Chinese Garden: A Piece of Ancient China in The Modern Singapore

The Chinese Garden is a small park in the western part of Singapore, based on the principles of the Chinese landscape art. Its distinctive feature is the full integration of architectural structures with the surrounding natural environment. This is a quiet and cozy corner of imperial China during the Song Dynasty, where you can take a break from the city bustle. Continue reading “Chinese Garden: A Piece of Ancient China in The Modern Singapore”

Singapore Botanic Gardens: Urban Oasis

It is impossible to visit Singapore without seeing the botanical gardens of the city. It is must see not only for being an oasis in the midst of the urban jungle, but for breathing the fresh air, for disconnecting from the city bustle and seeing people walking everywhere with the sole intention of not knowing where to go. Continue reading “Singapore Botanic Gardens: Urban Oasis”

Bugis Street Market – The Hottest Place for Shopping in Singapore

The Asian market is one of the main pillars of the international fashion industry.

Although the most common thought is to go shopping to the malls, because of their huge size, there are also other alternatives that fit the pocket of a low-budget tourist. The high-end brands and the famous chains of shops make us feel as if we are home, but still on the other side of the world. And they coexist with the small posts that reflect the cultural diversity of a country of immigrants. Continue reading “Bugis Street Market – The Hottest Place for Shopping in Singapore”

A Guide to Visiting Clarke Quay Central – The Bustling Spot of Singapore

Clarke Quay is the urban and chic hang out place in Singapore bustling with Japanese restaurants, shopping centers, fashion boutiques and glistening white lights running along the Singapore river. Be it taking a walk down the riverside shopping or treating your family to an exotic dining experience, Clarke Quay offers it all. Continue reading “A Guide to Visiting Clarke Quay Central – The Bustling Spot of Singapore”