Thought I could snap photos and kinda share what I do mostly every morning; my route to work with the bus.
I have great public transport just outside my apartment. The buses comes pretty frequently, but it’s not after a timetable like in Stockholm with the precise time of arrival. It has an approximate time of how long it’s between each bus. However, some busstops and there are even some apps that allows you to see when the next bus is coming.
I don’t find that too troublesome. However, it takes quite long to travel with bus. Not sure if it’s because of the trafic or the many stops or a mixture or them both, but a trip that normally takes 10min with car will take 30 min with bus sometimes.
I travel with two different buses to get to the office which is slightly on the westside and is a bit far for me. In the morning it takes a bit more than an hour to get to the office, without any feeling of traffic jam. I catch the bus before the traffic gets heavy, which is why I’m always one of the first 3 at work. Today I even arrived first, which meant that I had to wait for someone to open the door to the office..hehe
Anyway, travelling home with the same buses takes 30 min more than in the evening..yeah..traffic jams!
It’s a nice route to work though so I’m still enjoying it.
In the bus, ahead is the Marina Bay Sands
This is the Esplanade, also known as the Durian. That’s where I saw the Swanlake ballett
Forgot, but the art museum or something hehe. It’s pretty big and stretches for like 2 blocks..
The buildings on the right side and stretching for like 2-3 blocks on both sides is the SMU – Singapore Management University. Many exchange students go here, especially swedish ones.
I will always wonder how and why they came up with that signage/logo..doesn’t make sense. If it do to you, please explain to me..
Somerset station; this is where I change to the other bus
In the second bus and arriving to Orchard, which is another big station and meetingpoint.
Arrived to my busstop, to those who knows me: I cross this road! Unbelievable right?? haha
Funny graphic at the reception area at work =)
How many times do you think I’ve stood here to get inspiration? haha
Our brainstorm room, next to a bigger meeting room
The company I work at is very young, in mind and attitude more than anything. I really appreciate the inspirational and refreshing inputs around the office. A lot about the environment makes it feel breezy and open. Great place for great ideas to form and inspiration to flow? I think it’s a great start anyways
What kind of workenvironment motivates you?