The City Ramble Design Trails

Highlighting little-known spots

The people behind the urban guide, The City Ramble Stories (left), include (above from left) Ms Stella Gwee, Mr Lim Zeharn, Mr Ryan Len, Ms Ella Zheng, Mr Adib Jalal and Mr Lim Zeherng. They are at Sajeev Digital Studio, a stop featured in the guideb
The people behind the urban guide, The City Ramble Stories, include (above from left) Ms Stella Gwee, Mr Lim Zeharn, Mr Ryan Len, Ms Ella Zheng, Mr Adib Jalal and Mr Lim Zeherng. They are at Sajeev Digital Studio, a stop featured in the guidebook.ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI
The people behind the urban guide, The City Ramble Stories (left), include (above from left) Ms Stella Gwee, Mr Lim Zeharn, Mr Ryan Len, Ms Ella Zheng, Mr Adib Jalal and Mr Lim Zeherng. They are at Sajeev Digital Studio, a stop featured in the guideb
The people behind the urban guide, The City Ramble Stories (above), include Ms Stella Gwee, Mr Lim Zeharn, Mr Ryan Len, Ms Ella Zheng, Mr Adib Jalal and Mr Lim Zeherng. They are at Sajeev Digital Studio, a stop featured in the guidebook.ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI

Plastered all over the walls and ceilings of Sajeev Digital Studio in Little India are photographs of hundreds of migrant workers.

Word on the street is that you can have your photo taken there - and have it sent back to Bangladesh or India to help you get matchmade with a bride.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 10, 2018, with the headline 'Highlighting little-known spots'. Print Edition | Subscribe