Tag Archives: Multi-cultural

“Streets of Harmony” in Singapore

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All three of the Straits Settlements towns, Penang, Malacca and Singapore were known to be multi-cultural melting pots, home to almost all of the creeds and religions in the world.  In each of these, there were streets known as “Streets … Continue reading

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Commercial, Residential and (Multi-)Religious Architecture in Vientiane

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Despite being the smallest capital city in Southeast Asia, Vientiane is no less diverse ethnically and religiously.  Its commercial and religious architecture is consequently, one of the most interestingly diverse as well so far on the Grand Tour. It’s almost … Continue reading

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