Macomber Productions Returns to Singapore

Macomber Productions recently returned to Singapura, which is the Malay name for Singapore, meaning “The Lion City.” The Merlion statue, with the head of a lion and the body of a fish, watches over the city from Marina Bay at One Fullerton Place. It’s surrounded by Marina Park, the Esplanade, the Fullerton Hotel and the new Marina Sands Resort, three tall structures connected with a green roof deck designed in the shape of a Chinese character. Lazily winding it’s way through the heart of this metropolis is the Singapore River, where an abundance of hip bars and restaurants come to life after sunset, when the sticky tropical air cools off only slightly. Over the last couple of years Singapore has become a second home to me. I love the diversity in its people and its spicy Malaysian, Indian and Chinese food. If you love food, you will love Singapore!


Spicy Crayfish with Glass Noodles











Deadly Hot Chili Peppers










The lychee ice cream soda floats are amazing. They also help put out the fire from all the spicy food!


Lychee Ice Cream Soda Float












Spectacular modern buildings and a top notch transit system make this city the place to be for young professionals.


Singapore Skyline from the SkyPark










Nora poses at Marina Bay Sands Resort Skypark









The Marina Bay Sands Resort is the latest mammoth structure to rise up on the Singapore skyline – three massive towers  boasting spectacular views of the city and beyond. These breath taking vistas can be soaked in from the “SkyPark” on the top floor, an observation deck which was designed to look  like a huge ship and is three football fields long. It can host hundreds of people at one time.


Marina Bay Sands Resort














View of Marina Bay Sands Resort from One Fullerton Place

The SkyPark also has a giant 150 meter infinity swimming pool which is designed to give both spectators and swimmers the feeling that they are about to fall over the edge of the building. Next to the pool area are exclusive restaurants featuring fabulous Singapore cuisine.


Infinity Pool at the SkyPark













Malay Woman in Geylang


Nora at Heavenly Temple of Happiness









The one thing that will always keep me coming back to Singapore is my sayang Nora. The above pic was taken at the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore. Here is a look at that short DSLR film shot with a Canon T2i  : )



Return to Singapura shot on Canon HV40. Some shots handheld and some stablized with a GorillaPod.
Soundtrack: “An Ending” by Brian Eno
Special thanks to Tampines Mall street musician: “Mas”





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