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6 Unique Halal Cafes in Singapore You Must Visit

By LDR On 25 May 2017 In Stories Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, Must Eat Food Trail, SG Heritage Food Trail

Kampong Glam is a hotbed for interesting Halal cafes in Singapore. While the Danes call it Hygge, here in Kampong Glam, they call it Rilek Kueh. This Malay catchphrase means the action or rather inaction of attaining a state of coziness while savouring some nibbles. You will be pleasantly surprised...

8 sightseeing places in Singapore you can cover in a day!

By LDR On 09 May 2017 In Stories Chinatown - A Melting Pot of Culture, Gardens By The Bay, Kampong Glam - Walk To The Past, Telok Ayer - Past and Present

Are you experiencing an one-day layover in Singapore? Unsure of what to do in Singapore? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. This beautiful island city-state at the tip of the Malaysian peninsular holds plenty of activities and beautiful sightseeing places – even for travellers on a budget! It’s small wonder...

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve – Nature’s Gift to Singapore

By LDR On 25 Apr 2017 In Stories Battle for Bukit Timah

This is Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, an enclave like no other. This protected rainforest, which just half an hour away from the Singapore’s skyscrapers, is home to some of the rarest insect, bird and mammal species in the world. Why should you visit Bukit Timah Nature Reserve? Is it worth...

Singapore Trip Planner – Tips and tricks to planning a great trip to Singapore

By LDR On 24 Mar 2017 In Stories City Photography Trail, MRT

Planning a trip to sunny Singapore? The city-state is a favourite travel destination for visitors all over the world. Singapore’s modern skyscrapers hint at its economic hub status, while the noisy heartland neighbourhoods provide a glimpse into its multicultural diversity. From its laws to its quirks, locals know the ins...

7 things to do at MacRitchie Reservoir

By LDR On 24 Mar 2017 In Stories Botanic Gardens - The Green Oasis, Gardens By The Bay, Pulau Ubin Nature, Pulau Ubin Photography

Vaunted to be the best escape plan from the angular urban construct of Singapore, the MacRitchie Reservoir is more than just a catchment area for Singapore’s national water needs. The sheer amount of diversity in wildlife, flora and fauna in the heart of Singapore, makes this nature reserve a national...

Here’s What to See At The Revamped Ford Factory

By LDR On 14 Feb 2017 In Stories Battle for Bukit Timah, Battle For Kent Ridge, ford factory, Japanese occupation, syonan gallery

Revisiting Ford Factory Singapore Do you know the story of how Singapore fell to the Japanese in only six days? Or what life was like in Singapore during the Japanese Occupation? What about Singapore’s sentiments after the British returned to Singapore? The newly re-opened Ford Factory is the place to...

Origins of MRT stations names

By LDR On 13 Jan 2017 In Stories

Singapore MRT Map – Origins of MRT Station Names For most Singaporeans, the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) is a part of everyday life. But if you were to ask them about the origins of MRT names like Tiong Bahru, Toa Payoh, and Tampines, the ordinary citizen would respond only with...

Singapore’s First Clip ‘n Climb Opens in Tampines

By LDR On 16 Dec 2016 In Stories

Constantly finding new things to do in Singapore can be a chore. How many times can you visit the same shopping malls, restaurants, and tourist attractions? Fortunately, there are new places to see all the time. Take, for example, the newly-opened Clip ‘n Climb at HomeTeam NS Tampines. For adventure-lovers,...