Thursday, July 30, 2015

Dolce Vita Endless Summer at W Singapore

Shades on, dress down. Get ready for an all-round revelry on 2nd August 2015 as two key players in Singapore’s burgeoning music scene – W Singapore – Sentosa Cove and Zouk collaborate to bring some of the hottest homegrown music mavens to Dolce Vita, an Endless Summer edition.

Powered by Zouk resident DJs Jeremy Boon, Lincey and Zushan at WET® deck, join us as we celebrate the nation’s 50th birthday with renowned brands including Bell & Ross, Veuve Clicquot and Belvedere. Party goers will also be able to walk away with multiple summer treats including half-hourly giveaways from Mango eyewear together with Eye-Trendy.

Join in the lively party and be the one to walk away with a Bell & Ross Vintage BR123 Heritage watch worth S$4, 200! MasterCard cardholders will be able to enjoy 20% off tickets sales and table packages. Visit W Singapore Sentosa Cove website for more detail.

The event is complimentary entry for the first 100 Zouk members and one guest upon presentation of membership card at door and also complimentary goodie bag given to the first 50 guests.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Durian Mobilization 2015 with Dr. Leslie Tay and Singapore Kindness Movement

Together with celebrity food blogger Dr. Leslie Tay and Co-organized by the Singapore Kindness Movement, the Durian Mobilization 2015 has successfully held in the heart of Marine Parade last Saturday evening at Blk 75 Marine Drive Communal Hall. The event has drove in crowds of durian lovers participating in the durian mobilization this year.

It was an exciting evening whereby everyone at the Durian Mobilization got a chance to try out an impressive seven-course durian degustation and at the same time, gain knowledge and recognize of various durian cultivars.

And Yes! Those durians we eaten are all from 227 Katong Durian stalls! Want to choose the best durian? Know the boss first! Heheh ^^

Durians in the basket ready to be serve ~

The public are waiting for the durians to be served… Hungry?

As mention above, there were total of 7 different type of durian we had eaten at Durian Mobilization. Those 7 type durian included D1, D88, Kampong Durian, Green Bamboo, Red Prawn, Golden Phoenix and Mao Shan Wang (Mushan King).

After trying out so many durians, my favourite durians are Green Bamboo, Golden Phoenix and Mao Shan Wang. Well, it sound expensive but quality always comes at a price. xD

Photo with Steven Teo from ThePerfectFatherSG and his two adorable kids!

Oh yes! I won a book from their Instagram contest! 

Monday, July 27, 2015

BRAND’S Chicken Essence in Tablet Format

Enjoy the robust formulation from BRAND’S® Research and Development, a convenient BRAND’S® Essence of Chicken in tablet format, fortified with Vitamin B Complex and Iron to fight fatigue and improve mental concentration.

BRAND’S® Essence of Chicken with Vitamin B Complex and Iron comes with a complete range of Vitamin B Complex and easily-absorbed Iron. Vitamin B Complex aids energy production to support brain function for an efficient and alert nervous system. Iron is a required substance to support circulation of oxygen to the brain and whole body.

Getting through challenges is easier when you are sharp, so switch on with BRAND’S® Essence of Chicken with Vitamin B Complex and Iron which comes in easy to swallow pill form with a recommended dosage of 2 tablets per day. It is a proficient supplement to your daily nutrient intake and is halal certified so it can be enjoyed by all.

BRAND’S® Essence of Chicken with Vitamin B Complex and Iron is now available at Cold Storage, FairPrice, FairPrice Xtra, FairPrice Finest, Sheng Siong and, at S$29.00 for a bottle with 60 tablets.

15 Things to do at Singapore Botanic Gardens

Have you visited the Singapore largest garden city? Yes, it is Singapore Botanic Gardens. This magnificent garden was created since year 1859, and today, Singapore Botanic Gardens is now listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site. With more than 150 years of history, the gardens have held a unique and significant place in the history of Singapore and the region.

More than thousands of species can be found in Singapore Botanic Gardens. Hence, visitors will be able to learn and appreciate the unique plants and trees collection through various thematic walks within the nature environment.

