This week’s challenge reminded me of one of my last photo walks in Singapore.
It was in Bukit Pasoh, an old retro district filled with colorfully restored shop houses. One shop house in particular caught my eye. The orange patterned chairs and yellow walls contrasted sharply with the battered wooden doors. Marilyn Munroe eyes and stacked tiffin boxes lured me in. This was a quirky restaurant decorated with vinyl records and 70’s nostalgia.
The signboard outside named the place. Or so I thought. I couldn’t read Chinese. Careful inspection of the picture though, identifies the cafe as Eight. Located at 8 Bukit Pasoh. Singaporeans may be nostalgic but they are efficient.
Photos taken in Singapore, 2017