during the public holiday on a Monday I took my little film camera out for a walk in tanjong Pagar! our central business district. it was quiet unlike the normal days but I really enjoyed the high rise building along with the serenity of the place!
Singapores Tanjong Pagar has a historical reserve, which is called priceless treasure by locals. Every house here has a shading corridor, and some corridors have graffiti, making it a beautiful landscape. Tanjong Pagar is connected to Chinatown's Chinatown, and it takes only a short walk if you don't take the subway.
The reserved area that I see now is built. Fortunately, the Singapore government does not have the convenience of drawing all the buildings in the same color. The reserved area retains a lot of Chinese culture, such as pharmacists, tea houses, calligraphers, wooden shoemakers, and Chinese ancient massages. Most of the buildings in the reserved area are between two and three floors. The buildings are similar in style, but the details are different, which are reflected in the color of the external walls and windows. Some houses that seem to be ordinary are filled with a sun-filled atmosphere after color matching, which brings a good mood to the viewer. It is a very pleasant thing to live in it. Although the exterior walls and main building style of the reserved area are rich in Nanyang style, some roofs and thresholds can find traces of traditional buildings in southern China. To be precise, the traditional architecture of Tanjong Pagar is perfect for Chinese style and Nanyang style. In combination, this represents the love of Singaporean overseas Chinese for root culture.
탄종 파카는 싱가포르에 위치해 있으며 고층 빌딩과 함께 놀라운 역사적 건축물을 포함하고 있다. 이 곳에는 1870년에서 1940년 사이에 지어진 200채 이상의 아름다운 상점들이 있다. 또한, 초기에 지어진 주택들은 숨막히도록 아름다운 중국식 디자인의 모습을 보여주며, 현대식 집들은 말레이 목재 보습공사와 중국 패널 프레스코화를 포함한 민족적인 특징을 가지고 있다. 일단 이 아름다운 명소를 즐기면서 하루를 보낸다면, 평화로운 느낌과 함께 밤을 보낼 수 있을 것이다. 시끌벅적한 저녁에는 잘 어울리는 술집, 나이트클럽, 그리고 다른 식당들이 많이 있다.