The Red Dot Design Museum
Entrance to Singapore’s Red Dot Design Museum is free on the first weekend of each month, so my coworkers and I decided to pop in one Saturday. (Wondering about the name? Locals fondly refer to Singapore as the “little red dot”, because that’s how the tiny city-state appears on most world maps.)
My hyper-abbreviated review: There were some interesting displays but nothing worth the $8 entrance fee, if one were to drop by on a regular day. We did manage to snap a few cool photos, though
Obligatory tourist shot. It’s impossible to miss the colonial building that houses the museum. It’s painted fire-engine red and takes up an entire block.
Great minds think alike. The girls and I were tickled to find out that we had all chosen to wear something aqua. Check out the adorable mailboxes behind us!
Shiny shower head. You won’t need a mirror in your bathroom, if you have a shower head this reflective.
All aglow. Fiber optic lamp, anyone? Props to my coworker Anthony for taking this awesome photo.
Skip to the loo. When I saw this toilet sign, I let out an unbelievably high-pitched squeal of girlish glee. I just had to take a picture.