Sep 062011
 

Malaysia may be a lush, green country – but sadly, from what I saw much of its natural greenery has been hacked away and replaced by vast plantations of palms.

Not so in Singapore.

The four-lane highway we entered just moments after crossing the border – in addition to being flawlessly maintained and litter-free – wound beneath such lush vegetation I almost felt like I’d been driven into a rainforest. Sitting on the same latitude line as the northern Amazon in Brazil and the Congo Basin in Africa, Singapore is about as tropical as it gets – with a climate fluctuating from “hot to hotter” and “really humid to unbelievably humid.”

Honestly, I had no idea Singapore was so lush. But I guess it does make sense, considering that it’s damp and rainy pretty much all year round 😛

Note: These posts are behind realtime; the above took place on Friday, February 18th.

  4 Responses to “Tropical Singapore”

  1. was it as clean as Shijiazhuang? 😉

  2. Hahaha riiiight 😛

  3. India is cleaner 😛

  4. LOL! Especially funny considering the e-mail you sent about India’s cleanliness just 2 minutes before posting that comment 😆

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