One of my favourite discoveries in Singapore, apart from the amazing purple dragonfruit and soursop fresh juice at the Maxwell Hawker Centre (I schlepped across town daily for a purple juice upon their discovery, shameless sweaty selfie of me drinking one here) was the Singapore Lomography store.
For a mere $20 (SGD and NZD being pretty much on par) and a $50 deposit forfeited if you hand over your driver's licence, you get a camera of your choice for 24 hours, a film, and the developing of your prints. An absolute bargain and a very cool way to embrace this film movement, and get some sweet grainy shots you wouldn't normally get on a digital camera, or your phone. Your images show up in your email inbox a few days later, and what a lovely, delayed surprise that was in this age of instant gratification.
The lomography philosophy is "don't think just shoot!" and I was familiar with the ten golden rules already, having been a Holga owner for a few years now.
Here's a few of my La Sardina lomo expedition around the Lion City:
Part four of a series. I travelled to Singapore courtesy of Singapore Airlines.