Parks of Singapore

One of the benefits of central planning and Singapore's favourite tagline of being a garden city, is the number of public parks.  I'm going to run through the main ones and our favourites. The Botanical Gardens Ah yes the grandma of them all, I'll be honest I don't know what order they were really built-in... Continue Reading →

Friday Digest – It’s not always about the big things

This week I'll be touching on little things to do and Bedok Library Birthday party Little Things Last weekend I took our eldest to get her hair cut and we got there way too early.  Why do things in Singapore not open until 11am?  Some of us have been up half the day already by them.... Continue Reading →

Chinese Gardens – Mid Autumn festival

It's been 8 years since we went to the Chinese Gardens for the mid autumn festival.  Back in 2005 we were wowed by the lanterns and so looking forward to taking our little ones to experience the Jurassic Safari. The Chinese Gardens are way out west on the green line, so nearly an hour for... Continue Reading →

Friday Digest – Little Li and Snakes in Singapore

This week I touch on kids events at the Singapore Writers Festival, Snakes in Singapore, Lau Pa Sat and free movie tickets or popcorn. Little Li The Singapore Writers Festival is running a series of free events for kids.  The program is running from the 2nd to the 10th of November designed for children from 4... Continue Reading →

Planes vr Turbo

Does Dusty soar to great heights or does the nitro power Turbo into the lead?  This is the great animated film race of the summer. Story line The underdog dreams of winning the greatest race on earth.  Manages to sneak into the race.  Gets some unconventional training.  Struggles initially but gets some advice that helps... Continue Reading →

Friday Digest – Rainy Days and the Mid-Autimn Festival

This week I touch on rainy days, lanterns at the Chinese Gardens, ballet and reduced priced kids DVDs.Rainy DaysAs we enter the wet season there's going to be plenty of days when the kids are going to be trapped inside (or at least inside a mall or indoor playgrounds).  So we did some fort building... Continue Reading →

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