise in the world. Jazmine Garcia from Santiago Canyon College found this tortoise at the Singapore Zoo.
The Aldabra giant tortoise is one of the largest species of tortoise in the world. Jazmine Garcia from Santiago Canyon College found this tortoise at the Singapore Zoo.

 

 

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