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Sang Nila Utama Garden at Fort Canning Hill

Sang Nila Utama, a prince from Palembang was said that he founded Singapore in 1299 and named it Singapura. Explore this garden with brick split gates, structures, water ponds, plants and flowers of the Majapahit-era. One needs not go to … Continue reading

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Jewel Changi Airport

The Jewel is the latest attraction at Singapore Changi Airport. I called it the “Doughnut” with a central hole. It was designed by the renowned architect Moshe Safdie. The waterfall in the centre called the Rain Vortex and the Forest … Continue reading

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Cable Car Ride – Free for Seniors

We had a free cable car ride this morning courtesy of One Faber Group. As long as you are a senior (citizens or local residents), just produce your senior ID before boarding the cable car. Do not go to the … Continue reading

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Chemperai Trail of MacRitchie Reservoir

We finally got to walk the Chemperai Trail of MacRitchie Reservoir this morning. This is because my usual walk along Petai Trail is now closed for repair work. (Petai Trail will be open again on 28 July). The Chemperai Trail … Continue reading

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Morning Walk at Singapore Botanic Gardens

5 July 2019, Friday morning It was always a pleasure to come back to Singapore Botanic Gardens every now and then. It was refreshing to immerse in the green and colourful plants, trees, and flowers. The birds and squirrels add … Continue reading

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Biodiversity Walk at Jurong Lake Gardens

When NParks publicised this biodiversity walk at the Jurong Lake Gardens, we did not hesitate to sign up. The newly opened Lakeside Garden was in the news back on 27 April 2019. New attractions at Lakeside Garden include Neram Streams, … Continue reading

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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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