Tag Archives: walking

#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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Walking to Craig Road from Tajong Pagar MRT Station

We were a bit confused as to how to get to Craig Road, but I would now say just look out for the Pinnacle at Duxton. The cool coffee joints are very near the short cut to the swankiest HDB … Continue reading

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Walking from Esplanade MRT to Purvis Street

I have no sense of direction, so I’m so thankful for google maps. However when I got off Esplanade MRT at Exit F, I breathed a sigh of relief. Raffles Hotel which is the first landmark was right before me … Continue reading

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Walking Along South Bridge Road & Stumbling Upon a Lomography Store

We were supposed to walk to Ann Siang Hill, but we kinda overshot and reached Duxton Hill. But it wasn’t a wasted stroll. Saw two brand new stores that I’ve never set eyes on before. Pho Stop which is a … Continue reading

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Walking from Tanjong Pagar MRT to Peck Seah Street

Just a post about what we saw along the way as we walked from Tanjong Pagar MRT Station to Peck Seah Street.  Our destination was actually Ann Siang Hill but it was lovely to take in details along the way. … Continue reading

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Take Me Back to the New Duxton Hill

Our recent stroll around Duxton Hill will stand out as one of my most treasured memories. It was relaxing to explore the place with my sweetest companion. I usually try to avoid a lot of walking and sweating in the … Continue reading

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Strolling through Joo Chiat on a Hot August Day

There’s a unique flavour in this sleepy part of the Singapore’s East. these triangular curry puffs look enticing. Betel Box for backpackers. Felt sorry for the caged bird. All sorts of eateries – it seems to me the place to … Continue reading

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Bussorah Street to Bugis MRT

Just a pictorial walking guide of how we made our way back to Bugis MRT. The Sultan Mosque. So much colour and fabric, along the way. Marvellous rugs. Mannequins draped in jewel tones. Sufi’s Corner, but no hookah smokers on … Continue reading

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Another Stroll Down Haji Lane

Crossing over to walk to Haji Lane. This makes me wonder if there is a short cut to Haji Lane by another way. Oh well, think I’ll leave that for another day. Currently one of the must sees for tourists, … Continue reading

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Haji Lane Graffiti & Strict Singapore

Never thought I’d see graffiti in Singapore. Quite refreshing I must say, when it becomes part of street art. Perhaps poor Oliver Fricker should have tried this artsy area instead of our MRT trains that ended up embarrassing authorities with … Continue reading

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