Hazy Singapore from Pasir Ris Beach

09 Sep
haze singapore

Hazy weather in Singapore, as seen from Pasir Ris Beach

Hazy Weather in Singapore

The haze is back in Singapore again. While yesterday there was heavy mist and a bit of sunlight despite the haze, today there was no sun at all. With such heavy clouds, it was actually quite bright already by 6.45am.

I cycled to Pasir Ris beach this morning and came across these empty seats while in the distance Pulau Ubin and Pasir Gudang could barely be seen. After a short rest, cycled to Tampines Mountain Bike Trail for a re-visit but the pond had already dried up so could not photograph there. Ok, let’s head back to Pasir Ris beach. Still the same hazy weather.  Time to sit back, relax, people watch and just unwind. Despite the “No Swimming” sign, someone swam at the beach. Hmm…that’s your risk, buddy.

I was out since 6.20am and reached home about 12.15pm. The price for staying outdoors cycling for a long period – a bad saw throat. So be careful if you are outdoors during these hazy weather.

Take care!


Posted by on September 9, 2012 in photography, singapore, Travel


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2 responses to “Hazy Singapore from Pasir Ris Beach

  1. Michael Glover

    September 13, 2012 at 10:11 am

    I love the peacefulness of this scene. Looks like a wonderful place to sit and relax!

  2. hasayang

    September 13, 2012 at 9:05 pm

    Hi Michael. I really, really appreciate all your thoughts and comments. Thank you for visiting and all the encouragement. Your blog is very insightful with all the history and background behind each awesome picture. I always look forward to your posting. Keep up all the great work!


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