I have to be honest, the Sony RX100 is a great camera. However, the only reason I used it for my Chinatown street photography was because my Ricoh GR battery died! Haha...to tell the truth, I was surprised to learn that the RX100 is capable out on the Singapore streets, too!
Taking photos in India was one of the highlights of my career. However, I was shocked to find some of the same scenes right in the city of Singapore - during my Little India Street Photography shoot! Indeed, with my Ricoh GR II in tow, I once again discovered the colorful sights, sounds, and exotic tastes of rich and spicy Indian curries.
Singapore is a gleaming, modern metropolis...but if you dig deep, there is still quite a bit of natural and cultural heritage to be found. Take for example the fascinating old jungle cemetery known as Bukit Brown. Abandoned for many decades, it is the final resting place for many early Chinese pioneers...and currently home to a lot of colorful wildlife–such as kingfishers, woodpeckers, and even a troop of curious monkeys!