There are so very many shopping centres in our small city for you shopping aholics! But today I shall introduce you to the largest, fattest addition to the Singapore shopping scene, namely VivoCity.
Our review of Sentosa's finest beaches will give you a good idea of what to expect: mainly some harmless rest and relaxation, and a much needed break from the high rise condominiums of Singapore.
Well, I honestly doubt Gaudí ever made it to Singapore in his life... It is more likely a few local architects or landscape architects went to Barcelona and fell in love with the Park Güell!
If you're interested in purchasing a laptop computer, a camera, a flat screen television, or simply some much needed peripherals for your electronic toys, Funan provides a bevy of attractive stores without being too overwhelming for the non techno geek.
Kent Ridge Park and Bukit Chandu are part of the Southern Ridges. They overlook the sea to the South, and the Singapore HortPark (an educational horticulture park) to the North.
Wa lau! Nothing to eat at home. It would be good to have some not so spicy Indian lentil dahl. Ok, time for a trip to Mustafa Centre. What time is it? It does not matter! This Singapore shopping landmark almost never closes!
Zadok Ben-David's sculptures are in town at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Art in a garden, what could be more perfect after a day at the office? Zadok Ben-David is a London based artist. From October 23rd 2012 to January 31st 2013, 17 of his sculptures are on show at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Colourful artistic elephants have been parading in Singapore's streets and shopping malls. The statues of these joyful mammals have been painted by local artists and celebrities, and are to be auctioned off to the rich and famous at a gala dinner. The objective is to make them cough up some dough for a worthy cause: to protect the threatened Asian elephant.