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Blisteringly Hot Day at Changi Beach Before We Were Enveloped by the Haze Months Later

Somehow you can’t relax when the heat gets to you, but when I look at my photos in the air-conditioned comfort of my home I long to be transported back there again – there where the sun makes the water … Continue reading

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Changi Airport: Another Great Place to Escape to on Saturday or Sunday

Another place that can be a place of escape on the weekends is Changi Airport. The Kopi Tiam area is perpetually packed with people due to some discount scheme but the airport is huge with 3 terminals of dining places … Continue reading

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A Day at Ponggol

Lately the weather has been fantastic in my book cooling to 26 degrees which is a rarity for us. Headed to one end of Singapore, Ponggol, for a change of scene.   Found only one cafe open on the 2nd … Continue reading

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Festive Atmosphere at Liang Court

Shakey’s Pizza is gone (it was always empty anyway) and replaced by a new pork rice eatery from Hokkaido.

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Chinese New Year in Singapore 2015

Decided to put all my Chinese New Year, year of the goat posts in one post starting with the oldest one: The Goats are Out in Chinatown Happy Goat Buns at BreadTalk Creative Goat Display for Chinese New Year Another … Continue reading

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Clearer Information About the Singapore Haze

Our National Environmental Agency’s (NEA) website is improving. A lot more details about the haze including maps that give us a clearer picture of the situation. Source: NEA Source: NEA And do check out the detailed advisory from the Ministry … Continue reading

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The Harry Potter Exhibition at Singapore’s Art Science Museum

I have to confess I am not really a fan of Harry Potter, but my young cousins are. But if I have good company, I’m all game for a museum visit and with Marina Bay Sands now so conveniently connected … 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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Red Dot Traffic: That Red Building on Maxwell Road

We always drive by this gorgeous red building, but I have never been inside. Been yearning to for quite some time and we finally did it. The building itself at 28 Maxwell Road is called Red Dot Traffic while the … Continue reading

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Singapore Botanic Gardens: Most Serene Place in the City (Part 1 of 4)

When I feel frazzled, just being in a place where there is a strong natural element, makes me feel serene. Which is why I love the Botanic Gardens. This time we explored just the area around the Visitor’s Centre and … Continue reading

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