Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong often chronicles his excursions around Singapore, posting about them on social media with the hashtag #jalanjalan ("to go for a walk" in Malay).
PM Lee posted on Monday, March 2 about a recent weekend trip to the Jurong Bird Park saying that the current lull period for local attractions, caused by the Covid-19 outbreak, made it a good time to visit.
He also shared a number of eye-catching photos, which he took.
Here are some highlights:
PM Lee's photography clearly impressed, with many appreciative comments:
PM Lee apparently stopped to take pictures will fellow park visitors as well:
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PM Lee added a suggestion that those who are worried about other countries imposing travel restrictions on visitors from Singapore could consider a local staycation instead.
He also dropped a nugget of Covid-19-related trivia in the caption on one of the photos:
He concluded his post caption by urging Singaporeans to "go about our lives as normally as possible".
You can see his post here:
Top image via PM Lee's FB Page
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