Tanjong Pagar conservation area. Ann Siang. Duxton. Yes, I know these places are so… yesterday. “You’d know about them if you were in tune with the times,” you say. These times – when age is hip and vintage is current once again. I have been to the Tanjong Pagar part of town before – but… Read More We eat, we read, we explore
“Let’s take a train from Tanjong Pagar Railway Station before it closes in July!” Grown adults we were – but only one of us had ever been on a Singapore-Malaysia rail journey. So a date was set. 4 June, 2011. There were 6 takers. — The train was delayed. When we first got onto our… Read More when the journey matters more than the destination
This gorgeously shot Anthropologie video makes me miss India. Granted, I’ve only just come back from that trip, but it was a veritable learning experience, full of fresh images, vibrant colors, exotic food, incredible architecture, mostly friendly folk… but also of dust, grime, heat and far too much social disparity. The abject poverty I passed… Read More Passage to India
I went for the i Light Marina Bay festival last weekend and really enjoyed it. Singapore’s turning into a gorgeous sight at night. I love how our new skyline looks, and the light installations they’ve placed around the bay make it even more enchanting.