Tag Archives: colour

Halloween Orange & Blues

I’m loving the halloween decorations in Singapore. I somehow find all the orange and pumpkins very festive and cheerful and hardly spooky. Orange was also my dad’s favourite colour. He chose our orange sofa and orange floor tiles for instance. … Continue reading

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The Wonder of Kampong Glam

What a wonderful combination of bright Orange and hot Pink. The weathered cement floor adds to the beauty. Walking through a little alley, fringed by pots of bamboo. Feeling zen already. Oh dear, not bambi. Buying cloth. Arab Street with … Continue reading

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Sri Mariamman Temple at South Bridge Road

I am not sure whether I have ever been inside this Hindu temple, but the carvings always intrigue me. Usually temple artists from India are commissioned to create the sculptures and they are always done by hand. There were several … Continue reading

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Little India: Wonderful Chaos & a Riot of Colours

There’s always something to see at Little India.  I would definitely recommend that you come here if you’ve never been to Asia and are on a stop-over flight.  Just spend an hour walking along the little streets.  And bring your … Continue reading

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Uniquely Singapore: Colourful Buildings

I think Singapore is one of the few places in the world with colourful buildings. They add prettiness to our skyline. What’s best is, it doesn’t cost a cent to appreciate our old restored Architecture. One of the simple pleasures.

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Exploring Bussorah Street

I wanted to stop at this huge coffee shop called Kampong Glam Cafe to have tea. Maybe next time. This place was at 17 Bussorah Street. Even the birds love it here. Didn’t expect to see a Sasha’s & Company … Continue reading

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11 Memories of Vibrant Vietnam

These are the images I think capture what I think is charmingly unique about Ho Chi Minh City. 1. The colourful balloons on a stick, for Tet 2. Fashionable Teenaged Girls 3. Carefree Children who could play just anywhere. 4. … Continue reading

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Beautiful Bustle (Little India in Singapore)

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Is Shadeism Worse Than Racism? (via Pretty Brown Girl™)

You must watch this thought provoking video posted by blogger Pretty Brown Girl. It is shocking to me because it is so familiar. The little girl in the video could be a member of my own family. http://vimeo.com/16210769 It's not … Continue reading

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Beautiful Work and Study Rooms From Ikea Live

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