Tag Archives: Things To Do

Finally Did it: River Safari

The River Safari is a mixture of an aquarium and a zoo. I enjoyed the it more than I thought I would. I’m not usually an outdoorsy type of person. My favourite exhibits would be the pandas, red pandas (more … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year 2013 in Singapore: What to Do With the Kids?

Wrote about it at Guillaume’s parenting blog, White as Milk. Included details about fun things like lion dances, although my favourite since age 3 has been the dragon dance. There are scheduled events, but the most fun is coming across impromptu … Continue reading

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My 15 Favourite Things to Do in Singapore

As you know, my thing is lists. Love making them. Just did one on White As Milk about my 15 Favourite Things to Do in Singapore. A list inspired by my beautiful cousin D. I wonder if my favourites may … Continue reading

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River Hong Bao 2011 is Awesome (Head to the Float at Marina Bay)

As we drove past The Esplanade we were quite dismayed as it seemed like there was nothing to see, but when we walked towards the area after parking, I was thrilled at the sight before me.  River Hong Bao 2011 … Continue reading

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Singapore Daily Photos: Deepavali Lights

Deepavali, the Hindu Festival of Lights (it’s not the Hindu New Year, but a religious day celebrating the triumph of good over evil), falls on the 5th of November this year. You must walk or drive through Serangoon Road to … Continue reading

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Mid-Autumn Festival 2010: Streets of Chinatown

I have never seen the Mid-Autumn Festival done on such a grand scale before. It must be because of our million tourists, but I like it as well. I was thinking it would be much prettier here at night when … Continue reading

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Autumn Festival By The River (Part III)

Down the river we go to gaze at the Monkey Lantern. The rooster’s next. And finally the dog. I might have missed a few, but it was getting hot. Ok just one more. Last but not least was the pig. … Continue reading

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Driving Past the Singapore Flyer and Marina Bay Sands

It was another unusually cool, cloudy and rainy day in July. I was hoping it wouldn’t rain heavily as it might set off one of my anxiety attacks. Luckily it just drizzled and I managed to distract my mind. Taking … Continue reading

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#50. Melt in Your Mouth, Bean Curd (Tau Huay)

Somehow my constitution doesn’t allow me to have breakfast. I am just unable to digest anything before 10 am. That’s why my happy brunch of choice would be Bean Curd or what is known as Tau Huay in Singapore. This … Continue reading

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A Lady Bug, a Grasshopper and a Bee (Singapore Botanic Gardens)

Drove by the Botanic Gardens and the cute bugs (a lady bug, a green grasshopper and a yellow bee?) sitting near the fence attracted me. Snapped some quick blurry shots. As I checked out the photos I noticed a sign … Continue reading

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