Colours, Sights & Patterns At Kampong Glam

In the 19th century, Kampong Glam was essentially an ethnic district with a strong Malay-Arab influence. It was a place where locals patronized for their Arab-Muslim traditional foodstuff and merchandise...

Immersive 4K HDR Viewing Experience With Sony Projectors

Sony’s latest innovative laser light source projector is High Dynamic Range (HDR) compatible with native 4K resolution, creating an amazling clear lifelike experience, as if you are there yourself…

Back 30 Years To Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre

Iconic along this stretch of road is the rectangular block of a nondescript beige-tiled building. The facade of this building is blocked by an overhead bridge. And this is the front entrance to a shopping centre - the Upper Serangoon Shopping Centre… (USSC).

Monti - Singapore's Longest Brunch Every Sunday

Enjoy brunch by the bay concept, complete with stunning views of the Marina Bay and its surroundings, and a fabulous menu and music programme to match at Monti…

Where Freemasons Convene

In 1886, the Masonic Club was established to support Singapore freemasonry. Guess who was the first Freemason in modern Singapore?

The Sun Sets In The East At Bedok Reservoir

Bedok Reservoir
East, Singapore
May 2008
Merlion Wayfarer was certainly surprised to discover that the sun sets beautifully in the East too...
She was at Bedok Reservoir when she first noticed a glaring glint off the shiny metallic surface of the aluminium bridge. The golden of the light was replicated by the still water below the bridge. A 180-degree turn and she saw the orange mass slowly sinking below the clearwater surface. Minutes later, the orange blob metamorphosed into a fiery pink salted duck egg as the last vestiges of light sank below the silhouetted horizon...
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Merlion Wayfarer's Picasa (Places - Reservoirs)