The Changi Chapel and Musuem (CCM) located close to Changi Prison is where thousands of Allied Prisoners-of-War (POWs) and civilians were held captive during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore from 1942 to 1945. This revamped place is to remember the experiences of those hel and a site of pilgrimage for the families of those held captive. It was closed for revamp since 2018 and finally open with new look, new logo and more enhanced experience. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] The Changi Chapel and Museum Near To Changi Prison Reopens On May 2021
My friends and I went for a walk at Sungei Buloh over the weekend and decided to venture to Bollywood Veggies for lunch since it is 5 mins drive from Sungei Buloh. Both are located quite ‘ulu’ or we can say it is a hidden gems in Singapore. No travelling this year so we are on a quest to rediscover Singapore. Bollywood Veggies is an organic farm in Singapore where it was co-founded by Lim Ho Seng and Ivy Singh-Lim. You can Google about the history or visit their official website for more information about the history. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] Bollywood Veggies Organic Farm At Kranji Singapore
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
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
Ganban’yoku (岩盤浴) is a form of hot stone therapy that originates from Japan. All you need to do is to lie on the hot stone bed while it emits the heat throughout the part of your body that comes into contact with the bed. It is a different form of spa therapy as compared to onsen. I was invited to Ganbanyoku Singapore recently to check out the hot stone therapy. Continue reading [SG LIFESTYLE] Hot Stone Therapy Review At Ganbanyoku Singapore
Amara Sanctuary Resort Sentosa is the home to the old soldier quarters and the last World War II air raid shelters on Sentosa Island. I had the opportunity to discover the exclusive insights and stories of historic Singapore, Sentosa and the British Colonial times throughout the Amara Heritage Trail over the weekend.Alternatively, you can plan a weekend trip to nearby country , Batam. Batam tour package is available through online booking platforms. Continue reading [SG TRAVELS] AMARA Sanctuary Resort Sentosa Heritage Trail – A Glimpse of The History of British Colonial Days & Sentosa Singapore