The workers at this stand maintain a table of offerings.
Durians are banned in Hawker Centers because of their strong smell, which some love and some hate.
A traditional way of selling ice cream.
A container which is used to burn offerings during the Hungry Ghost Festival.
A vendor prepares roasted chestnuts.
A man burns offerings in a No-Parking zone.
A common sight -massages in a shopping mall.
Part of Sentosa Island, Siloso Beach is a popular vacation destination.
A newspaper vendor eats lunch while customers browse.
The Merlion fountain, flanked by buildings representing SingaporeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s corporate success.
A pawnshop, presented in four different languages for its various clients.
A tourist eats fish balls from a street vendor.
A row of food vendors and their tables in Chinatown.
A group eats food from a street vendor.
Two red barrels that are used to burn offerings. The ash is visible on the ground around the barrels.
A classic altar for the deities
A typical Hawker Centre where food stalls are lined up.
This long table contains many offerings.
This elaborate offering is placed in a public space.
Dishes from a restaurant in Chinatown.
Chinatown is one of the stops on SingaporeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s mass transit line.
A historical building in Singapore.
The outside of a Housing Development Board complex.
The banners show both local and foreign businesses, such as 7-11.
A view of older housing complexes from the street.