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The Queen’s Tree at King’s Park

I was extremely impressed by the Queen’s tree at King’s Park. What a lovely idea and a sight to behold. The white bark so pretty against the sparkling blue sky. And the details of the pretty tiara, blue sash and … Continue reading

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Botanic Gardens Cafe: Had Crappy Desserts but Loved the Pretty Fountains

Wrote about it here.

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Botanic Gardens: Don’t Squish the Millipedes

Thought the blog needed a bit more green and perhaps a little break from the all food posts. This is another long overdue post – a trip with D to Botanic Gardens. We did make a food stop at the … Continue reading

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#94. I Truly Love Our Vast Botanic Gardens

As I get closer to 100 on my happiness list, I feel that I can go beyond that number and I never thought I would even come close.  It’s quite a lovely feeling. And even though we now have Gardens … Continue reading

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Free Things To Do in Singapore (3 of my Faves)

Thank you Blogging. For making me pause a moment to think about this. I narrowed it down to these 3 soothing activities.

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Finding Serenity at our Botanic Gardens

After visiting the Gardens at the Bay, it left me longing for the more natural Botanic Gardens. So I implored to B to make a stop there one day. It was a brief stop but on the weekends the place … Continue reading

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Another Visit to our Beautiful Botanic Gardens (Main Entrance at Tanglin)

This times we parked at the side nearer the main entrance. It was a pity that there was construction and cleaning going on when we were there and a lot of the path was blocked. We then made a promise … Continue reading

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Didn’t have a Good Experience at Halia

I wouldn’t recommend Halia at Botanic Gardens (next to the Ginger Garden) as the prices were just too high and the service seemed a tad snooty. I felt so disappointed, because I really wanted to love the place. The waiter … Continue reading

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Singapore Botanic Gardens: Most Serene Place in the City (Part 4 of 4)

A glimpse into the rainforest. Glad that there are some areas in the park that are allowed to grow wild and free. Fascinated by the buttress roots. Back to the Casa Verde area with the beautiful fountains. Walked a bit … Continue reading

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Singapore Botanic Gardens: Most Serene Place in the City (Part 3 of 4)

We were heading towards the Halia Cafe and noticed that this was where the entrance to the National Orchid Garden was located. I was absolutely fascinated by this female tourist who was wearing ‘Sex and the City’ heels. I marveled … Continue reading

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