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Impressions of Cambodia

Phnom Penh – Capital city of Cambodia Moving from Battambang to Phnom Penh was like moving from a slow lane to a fast lane. Suddenly I saw tall buildings and international names donning the buildings and retail outlets. There are … Continue reading

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Trip to Cambodia – 10 to 18 January 2019

We took budget Jetstar for 3 persons cost S$656. Flight time 2 hours 15 minutes to Siem Reap International Airport. Time difference between Cambodia and Singapore is one hour difference. Cambodia is behind Singapore. We gain one hour on reaching … Continue reading

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Tips on enjoying Cambodia – 2019

This is my first trip to Cambodia. I have been to Vietnam twice before this trip. One cannot compare Cambodia with Vietnam. They are not the same as regards economic development. Their histories are different too. So we did not … Continue reading

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Visit to Admiralty Park and Woodlands Waterfront Park

There are two parks up north in Woodlands. One is Admiralty Park (beside Republic Polytechnic) and the other is Woodlands Waterfront Park. We spent Christmas morning visiting both. Admiralty Park has the latest attraction that is the playground for children … Continue reading

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Inter-tidal Walk at Sentosa’s Tanjong Rimau Beach organised by TEDxPickeringStreet Adventures

“Wear covered footwear. Sandals, crocs, or slippers are strictly not allowed. Bring along a waterproof bag to hold your personal belongings, like handphones, wallets.” What are we in for with this inter-tidal walk at Sentosa’s Tanjong Rimau Beach? I over-prepared … Continue reading

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Little India Heritage Trail

Of all the Heritage Trails in Singapore, I find Little India one that is most colourful and most extensive with many historical buildings and temples/churches/mosques stretching the whole of Serangoon Road starting from Tekka Market to Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple … Continue reading

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Second Edition of Walk in the Parks is now 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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