Category Archives: Travelogue

Walk in the Parks – first edition is published

Singapore is not a concrete jungle with houses, buildings and roads. She is known for her parks with green fields and water bodies. Over the years, National Parks Board has done much to make our parks more accessible and beautiful. … Continue reading

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My Impression of Hanoi, Vietnam

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam. It is in the Northern part of Vietnam and is the seat of power of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam after the withdrawal of the American soldiers. Hanoi (Ha Noi 河內) is so called … Continue reading

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My impression of Halong Bay, Vietnam

Halong Bay is UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Bay has some 1,600 islets with limestone karsts, some huge and many small ones rising above green and calm waters. Legend has it that a descending dragon (Ha Long) created these islets … Continue reading

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My impression of Sapa, Vietnam

Sapa town is in Lao Cai Province of Northern Vietnam. To reach this town from Hanoi city, you can take the roads using the highways or you can take the overnight train. We ride in a car and we set … Continue reading

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Trip to Hanoi 2017

Last year in January, my family visited Ho Chi Minh City. HCMC sits at the south of Vietnam. It was such a culture shock visiting Vietnam for the first time. The impression then was the deepest. We did not know … Continue reading

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Visit to Dairy Farm Nature Park

You can access the Dairy Farm Nature Park from the Hillview MRT station. If you drive, you can park at Car Park A off Dairy Farm Road and move towards MOE Adventure Centre. When you take the right road from … Continue reading

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Visit to Singapore Botanic Gardens

Have you gone to Singapore Botanic Gardens after it was conferred the UNSECO World Heritage Site in 2015? There were changes to the Gardens. The latest addition is the Learning Forest. This Learning Forest is connected to the existing Rain … Continue reading

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