The Gateway

Concrete Jungle…

…where dreams are brushed off. Depending on your interests, some are not really…feasible. Anyway, to kickoff 2014, here are some shots of buildings (and other things) I took around Singapore! Well, mostly in town and the area around my house. Enjoy!

Most Memorable Travel Experiences of 2013

I am a bad blogger. I haven’t been keeping up with my blog, clearing the emails, update my diary (still pen my thoughts, since 12), paint, draw, read, and the list goes on. I attribute the procrastination and laziness to the overwhelming India trip. It has been weeks but my friend and I are still…

Red Fort

Suggested by a Spaniard whom we had lunch with, we made our way to Red Fort. Information about the place is available on the net, so I’m not going to ramble about the facts and figures. Let’s not waste time; so are you ready to see Red Fort through my eyes? Here we go! Pretty…

Beautiful Back Alley

I don’t know why but I love exploring back alleys. Perhaps because it’s not a common sight in Singapore. Here, housing estates get painted every few years, and there are constant renovations going on… While these are good, sometimes I wish some places are left as it is, so that they will mature. Let’s let…

Of beautiful places to see

Public housing in Singapore Sometimes, I get so irritated living in a concrete jungle, they block God’s lovely creation – they sky. It’s hard to spot sunset or sunrise, despite living in the 14th floor. This is the view from the ground. Nabins Fridate with Love. I love the ambiance of the place. I love…

mid-autumn festival, Singapore, lanterns

6 hours in Singapore

In light of gearing up for our next trip (YAY!), my best friend and I decided to live the life of a backpacker. In our own country. Well, island actually, since we’re so tiny (can’t help but chuckle every time I refer to her as a country). Anyway, six hours in Singapore is feasible, considering…

Pretty Shophouse

My previous post Lego, Only Better sees restored shophouses in Little India. Here is another, along Niven Road. I love the colours and of course, the eye-catching polka dots! If you like this post, you might wanna check out these: Architecture, Photography, Singapore Psst! Let me know if you’re coming, we can hang out ;)

Clear Sky… Almost

Every Singaporean I know is pissed off. Correction. Not only Singaporeans, but foreigners who are here are pissed as well. With Sumatra for their unethical practice of slashing and burning. What made matters worse was when the Indonesian minister said Singapore is “behaving like a small child” over haze. F. U. This is the worst…