Clarke Quay is one of the famous tourist attractions in Singapore, which offers a variety of dancing attractions from morning to night. In here, you can find traces of the history of Singapore’s civilization in the past along the Singapore River. Of course, staying in this area can also be the best choice to experience Singapore.
You can choose Studio M Hotel which is located at 3 Nanson Road, Clarke Quay, Singapore, 238910 which is close to Changi Airport. In addition, the view of the Singapore River is also a facility that makes you feel at home in the room if you just want a staycation. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE] 4 Interesting Things at Clarke Quay Singapore →
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 →
Singapore has two outdoor hot springs, which is Sembawang and Tekong Island. While Tekong Island is not accessible (offshore island used for military training), we are here to explore Sembawang Hot Spring Park. Sembawang Hot Spring Park has reopened in January 2020 with new improved cascading hot spring pools and other facilities including accessibility for wheelchair users. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] My Visit to Sembawang Hot Spring Park (三巴旺溫泉) →