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Down by the River - Varrella virran

The mouth of Singapore River used to be the Old Port of Singapore. It was the centre of trade, finance and commerce. There were also government buildings built along the River side. 1,443 more words


Day 2 : Singapore Zoo, Merlion Park, Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands and Clarke Quay

Here we go for our 2nd day in Singapore!

Singapore Zoo

I included in our tour the Singapore Zoo because my friend who once lived in Malaysia and visited Singapore for many times kept on telling us that the place is really beautiful and incomparable (specially with Manila Zoo!)… so, we want to prove it personally! 642 more words


Food Review: PYXIEMOSS at North Canal Road | One of the best new restaurants this year

The Place Located along North Canal Road, the few weeks old PYXIEMOSS sounds like an enigma. The restaurant’s name is inspired from Pixie moss; the only flowering moss in over 12,000 species. 867 more words


#2 Spore: Malam di Negeri Singa Putih

Halo, semesta!

Tulisan ini masih tentang pengalaman pertamaku menginjakan kaki di negeri orang. Dan ini bagian kedua, selamat membaca :)

Garden by The Bay

Setelah mengabadikan moment bersama Merlion si Singa Putih, kami melanjutkan perjalanan ke… 518 more words

Asia Tenggara

Bottom's Up

Clarke Quay is a historical riverside in Singapore. It’s close to Boat Quay and the mouth of Singapore River which was a hub for trading back in the late 1800s. 212 more words

Singapore by Night

Well we made it to Malaysia! I am blogging to you from my bed looking out at the beautiful Kuala Lumpur skyline, and famous Petronas Twin Towers! 449 more words

Pyxiemoss, Clarke Quay: Smelly Cat, Smelly Cat, What Are They Feeding You?

If there is a TV character to represent what Pyxiemoss at Clarke Quay stands for, it’s Phoebe Buffay from FRIENDS. The name Pyxiemoss recalls how Phoebe is new age-ish, avant garde, airy fairy; and furthermore, moss is hardy, and pyxie moss is the only flowering moss, bringing beauty to hardiness. 868 more words