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Places you can visit in Singapore

Windsor Nature Park (New) Tree Top Walk (bridge over tree tops) Started at Windsor Nature Park (Venus Drive) and walked towards Tree Top Walk. The journey took about an hour on the trail to reach Tree Top Walk.  We started … Continue reading

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Itinerary: 4-Day Visit to Hangzhou 杭州市, Wuzhen 乌镇, Shaoxing 绍兴市

We had only 4 days to do some sight-seeing after a retreat in Zhejiang Province 浙江省。Zhejiang is a province in eastern China along the East China Sea. Hangzhou 杭州市is its capital. To put you in perspective, Hangzhou is south-west of … Continue reading

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Visit to 乌镇 Wuzhen, 绍兴 Shaoxing, and 杭州 Hangzhou, China

This is my second trip to China after more than 30 years ago. China has a rich history, culture and natural beauty. The following are some selections of places I visited. The weather was very cold, at about 4-6 degrees … Continue reading

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Be a tourist in Singapore for a day

We like to travel. We like to explore new places. We just want to take in the sights and experience new things. There are places in Singapore that we have not been to and yet tourists know these places more … Continue reading

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Taiwan Unique

Each time I travelled to Taiwan, I felt quite at home and I liked a lot of things that are Taiwan. Let me share some. Great Customer Service The sales assistants and the owners of independent shops and cafes are … Continue reading

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11-Day Taiwan Trip 2016 – Experiences to share

On flight to Taoyuan International Airport, TigerAir Taiwan aircraft encountered severe air turbulence never experienced before. It was harrowing. I pictured in my mind a tiny aircraft shooting at high speed through vast air pockets at the mercy of nature. … Continue reading

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Seen at 晚晴园 Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall

In celebration of Mid-Autumn Festival. The familiar playground sights.

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