Well, not to worry if you get bored when visiting the Singapore Botanic Gardens. A quick guide to all local and tourist, here are the 15 things you can do at Singapore Botanic Gardens.

1. Selfie/Wefie with the Black Swan
At the Eco-Lake, you will see a family of elegant black swans as well as other animal species. The black swan are not scare of human, therefore here is a good opportunity to get a selfie or group photo with the black swan.

2. Hop onto the Swing
A long walk sometimes can be quite tiring especially dating under the sunny day. Slow down and take a rest at the swing with your loved one and enjoy a soft and natural atmosphere.

3. Picnic Session
Spend a chilling afternoon and hold a picnic session at Singapore Botanic Gardens to build up the relationship bonding with your family/friends.

4. Take a look at the Bandstand
Singapore Heritage Memories, the octagonal gazebo known as the Bandstand is now a favourite wedding photo spot and an iconic landmark of the Gardens.

5. Visit the National Orchid Gardens
For flower lovers, National Orchid Gardens will be your heaven. You will see more than 1000 species and 2000 hybrids on display and photography is allowed along the National Orchid Gardens trails.

6. Exercise
Breathe in the fresh air and feel the cooling atmosphere, Singapore Botanic Gardens allowing you to have a peaceful jogging exercise around the garden for you to maintain a strong healthy body.

7. Walk Along the Trails
Walk along the trails to explore more different kind of interesting species at Singapore Botanic Gardens. Do always get your camera ready!

8. Look out for the “5-Dollar” Tembusu Tree
This is one of the famous iconic trees in Singapore Botanic Gardens. If you take out your SG $5 Note, behind the 5 dollar note, you will see a picture of tree. Yes, it is! The “5-Dollar” note Tree is known as Tembusu Tree. Hint, this tree is somewhere near Swan Lake! Don’t miss it!

9. Feeding the Fishes in the Lake
 This activity only applies to some of the lake in Singapore Botanic Gardens. Do watch out for the “sign board” before feeding it.

10. Drawing/Water Painting
It is always a good experience to merge in your creative art talent with the nature surrounding. Give a try to draw or do water painting under the huge solid tree. You might have a wonderful masterpiece.

11. Get Up Close with the Animals
Living creatures are around Singapore Botanic Gardens. Take a slow pace and get close with the beautiful and adorable animals. Do not hurt them; otherwise they might attack you back without warning.

12. Admire the Nature Flowers
As mention, in Singapore Botanic Gardens there are more than 1000 of species. Well, slow down your pace and get ready your camera to capture the flowers moment.

13. Photography Shoot
In this garden, you can explore up to a landscape, nature and portrait photography shoot. Therefore, don’t miss out this chance to capture your memorable moment at Singapore Botanic Gardens. Because you only live once (YOLO)!

14. Discovery of White Swans 
The White Swan is located at the Swan Lake, which is a major attraction in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It is the first lake constructed in year 1866 and today it is the oldest ornamental water-feature in Singapore.

15. Blogging
Blogging or micro-sharing can be anywhere and anytime. With the empty nature space provided, blogging in this cooling environment is definitely a good choice. Bloggers do bring your laptop along and give it a try! Cheers.

Those photos above are taken using 
SONY Alpha A7S full frame Mirrorless camera.
Photography By: 楊鴻鵬 HP

Sunday, July 26, 2015

LEGO SG50 Roadshow Rebuild Your Singapore Memories

Have you contribute your LEGO pieces on the Dragon Playground? Today, LEGO certified professional Nicholas Foo has successfully piecing the 8.5 Foot LEGO Dragon Playground sculpture to celebrate Singapore 50th Birthday at Raffles City Shopping Mall Atrium, Level 3.

To celebrate SG50, the LEGO roadshow at Raffles City has also unveiled 4 SG50 Limited Edition Singapore Icons Mini Builds which includes Cable Car, Ice Cream Bike, HDB Flats and Dragon Playground.

The SG50 LEGO roadshow not only allow children to build their own SG memory but it also allows everyone especially adult to rebuild and recall the past Singapore 50 years history and memories. Here are some of the amazing builds by the winners of the rebuild your memories competition.

