Mid-Autumn Festival 2021 (滨海花园庆’k) at Gardens by the Bay launched on 15 September 2021 with a light-up of the showstopper lantern set Sky Lanterns (ff福)T), where 70 lanterns float up the Supertrees at the Gardens’ main entrance. At 32m wide and 19m tall, Sky Lanterns is the largest lantern set this year. Inspired by the eponymous Chinese lanterns that are traditionally released to the sky in hopes of good blessings, Sky Lanterns represents the theme of this year’s festival – blessings (ff福). Continue reading [EXPLORE SG]Sky lanterns “float up” Supertrees for blessings at Gardens by the Bay’s Mid-Autumn Festival 2021
Rediscover Singapore is the current trend since we are unable to travel due to Covid-19. We have been exploring more places in Singapore and discover this hidden gem in Singapore. It is underrated spot where it is a rare chance to encounter a lighthouse in a city like Singapore. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Catch Sunset At Raffles Marina Lighthouse – Hidden Gem in Singapore
With Singapore having moved into Phase 3, Gardens by the Bay will be bringing back the full version of its Garden Rhapsody light and sound show from 8 January 2021.
The popular light and sound show at Supertree Grove sees the lights of 12 Supertrees “dance” to a musical soundtrack. The 15-minute show will return to its original 7.45pm and 8.45pm timing every evening, and is FREE. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Lights on the Supertrees will ‘dance’ once more as full version of Garden Rhapsody returns to usher in the NEW Year
People in Singapore can interact with the installation to send dandelion fluffs floating virtually to locations in Japan to bloom into flowers, and vice versa – evoking connectivity in difficult times. Available from today until November 15, Gardens by the Bay’s Supertree Grove plays host to Dandelion, an interactive installation that allows people in Singapore and Japan to interact with each other via dandelion fluffs. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Gardens by the Bay and Japanese creative force NAKED present Dandelion
Joo Chiat is well-known for its colourful heritage shophouses that attract tourists to come here for instagram-worthy photos. It is also one of the favourite neighbourhoods with past heritage stories in Singapore. But I am here to explore the food places that are well-received by the locals since travelling out of Singapore is not possible for now. My friends and I went for a food trail recently and here are food places you can add in your list when you are here. I also went back to try other food places in separate days. Continue reading [SG EATS] Explore Joo Chiat Food Places Apart From The Instagram-Worthy Colourful Peranakan Shophouses
These may be challenging times, but at Gardens by the Bay, flowers never stop blooming. We are standing with Singaporeans to stay positive and resilient, and the Gardens remains open for families and friends to connect with one another and find joy in nature amidst green open spaces.
This sakura season, we invite you to enjoy the ephemeral beauty of cherry blossoms right here in our Flower Dome, along with a host of complementary programmes and promotions. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG]5 Reasons to Never Stop Blooming with Sakura Matsuri at Gardens by the Bay
Apart from Singapore iconic tourist attraction places like Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore Zoo and ArtScience Museum, Chinatown Heritage Centre located at 48 Pagoda Street is also one of the tourist spot to go to. I had the opportunity to visit the beautifully-restored shophouses turned centre and it was definitely a good exposure. I was quite impressed with the museum that literally transport back to 1950s. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] A Visit to Chinatown Heritage Centre At 48 Pagoda Street
Gardens by the Bay’s new ‘Rhododendron Radiance’ floral display is happening now till 28 October. Visitors will get to experience the lush blooms of more than 80 varieties of rhododendrons, which have been brought in for the inaugural Rhododendron Radiance floral display. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Gardens by the Bay’s ‘Rhododendron Radiance’ Floral Display from 27 Sept – 28 October 2019
Tamoya Udon located at Liang Court Mall offers different types of udon dishes. The brand has 31 outlets across Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Singapore. This is my first time visiting the outlet even though I passed by whenever I am at Liang Court. Tamoya Udon was first established in 1996 by Chef Tamotsu Kurokawa, who was crowned the sanuki udon champion when he entered TV Champion, a reality cooking show in Japan. Continue reading [SG EATS] Tamoya Udon At Liang Court Mall- New Hotpot Menu
Five Ten located at South Bridge Road is the few weeks old restaurant. The space was previously modern asian restaurant and bar called CATO. E and I decided to give this place a try since we were deciding where to have dinner for last weekend. Five Ten serves small sharing plates with only two pricing – S$5.00 & S$10.00. Continue reading [SG EATS] Five Ten At South Bridge Road – S$5 – S$10 Taiwanese Fusion Cuisine (CLOSED)