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The Daily Commute

Pictures of my daily commute pre-Circuit Breaker. Wonder how things will change over the next few months, and what are the new norms for ‘social distancing?’

The Daily Commute

Pictures of my daily commute pre-Circuit Breaker. Wonder how things will change over the next few months, and what are the new norms for ‘social distancing?’

Changi Village & Beach Park – Photos to Remember

Anyone who has ever been to Changi Village and Beach will gladly attest to the charm and tranquility that exudes from the both the people and the place. Sure, it actually can get pretty crowded from time to time, what

Changi Village & Beach Park – Photos to Remember

Anyone who has ever been to Changi Village and Beach will gladly attest to the charm and tranquility that exudes from the both the people and the place. Sure, it actually can get pretty crowded from time to time, what

East Coast Park – A Photo Series

While technically centred more towards the South-Eastern coast of Singapore, East Coast Park is more of a park rather than a beach. Strangely, it is pretty rare to see people in swimsuits here even though the shore is a mere

East Coast Park – A Photo Series

While technically centred more towards the South-Eastern coast of Singapore, East Coast Park is more of a park rather than a beach. Strangely, it is pretty rare to see people in swimsuits here even though the shore is a mere

Life of a Cat Daddy in Singapore

The sentence above perhaps best sums up my 5 years thus far as a Cat Daddy. It’s a life I never thought I would be living; yet it is also a life I never would want to change. It all

Life of a Cat Daddy in Singapore

The sentence above perhaps best sums up my 5 years thus far as a Cat Daddy. It’s a life I never thought I would be living; yet it is also a life I never would want to change. It all

Lower Peirce Reservoir

The view of the horizon of Lower Peirce Reservoir is perhaps one of the most underrated sights in Singapore, particularly if you happen to chance upon it around the evening sunset. Ever since moving to my new flat in Ang

Lower Peirce Reservoir

The view of the horizon of Lower Peirce Reservoir is perhaps one of the most underrated sights in Singapore, particularly if you happen to chance upon it around the evening sunset. Ever since moving to my new flat in Ang

Pandan Valley Condominium

Located off Ulu Pandan Road, the 81,000 square meter site of Pandan Valley Condominium is a beautiful suburban oasis that has been home to over 600 families since it was constructed in 1977. Designed by Tan Cheng Siong, Pandan Valley

Pandan Valley Condominium

Located off Ulu Pandan Road, the 81,000 square meter site of Pandan Valley Condominium is a beautiful suburban oasis that has been home to over 600 families since it was constructed in 1977. Designed by Tan Cheng Siong, Pandan Valley

A look inside St Joseph’s Church

Easily recognised by the blue dome that sits atop an octagonal belfry, St Joseph’s Church is one of Singapore’s oldest church, a national monument, and a site that represents a rich part of the Portuguese and Catholic history in Singapore.

A look inside St Joseph’s Church

Easily recognised by the blue dome that sits atop an octagonal belfry, St Joseph’s Church is one of Singapore’s oldest church, a national monument, and a site that represents a rich part of the Portuguese and Catholic history in Singapore.

National Aerated Water Company – an Industrial Art Deco icon

Sinalco, Kickapoo and Art Deco are perhaps three of the most synonymous terms associated with the recently auctioned off National Aerated Water Company (NAWC), an architectural icon of Singapore’s industrial age that has stood prominently along 1117 Upper Serangoon Road

National Aerated Water Company – an Industrial Art Deco icon

Sinalco, Kickapoo and Art Deco are perhaps three of the most synonymous terms associated with the recently auctioned off National Aerated Water Company (NAWC), an architectural icon of Singapore’s industrial age that has stood prominently along 1117 Upper Serangoon Road

Post-war Civil Service Quarters (Monk’s Hill Flats) at Windstedt Road

  Built during the early 1950s to house employees of Singapore’s newly formed City Council, the black and white flats along Winstedt Road represented a unique shift towards the “architecture of economy” during the early post-war years. Designed by City

Post-war Civil Service Quarters (Monk’s Hill Flats) at Windstedt Road

  Built during the early 1950s to house employees of Singapore’s newly formed City Council, the black and white flats along Winstedt Road represented a unique shift towards the “architecture of economy” during the early post-war years. Designed by City

Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home

Located along the junction of Balestier and Serangoon Road, the 107-year old Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home is one of Singapore’s oldest charitable healthcare institutions, with a history dating back to 1861, when parts of the current building

Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home

Located along the junction of Balestier and Serangoon Road, the 107-year old Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital & Nursing Home is one of Singapore’s oldest charitable healthcare institutions, with a history dating back to 1861, when parts of the current building

2016: A Year in Review

2016 has been a year where the state of the present and fear for the future has taken centrestage. Yet in our ever-changing landscape, the constant need for change means that historical and heritage issues are always happening just around

2016: A Year in Review

2016 has been a year where the state of the present and fear for the future has taken centrestage. Yet in our ever-changing landscape, the constant need for change means that historical and heritage issues are always happening just around

Just Anthony – Chinese Lifestyle furniture in the Modern day

Step into Just Anthony and you might just spot a piece of furniture or accessory that would fit perfectly in the home of your grandparents, or better yet, a museum. With a history dating back to the 1970s, Just Anthony

Just Anthony – Chinese Lifestyle furniture in the Modern day

Step into Just Anthony and you might just spot a piece of furniture or accessory that would fit perfectly in the home of your grandparents, or better yet, a museum. With a history dating back to the 1970s, Just Anthony