Category Archives: Singapore

Pulau Punggol Timor and Pulau Punggol Barat

December 3, 2015 / Eddy / General, Singapore, Travel

As with many others, I’ve explored the newly opened Coney Island (Pulau Serangoon) several weeks back. It was an interesting walk but as it was a public holiday, the island was a little too crowded for my comfort. Then the two connected islands Pulau Punggol Timor (East) and Pulau Punggol Barat (West) caught my eye. […]

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Sunrise at Pandan Reservoir

June 9, 2014 / Eddy / Singapore, Travel

This morning I decided to walk to Pandan Reservoir after reviewing my route yesterday to the Chinese & Japanese Gardens. I checked the weather app and it did not predict any rain so off I went. The Journey was shortened as I found a jogging track along the river which was besides The Synergy building […]

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A Morning Walk at Chinese and Japanese Gardens

June 8, 2014 / Eddy / Singapore, Travel

This morning looked like a good morning for another walk, this time venturing towards the west towards the Chinese and Japanese Gardens. The last time I was there was years ago when they were trenching the banks of the rivers. This was a much shorter walk which took me through both the Chinese and Japanese […]

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A Blast to My Past Part 3

June 7, 2014 / Eddy / Singapore, Travel

The structure of the actual church building still seems like the same but the buildings have indeed been added since I was last here. For one thing the blue tower with the cross wasn’t there before. There was a wedding going on so I did not take a picture of the church entrance. Saint Anne […]

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A Blast to My Past Part 2

June 7, 2014 / Eddy / Singapore, Travel

Sengkang was an adventure altogether. I was there a while back when there was only a couple of buildings standing. Today, there seems to be a number of new flats being build and in a couple of years time, I would not have recognise the place. I remember this fenced up area used to be […]

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A Blast to My Past Part 1

June 7, 2014 / Eddy / Singapore, Travel

I don’t normally blog about my morning walks but today was different. A walk which I did not know I could attempt. To me, it was a journey of epic proportion which connected me from where I am currently residing to my previous residence some 38 years ago. Today it started off just like any […]

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Geylang Serai Ramandan Bazaar (2012) (SG)

August 13, 2012 / Eddy / Food, Singapore

The Malays is the 2nd largest race in term of population of Singapore and makes up over 10% of its population. Naturally, with some 650,000 Malays in Singapore, they do celebrate it a big way. There is two major places where they Ramandan Bazaar is held, one is at Geylang Serai and the other is […]

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Gardens By the Bay (Singapore)

July 17, 2012 / Eddy / Singapore, Travel

Last November, I visited the 20th World Orchid Show held at Marina Bay Sands and was treated to a preview of the Gardens By the Bay’s Flower Dome. On June 29th 2012, the Gardens By the Bay is officially opened. It took about 5 years and S$1 billion to build. This sits on the site […]

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Singapore Food Festival Village 2012

July 16, 2012 / Eddy / Food, Singapore

With the national obsession with food, it is no surprise that Singapore has its own Food Festivals and numerous food fairs held several times a year. Food is what bonds people together especially with the multiracial nation like Singapore. I decided I should pop into the Singapore Food Festival 2012 at Marina Bay next to […]

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Watoto Children Choir in Singapore (April 8th 2012)

April 9, 2012 / Eddy / Concerts, Singapore

The Watoto Children Choir is made up of children from Uganda in the continent of Africa who have either lost one or both parents to AIDS, Civil War or were left abandoned by their parents. They have been adopted and nursed back to health by the Watoto Church, given a home and a family, educated […]

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