Last week, we took off on an epic journey to Taiwan, the land of good food and great scenery! We travelled with Damian’s friends (Patrick, Clive and Angela), and it was Sandra’s first time to Formosa (the name given to Taiwan during a short-lived Japanese occupation). We stayed in Taipei but travelled out, and our adventure will be described in greater detail in our next few entries!
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Hey everyone! To continue our seemingly incessant run of visiting iconic Singapore landmarks (you can check out some of our previous entries here, here and here), this week we share about Singapore’s best guarded residential estate, the Istana!
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So we discovered that the British Museum in London was showcasing some of the oldest exhibits and artefacts from all over the world (hence, the titular name “Treasures of the World”) at the oldest museum in Singapore, the National Museum (how apt)!
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This week, we cover our hike through the heart of Singapore (literally), at two scenic reservoirs, namely the Upper Peirce and Lower Peirce Reservoir. These neighbouring reservoirs serve as water catchment areas, and form part of the network of the Central Catchment Nature Reserve. Further, the flora and fauna surrounding the reservoirs provide a natural setting for visitors and hikers alike! We had the benefit and guidance of Sandra’s close friend, Sarah, to lead us in this naturalistic adventure around some of Singapore’s oldest reservoirs!
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Hey there! For all our long-time readers, you might find this week’s entry familiar to one of our first posts, namely our hiking trip along the Southern Ridges (you can check out that post here)! This week’s entry is likewise focused on keeping fit and healthy, so we embarked on a long trail along Singapore’s forgotten railway tracks! Continue reading “Hiking along the Green Corridor Trail”
Since Chinese New Year is just around the corner (literally less than a few hours away; yay to ang baos), we decided to pay a visit to one of Singapore’s remarkable but lesser known heritage sites, the Chinese and Japanese Gardens! Joining us for the first time on our photography adventure was Sandra’s friend, Kit Yeng, who is also a photography enthusiast like us!
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The time for the traditional Chinese Mooncake Festival has arrived (and gone haha)!
On 2nd October, we decided to make a trip to Chinatown to enjoy some of the Mooncake Festival lightings by going on a photography adventure! Together with Sandra’s best friend, SK, we took some photos with the Lomo Instant Camera.
Here are some of our favourite shots taken (which was scanned)! Some did not turn out the way we envisioned, but we are very thrilled with most of the shots in any case.
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