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Tag Archives: nature
Made a repeat visit to Spruce and wrote about it here. I can see myself going there again.
Love this new green space we discovered. The old white colonial buildings which are now art galleries are beautiful in this setting.
The walk to Sembawang MRT can be pleasant just after the rain. There is a stretch of road that reminds me of our Botanic Gardens. And this is the part of the red line that is above ground. No air-conditioning … Continue reading
There are more than 5 certainly, but I made a list of the first 5 that popped into my head. And if it’s stroller friendly it’s usually wheelchair friendly too.
Headed towards the quiet of Sembawang beach and it felt good to walk around (although there is still renovation going on and lots of barricades up). Trying to get with the usual New Year promise that everyone makes – to … Continue reading
We like coming to Lower Pierce. It’s nice and peaceful. B was laughing at me because I was scared of the monkeys. He’s more of an animal person than I am and he is quite fond of them. I find … Continue reading
We are still awaiting for the renovations at the East Coast Beach to be complete. Used to hang out at the Macs there but it’s since moved further down to where all the seafood restaurants are.
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
I may complain that Singapore lacks nature and is just too urban, but sometimes I feel that the roads themselves can be a green oasis. You just need to find the scenic route. But when all that fails there’s always … Continue reading