Singapore just got voted the most Instagrammable city in the world. Guess apart from the famous jewel, we do have of places to go to. But it’s still all concentrate structures and man made environment. Was sharing with a colleague that natural environment is the best. But was told most Instagram photos won’t feature those nature views as it’s not places most influencers will go. Wonder if it’s true? Comments?
Today Singapore recorded it’s highest community COVID-19 infection since Aug 10 2020. However, as shocking as it is, another news came as a even bigger shock to the students of a secondary school. As investigation are ongoing and news is being circulated to the general public, there will understandably be rumours and speculations about how could such an event occur in such a safe country. Well, nothing is impossible, but speculation does not help to allay any fears in the public. It will be best to let the authorities conduct the necessary investigations and brief the public when the time comes. I do agree with the news outlet that respect should be given to both sides and their families. There is already ongoing racism that has been happening in the recent years due to the pandemic and the last thing is to further instil more fear or even hatred in the community.
Everyone needs to play a role to help stem fear-mongering among certain groups of the public. Time will let us know more and rushing to conclusions does not help in any way.
Was at this place for the Nth time since it opened but still managed to capture different things about the place. Had a chance to catch the vortex fountain performance which was really amazing although was splashed with water. Was taking a video but decided to take some stills and I think it’s much better.
Sometimes, it’s better to stop a while and enjoy the moment rather than just keep moving aimlessly. Just a realisation.
Managed to visit this new iconic building in Singapore that was recently opened. This building, situated next to the airport is meant to push up Tourism and get visitors as well as locals to spend. Unlike other most other countries, Singapore Changi Airport is build more to resemble a huge shopping centre than an airport. Weekends means trips to the airport with a huge space to roam about in cramped Singapore. At 1.3billion
dollars, it shows how much the airport authorities are willing to pay and how confident they are. With another terminal coming up and another dedicated mass rapid transport, things are sure to get better with years to come. Have you been there yet?
Had a nice cup of hot cafe latte on a rainy day. This cafe is in one of the newly opened malls and was not easy to find. Was here on a friends recommendation and the coffee was pretty good. The ambience like what I took below. Only issue is that the surrounding environment outside the cafe was not enticing, hence no pics. It’s pretty difficult to find a good cafe in Singapore with great coffee, good ambience and good views. Anyone with recommendations?