Bumming around Singapore on a Bumboat

Bumboats are brightly coloured low slung boats that in the past carried cargo between the ships and the harbour, but today they carry bums of tourists 😊

It was a great way to appreciate Singapore’s skyline on a beautiful morning.

We passed under many bridges, often named after British men who forged businesses in the area.

Many of the Quays now operate as brightly coloured eating places on the river front, with high rise buildings as the back drop.

The Merlion, icon of Singapore, was surrounded by tourists as it is every day.

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