Watch the world go by with beer in hand.
Clarke Quay used to be the heart of the island nation’s entrepot trade from the time of Raffles’ founding of Singapore as a free port 200 years ago. Today, the stately old buildings that line the banks of the Singapore River have been repurposed as swanky shops, restaurants and night clubs, for jetsetters, local and foreign. Converted bumboats that used to ferry goods and people from ship to shore now take visitors sightseeing.
Nanyang The Movie
Based on Nanyang the graphic novel by Tan Choon Hong.
Set in the cataclysmic 19th century in the lands surrounding the South China Sea aka Nanyang, this fast-paced adventure romance brims with hope, intrigue and betrayal threaded into a tender love story of two people destined for each other against impossible odds.
Read the story on Kindle eBook and Paperback available from Amazon.com.
The Most Pirated T-Shirt in Singapore... where to buy the original.
The Singapore “Lion City” T-shirt is so awesome that it has been pirated with impunity, and cheap knockoffs are available all over the city especially in the tourist districts. But those in the know have been getting the originals from: https://www.zazzle.com/singapore_lion...
Singapore's Lipsmacking Taste Sensation!
Newly opened "Malaysia Boleh!" Food Court is located at B2 AMK Hub next to Fairprice Xtra. The food is the pick of Malaysian hawker fare and has enough variety to meet most tastes.
Shanghai River Cruise on the Huangpu
The Huangpu River cuts across Shanghai city, dividing it neatly into two. The western sector or Puxi is home to the old walled city and the Bund. The eastern sector Pudong is a recent development of the last few decades and is the new business district studded with jaw-dropping skyscrapers. At nightfall the skyline turns into a spectacular fairyland of lights, one of the world's most beautiful.
Daily grind driving you up the wall?
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So your day in the office didn't turn out as expected. Look what these workers have to put up with on a daily basis. Hauling up lunch many times their own weight vertically up the wall. Now isn't your day in the cubicle a picnic in the park?