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Singapore Outdoors: Escape the City

Singapore Outdoors: Escape the City March 5, 2012 | Things to Do | Read More
The fast-paced action of Singapore make it a fun and exciting city to visit… but sometimes the skyscrapers, traffic and bustling population can all become a bit much, and there are times when you may want to escape the city and seek some peace and tranquillity. The Botanic Gardens is one of the most...

Disney on Ice

Disney on Ice March 14, 2011 | Events | Read More
If you’re looking for ways to entertain the kids, then get yourself tickets for Disney On Ice which will be visiting Singapore’s Indoor Stadium for just four days later on this week, from 17th – 20th March. This magical show promises to be non-stop fun for all the family, when four of your...

Sentosa Flowers

Sentosa Flowers February 2, 2011 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
It’s that time of year again, when Sentosa celebrates Spring (not that we actually notice a change of seasons in Singapore…) by putting on an awesome floral display for everyone to enjoy. This year’s event is themed “Spring Wonderland” and will feature more than 200 types of flowers, plants...

Five Family-Friendly Christmas Activities

Five Family-Friendly Christmas Activities December 3, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
It’s December already and the local schools are on holiday – which can mean only one thing… Christmas is coming! So how exactly do you go about entertaining the family during the Christmas in Singapore? Here are some ideas to keep all the aunties, uncles and restless children entertained throughout...

Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular

Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular December 1, 2010 | Events, What's New | Read More
After 65 million years, they’re back… and this time in Singapore! Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular kicks off today at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, and will be running until December 12th. This stunning theatrical event is based on the award-winning BBC TV series, Walking with Dinosaurs...

i Light Marina Bay

i Light Marina Bay October 14, 2010 | Events, What's New | Read More
i Light Marina Bay, Asia’s First Sustainable Light Art Festival is set to illuminate Marina Bay from tomorrow 15th October, until 7th November. This three-week long festival is a free outdoor event to celebrate Singapore’s nightscape and to create awareness for energy-saving lighting technology for...

A $5.00 Day Out

A $5.00 Day Out September 30, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
How Cheap Is Cheap? Anyone who has visited Singapore knows that it’s an expensive city – one of 10 most expensive cities in the world in fact. There must be few places on Earth that charge an average of USD$11 a beer, and it’s easy to blow more than $200 on a quiet mid-week dinner for two. With...

Bonsais at the Chinese Garden

Bonsais at the Chinese Garden September 17, 2010 | Photo Friday, Things to Do | Read More
The Chinese Garden is based in the west of Singapore and is modelled on the northern Chinese imperial style of architecture and landscaping, integrating architectural features with the natural environment. Here you’ll find several Chinese structures such as rainbow bridges, arch buildings, and pagodas,...

Friday Photo: Haw Par Villa

Friday Photo: Haw Par Villa July 30, 2010 | Photo Friday, Things to Do | Read More
Today’s photo comes from Haw Par Villa – a statue garden filled with hundreds of multi-coloured statues and tableaux depicting Chinese myths and legends. Originally known as Tiger Balm Gardens, as the brothers made their fortune from ‘miracle’ ointment Tiger Balm, Haw Par Villa is unlike any...

Friday Photo: Pelicans at Jurong Bird Park

Friday Photo: Pelicans at Jurong Bird Park June 18, 2010 | Photo Friday | Read More
The Jurong Bird Park is one of the best days out to be had for the family in Singapore. This beautifully presented 20 hectare park houses to over 8,000 birds belonging to more than 600 species, and its huge range of exhibits and aviaries means hours and hours of fun. A programme of feeding times throughout...
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