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Gardens by the Bay: The Flower Dome (Part 1)

You’ll be greeted by screens displaying pictures of flowers as you enter The Flower Dome. Guess things like this give the place more of a Theme Park than a garden feel. Upon first view we were impressed. Found the Dome … Continue reading

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Eng Hoon Street is So Hip Now, but it was Always Charming

Not only did we get to check out the new Tiong Bahru Bakery that replaced an egg shop and is helmed by a Parisian, that everyone’s talking about, we felt refreshed in this pretty estate with it’s charming white low rise … Continue reading

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Dempsey Hill: Tropical Beauty

Love how the red roofs of these old barracks stand out against the blue sky and lushness of the tropical green. I’ve probably already mentioned this a million times and am in danger of sounding repetitive. But seriously it’s a … Continue reading

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Duxton Hill: Hot June Day

Liked how these photos at Duxton Hill turned out. The cloudless sky helped.

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Beauty of a Singapore Sunset

Our sunsets don’t last for very long, but when I pay attention, I’m always thrilled. Watch out for them at about 7.10 pm. I also appreciate the moments as the sun makes her descent on the horizon, and this glorious … Continue reading

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Half Rainy Half Sunny

Sometimes the sky in Singapore can look really interesting when you can see that it’s raining a distance away but in the foreground it’s still scorching.

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Life in the Tropics

Even during our rainy months we’re never short of blue skies. Only realized this after experiencing a Northern European winter where the sun is completely blocked out by a blanket of clouds. That was cool too. Especially the no heat … Continue reading

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Serangoon Garden Market: Best Satay & Mee Soto in Singapore

I have tried the satay at Glutton’s Bay, the East Coast Market, Lau Pa Sat and at many other places, but I think the one at Serangoon Garden Market beats them all. This stall used to be the famous one … Continue reading

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Singapore Daily Photo: The 7am Sky

When I was a kid the sun seemed to rise a whole lot earlier. These days it only starts to get bright at 7am as the sun rises. In our history, I believe we set our clocks forward, by half … Continue reading

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Tanjong Katong: Sleepy yet Strangely Vibrant

It’s laid back and relaxed, but there’s every type of cuisine imaginable at Tanjong Katong. Local, American, Indian, Indonesian, British, Japanese – no excuse for not finding anything you like.  We tend to be like that.  We never know what … Continue reading

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