After a two-year hiatus (2019), Formula 1 returns triumphantly to the Marina Bay Street Circuit for the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix; with a record-breaking 302,000 fans turning up, smashing the previous high of 300,000 set during its debut back in 2008. Here’s a behind-the-scenes peek of both support races, TSS The Super Series and W-Series!
Join me as I return to PULAU UBIN ISLAND after 15 months for another solo camping adventure, this time at the North-East corner’s Mamam Campsite.
I was back out for my second VAN CAMPING adventure; visiting the charming Rower’s Bay Park and Kranji Dam, and making myself some really delicious dinner!
Having explored the Lorong Halus (North) Trail a few months back, I set off to explore the adjacent Lorong Halus (South) Trail for the very first time. Question is, am I successful in exploring the trail? Join me and find out!
Join me on my first overnighter on the cove, at the uninhabited Lazarus Island. Located just 6.5km South of mainland Singapore and a short 30mins ferry ride away, the island trio of Lazarus, Saint John’s and Seringat are connected thanks the land-reclamation works, are picturesque and serene. Despite the weather forecast for heavy thunderstorms onContinue reading “Camping on the Cove / Lazarus Island / Singapore”
Sit back and relax, as I take you to the 27-hectare mixed-development Admiralty Park in Woodlands Singapore, a blend between a 7-hectare urban park and a 20-hectare nature conservation park. This unique concept also makes it the largest public park in the Northern sector of Singapore.
Join me as I visit Sembawang Beach for the first time, as well as explore a segment of the Simpang River Trail in the Northern parts of Singapore.
Seeking out and exploring the little-known Lorong Halus Trail in North East Singapore for the very first time. Meeting ‘wild boars’, ‘red junglefowls’ and ‘red-wattled lapwings’ along the way.
Exploring nature and historical ruins at the 50-hectare Thomson Nature Park.
Join me on a calm and relaxing first-visit to one of Singapore’s lesser known ecological sanctuaries, the 36-hectare Tampines Eco Green sanctuary park. With well preserved natural habitats such as freshwater wetlands, open grasslands, and a protected secondary rainforest, Tampines Eco Green offers a safe haven for thriving biodiversity. The park also offers three easyContinue reading “Tampines Eco Green / Day Hike / Singapore”