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Mid-Autumn Festival 2016 @ Gardens by the Bay

Was planning to roll out my second instalment of my KL travel & food posts this week but decided to do something different today. Hubby and I visited Gardens by the Bay last month on the first day of its Mid-Autumn Festival that was held from 3 – 18 September. Meant to share about this […]

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Lower Peirce Reservoir Park

Good morning sunshine! ☀☀☀ The husband and I went for a walk at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park as I wanted to feed the fishes. When we were done, we decided to go the opposite direction towards Upper Thomson Road so we could deviate from our usual route just for a change. I was glad we […]

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Saga Seeds Picking @ Ang Mo Kio Town Garden West – A Valentine’s Day Gift Idea

This garden really brought back a lot of fond childhood memories. I remembered how I used to come here with my friends after going to the library on the opposite side of the road. Because we would race one another up the steps just to be the one to reach the top. Anyway the husband […]

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S.E.A. Aquarium @ Resorts World Sentosa

I’ve been looking for gold again on Qoo10 and found another great ticket deal for the S.E.A. Aquarium. Ended up paying only S$24+ for 2 (admission-after-2pm) tickets that included admission to The Maritime Experiential Museum and Typhoon Theatre as well. That was a whopping 40% off the published rates! 😉 These tickets had at least […]

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ORTO @ Lorong Chencharu (Yishun) and my latest fad, prawning

Some of you might not have heard of ORTO but the name ‘Bottle Tree Park’ might just ring a bell. ORTO (means ‘garden’ or ‘orchard’ in Italian) is a new leisure park that has now taken over the site of former Bottle Tree Park in Yishun (about 8-10 minutes walk from Khatib MRT Station). The […]

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A Day at the Singapore Zoo

When a friend from overseas came to town recently, I suggested that we should go visit the Singapore Zoo which claimed to be the ‘World’s Best Rainforest Zoo’. I don’t know about that since I haven’t visited enough zoos to compare but I always have a good impression of our zoo because I like how […]

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A Walk in the Chinese Garden & Japanese Garden (Part 2 of 2)

Continued from A Walk in the Chinese Garden & Japanese Garden (Part 1 of 2). Something new in the Chinese Garden is this 2CG Jurong which is a community garden project launched in November 2013. It aims to engage senior citizens to stay physically, mentally and socially active and healthy through gardening. This garden comprises of 4 […]

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A Walk in the Chinese Garden & Japanese Garden (Part 1 of 2)

I remembered when I was a little girl growing up in the 80s, my family and I would visit the Chinese Garden (裕华园) on Mid-Autumn Festival to see the many majestic lanterns on display. Huge ones of mythical characters and dainty ones of Chinese folklore. Spectacular colourful lights that looked magical at night. It wasn’t just about taking […]

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Jurong Eco-Garden – A Place to Disconnect from our Daily Routine and Reconnect with Nature

The Jurong Eco-Garden (JEG) is Singapore’s first freshwater swamp forest located within an industrial park. It opened in June this year and provided the much needed lush greenery for those working and/or living in the area to come by for bird-watching, spot wildlife, take a leisurely stroll and just enjoy nature’s own glory. Those who […]

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Alive Museum @ Suntec City – Where Dreams and Fantasies Come to Life

– Sponsored Review – South Korea’s first and original 3D illusionary entertainment attraction is now in Singapore! If you’re looking for something new and fun to see or do on weekends, this is definitely the place to explore with family or friends 🙂 Just make sure you come with your camera and/or phone all fully charged up as you’d be snapping […]

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Labrador Park & Nature Reserve – An Oasis of Tranquility

The first time I came to Labrador was back in 2007 when I was running a social event for an international congress at Villa Seafood Galleria on Labrador Villa Road. I remembered Labrador was such an inaccessible area as there wasn’t any MRT then and it was also a place that was quite unheard of in Singapore. […]

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Singapore Botanic Gardens – A Walk to Remember

It had been a good 5 years since the husband and I visited the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It just felt invigorating to take a walk through nature that is quite untouched, as opposed to the Gardens by the Bay which is more man-made and commercialised (not that we dislike it but both gardens are way different and impressive in their own individual style). […]

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River Safari Singapore – Free Admission on your Birthday!

The husband planned a day out on my birthday two weeks ago and we started off with an outing to the River Safari in the morning which I was really excited about as I hadn’t been there since its soft opening in April 2013. And it was really a good time to visit the park […]

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A Walk along the Southern Ridges from Mount Faber to Kent Ridge Park

One of my favourite trekking routes in Singapore, the Southern Ridges comprises 10 km of green, open spaces that connect Mount Faber Park, Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve. The walk is long but it isn’t a difficult one as the parks are all linked by foot trails and […]

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