After fasting for the month of Ramadan, Muslims in Singapore celebrate Hari Raya by savoring spicy foods like beef rendang, ketupat, nasi padang and curry puffs, donning brand new colorful clothing and paying respect to their elders. On the eve of Hari Raya I checked out an area in Singapore known as Geylang, a festive neighborhood where Malay people were crowded into sweaty tents to browse bazaars and pick out a last minute baju melayu, the traditional cotton outfit worn during the holiday.

After many days of trekking through the city streets and riding the MRT, I just had to relax with some good ol' fashioned foot reflexology (which I of course had to document).

I must add that this city has one of the cleanest, most modern and efficient Mass Rapid Transit systems in the world.

Note: This was my maiden voyage DSLR shoot/edit!
Camera: Canon T2i w 17-50mm f2.8 lens
Cutting tool: Final Cut Pro
Soundtrack: "Fragment One... And I Kept Hearing"
by The Kenneth Bager Experience

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