A macaque is touring around Singapore’s Marina Bay and his photos are stunning

Many people have been staying at home, trying to limit their time outside as much as possible as we combat the coronavirus.

But it seems like one Singapore resident is taking advantage of the peace and quiet to take a tour around the island city-state.

A lone male macaque was spotted on October 2, 2020, chilling at Marina Bay and enjoying the sights without the usual crowd of tourists.

Sabrina K. Nguyen told Mothership that she thought the animal was a squirrel at first, but soon realized it was undeniably a primate.

IMAGE: Mothership
IMAGE: Mothership

The macaque also had plenty of photo ops thanks to Nguyen and can I just say, this monkey poses better than I do.

If it had an Instagram page, I might probably follow it to be honest.

IMAGE: Mothership
IMAGE: Mothership
IMAGE: Mothership

Just look at that side profile. That’s a true model.

IMAGE: Mothership

Macaques have been recently spotted around Singapore.

However, because of their wild nature, it’s important to maintain a safe distance and avoid feeding them if you happen to see any.

Wild otters have also become a more frequent sighting in Singapore, leading to a picture that perfectly encapsulates everyday life.

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Cover image sourced from Mothership.