If you have read my post on my 2 year blog anniversary, you would have read that I have been occupied with work. I have not been doing much to look for the cute otters. My last post on otters was more than a year ago. My colleague said to me that I should not
Started my Saturday with a morning walk along Singapore River and was greeted by the lovely otters family where the adult otters brought the pups for a walk and play. After taking my usual walk to Empress Place, I made my way back. I completed my usual eight kilometres walk a jog. Felt good after
It has been a couple of years since I last visited the Singapore Zoo. It feels different trying to spot animals in the wild versus seeing animals that are captured and brought up by humans. Singapore Zoo is located at Mandai Lake Road that used to be a forest where wild animals made their home.
A year ago, I had an early morning walk from Marina Barrage to Tanjong Rhu. I walked past the Bay East Garden (one of the gardens of the Gardens by the Bay) and captured some beautiful sights while walking. Now the area looks different due to the development of the Thomson-East Coast MRT line underway.
After visiting the Chinese Garden, I crossed the bridge connecting to the Japanese Garden, continuing my Local Tourist experience. The Japanese Garden is a strolling garden showcasing a landscape style originating from the Muromachi and Momoyama periods of Japanese history. I explored the place, walked past the Guesthouse along Garyuchi pond. After walking around for two
On Sunday morning, I visited the Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden which are situated next to each other on two little islands connected via a bridge with both islands connected to the main island. The last I visited the Singapore Chinese Garden was when I was a little girl. On the way to the Chinese Garden,