Bukit Timah KTM Railway Station

SBS Bus 

Lion Dance CNY Celebration

Mama Shop at HDB void deck

LEGO SG50 Roadshow will be held at Raffles City Shopping Mall Atrium, Level 3 from this week until 30 July 2015. Hurry visits the event and meets your favourite dragon playground today!

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

10 SG50 Places to visit During Singapore Jubilee Weekend

In line with Singapore 50 celebration this year, there are several promotions and activities happening this coming golden jubilee weekend. Well, for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents, here are 10 listed SG50 places you may want to visit during the Singapore Golden Jubilee weekend celebration.

Gardens by the Bay
Gardens by the Bay celebrating Singapore’s 50th Birthday! Gardens by the Bay membership will get to enjoy unlimited visits to the Flower Dome, Cloud Forest and OCBC Skyway.

Celebrate the Jubilee weekend with a special edition of the Garden Rhapsody to celebrate Singapore’s 50th birthday. Featuring lasers for the very first time, this edition of Garden Rhapsody presents nostalgic favourites from yesteryear sung by Benjamin Kheng and Sandra Tang of The Sam Willows, indie singer iNCH, and many other prominent local vocalists. [Read More]

Sentosa Island
At Sentosa, there will be several FREE attractions open to the public during the Golden Jubilee Weekend. FREE and FUN attractions such as Cable Car Rides, Wings of Time performance, Sentosa Merlion and Fort Siloso! And also special price promotion for Singaporean and permanent residents to universal studios Singapore and Sentosa adventure cove too! [Read More]

Merlion Park
Merlion Park is one of the major tourist attractions at One Fullerton Singapore. Enjoy the landscape walk along the Jubilee Bridge leading you to the Merlion Park for a panorama view of Marina Bay.

Singapore Botanic Gardens
Singapore well-known UNESCO place’s Singapore Botanic Gardens featuring nostalgic activities which celebrate shared memories as well as the rich cultural and botanical heritage of the Gardens! Singaporean and Permanent residents may now visit national orchid garden for FREE!

On 7 and 8 August, visitors to the Gardens will be treated to bandstand performances from 7.30pm to 8.15pm, and outdoor movie screenings from 8.30pm to 10.30pm. The festivities will culminate in a live telecast of the National Day Parade on 9 August together with a series of music performances by 7 local artistes and groups. [Read More]

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Singapore Flyer
Experience breathtaking panoramic views on the world largest observation wheel. During the golden jubilee weekend, Singapore Flyer is having the world’s first full butler sky dining for couple to experience a magnificent skyline views in the comfort spacious capsule. [Read More]

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Esplanade Theatres on the Bay
A place you definitely need to visit during the golden jubilee weekend. From 6th August to 10th August, visit Esplanade and celebrate National Day with a variety of FREE performances, workshops, talks and an interactive artwork that explores the sights and sounds in our everyday lives. [Read More]

Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo
In celebration with SG50, Wildlife Reserves Singapore is now having SG50 promotion. Be a Feather Friends Member this year, to enjoy 1 year unlimited entry to Jurong Bird Park and Singapore Zoo for the price of 1 day ticket! [Read More]

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Fort Canning Park
Take your camera and have a walk at the most historic places in Singapore, the Fort Canning Park. Back during the World War II in Singapore, this place was converted to a military base. And 50 years down the road, Fort Canning Park has changed and now it is a place where you will fell close to the nature. In this golden jubilee weekend, take a walk at Fort Canning Park and capture the memory of Singapore history.

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Science Centre Singapore
Science Centre Singapore (SCS) will be providing FREE admission from 7th to 10th August 2015 to all Singapore citizens.

There will also FREE admission to all Singapore citizens to six other SCS attractions such as the “Human Body Experience” exhibition, “Interplay: Where Science Meets Art” exhibition; KidsSTOP™, Snow City, The Cliff @ Snow City and the Omni-Theatre - based on each attraction’s capacity. [Read More]

Artscience Museum @ Marina Bay Sands
From 7th to 9 August 2015, FREE admission to ArtScience Museum and Marina Bay Sands Skating Rink for all Singaporeans and Permanent residents. One recommended exhibition to visit will be the Singapore STories: Then, Now, Tomorrow exhibition!
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