Gardens By the Bay in Singapore is one architectural marvel. The gigantic compound spans through an astonishing 101 hectares of reclaimed land, with conservatories, gardens and lakes that would guarantee a fantastic visit.
The S.E.A. Aquarium in Singapore is one of the world’s largest aquarium that is more than the fascination of marine life. It not only brings you the history of marine trade, marine archaeology; it also brings you as close as it could possibly get to seeing stunning deep sea creatures that you would only normally see from National Geographic or Animal Planet. Continue reading
The Peranakan Museum in Singapore is housed in an elegant 3-storey, colonial building that was the former Tao Nan Chinese School. From the 10 galleries exhibited in the museum, there is everything you would want to know about the Peranakan culture, from their origins, to religions, to food, to weddings and funeral. Continue reading
Knowing that the two domes are giant greenhouses, we entered the Cloud Forest Dome thinking we will see flowers, trees, plants and all, in which we did, but it was much more spectacular than that where all the plants were growing on a little “mountain”. Continue reading
The Supertree Grove is located within the vast compound of Gardens by the Bay. It is the most magical at night, serenaded by flamboyant lights and bejewelled giant trees. Continue reading