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Intertidal Walk on Sisters’ Island Marine Park

Sisters’ Islands are situated south of Sentosa near to St. John’s Island. We set off this morning to the Big Sister’s Island also known as Pulau Subar Laut. Only the Big Sister’s Island is open to public. To reach this … Continue reading

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Forest Bathing at Singapore Botanic Gardens

Saturday morning. A morning for walking the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Each time I went there, I felt a sense of calm and happiness. This morning was no exception. We walked the length of the Botanic Gardens from the Bukit Timah … Continue reading

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Visit to Coney Island Park

Coney Island Park is off Punggol Point on the North-Eastern part of Singapore. At the southern part of Coney Island is the Serangoon Reservoir. At the northern part of the island are the beaches facing Pulau Ubin to the right … Continue reading

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Jelutong Tree

Jelutong, Jelutong Dyera Costulata by scientific name Tall among trees Rising above the rest Big columnar trunk With girth of 6.2 metres Small white flowers dropped like rain Carpeting the ground and dried leaves Its latex was used to make … Continue reading

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Take a walk in MacRitchie Reservoir Trails

Singapore did poorly in the area of Inactivity (Exercises) in the recent Global Wellness Index published by investment firm LetterOne. I recommend one exercise you can take. If you want to burn calories, go for a brisk walk at MacRitchie … Continue reading

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Changi Beach Intertidal Walk

Wednesday 20 February from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm, my family participated in the intertidal walk along Changi Beach just next to Changi Ferry Terminal (note: not Changi Point Ferry Terminal). Opposite the beach is Pulau Tekong. We were guided … Continue reading

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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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