THIS IS SINGAPORE - Line of Sight
The only video for this year.
For a lot of things had happened this year (graduation, review and board exam)
Nevertheless, 3 projects and counting are to be published next year!
I do not own the song nor the pictures. My intention is merely to showcase the beauty of Singapore, my home =) The video is not very well done so pardon the amateurish effort!
*Majulah Singapura* (Onward Singapore)
*TURN ON ANNOTATIONS FOR LYRICS*
You could take a little trip around Singapore town
In Singapore city bus
To see Collyer Quay and Raffles Place
The Esplanade and all of us
Because in Singapore, Singapore
Their hearts are big and wide you'll find
Because in Singapore, Singapore
You'll find happiness for everyone
Let's go down to the riverside, it's an unforgettable sight
To see the sunrise on a faraway isle, turning darkness into light
( Repeat Chorus )
The buildings are climbing all the way to the sky
And there's a hundred other people who are striving
For people like you and I
( Repeat Chorus )
(1080p HD)Singapore in 4 days!
Singapore - Follow us as we make are way up through south East Asia with our first stop being Singapore for 4 intense days of sight seeing and adventures.
We arrive in Singapore but not without our first obstacle!
Doing the right thing we get to Brisbane airport 3 hours early and make our way to the front desk for check in. We then hear the the lady behind the desk say the very words people dread to hear. So just one passenger, Mr Harrison... (silence and stunned looks from myself and Sabrina)
Ahhh no there should be two of us..
Long story short Sabrina had to buy another ticket on another airline as our plane was fully booked out!
We both arrive in Singapore only an hour apart taking different routes. Then it only got better from there on! We checked into our cube hostel called the port by quarters hostel which was little boxed rooms stacked on top of each other and then began to explore the city with never ending things to do for a tourist.
From dawn to dusk we were walking, taking trains, soaring to the top of marina bay sands, taking in the smells of China town, little India strolling through beautiful gardens and indoor rainforests.
The things you should definitely see in Singapore.
-Head over and explore Sentosa for the day or 3 days! There's so many things to do and see hear you spend a few days doing so. Especially if you have kids or you are just a big kid yourself!
-Take a stroll through the marina bay gardens. Make sure you go to the indoor gardens/domes during the day and then by the time you are finished there you will end up in the super tree's at night time. Which is a sight to be seen!
-Explore marina bay area for the day, checking out marina bay sands. HOT TIP : don't buy a ticket to the top look out area which is around $23. Head up to the bar and you pay a smaller amount for a voucher you can spend to buy a drink at the top. Note : Cons-its a little bit smaller and restricted area, but you do get a drink!
-Take the underground train to Little India for lunch and have a stroll around. Also there is a great place for electronics near by called mustafa centre. Note : some things can be relatively cheap but generally for genuine goods like apple products you only save $30-80 dollars. Not worth risking it in my opinion, just incase it is fake..
Then you should take the train over to China town for a little look around and dinner in one of the hawker stall centre's(street food).
Check out the temple and maybe the fresh food market located not too far from each other.
Attention Foodies! At the time of writing this there is the first ever awarded 1 Michelin starred hawker stall called Hong Kong soy sauce chicken rice & noodle in China town which they have also opened up a restaurant near by to keep up with the demand. Warning! There are huge line ups!
Check out our next episode as we head on north to Kuala Lumpur and go to the most incredible roof top bar..!
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SINGAPORE CITY TOUR | BIGBUS HOP ON HOP OFF | YELLOW BLUE & RED LINE | VOICE HINDI ESUBS #singapore
It is easy to enjoy Singapore with the City Sightseeing open-top touring system. The hop on and hop off system allows you to tour at your own leisurely pace.
Spot an interesting place or sight? Simply hop off and walk around and you can continue the tour later by hopping on the next bus.
With 1 bus arriving every 20 minutes, the City Sightseeing system links you to major sights, Singapore tourist top attractions and hotels which double as a transportation system and makes it easy and convenient for you to move around!
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Best of Street Food in Maxwell Road Hawker Centre, Singapore
Maxwell Road Hawker Centre has been featured on many television channels for offering excellent authentic local food at reasonable prices.
Strategically located at Chinatown and opposite the beautiful Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, this hawker centre is an ideal place for visitors to have a rest and enjoy tasty local food while exploring Chinatown.
The two long lines of stalls offer mainly Chinese inspired dishes ( think dim sum, rice porridge, fish balls and noodles ) but there is always a selection of regional cuisines to choose from.
At lunchtimes between 12:00-14:00 the whole building is swamped with nearby office workers.
Maxwell Road Hawker Centre is one of the best places to try genuine Singaporean dishes that are cheap and very tasty..
There are many famous food stalls : Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice stall (#01-10), Zhen Zhen Porridge (#01-54), China Street Fritters (#01-64), Marina South Delicious Food (#01-35), and Hoe Kee Porridge (#01-45).
Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice stall is the most popular food stall in Maxwell Hawker Centre, if not the most popular in all of Singapore! Snaking queues are a common sight close to meal times – especially after The Michelin Guide gave Tian Tian a Michelin Star (the first ever given to a street stall anywhere in the world).
If you are in the mood for steamed chicken on rice but don’t have the time to wait in line, you can check out Ah Tai Hainanese Chicken Rice just a few stalls down, who himself is a former staff member at his more famous neighbour.
Another enduring favourite at Maxwell Hawker Centre is Rojak, Popiah & Cockle, which serves the Malay style mix of crispy bread, fruit and vegetable and egg mix all smothered in a bold, biting sauce
Address : 1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184
Metro : Tanjong Pagar MRT (Take Exit G, walking 6 minutes to Maxwell Road)
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Odesza - Live in Singapore
A Moment Apart, live in Colosseum, Hard Rock Singapore. After two years met them at Lollapalooza in Chicago, this is the second time I watch them LIVE. They more mature and getting better!
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Tai Wah Pork Noodle: A Bowl for Generations
Up on the second floor of Hong Lim Market & Food Centre, this is a daily sight: two long lines of people mirroring each other and snaking around the corners of Tai Wah Pork Noodle and Outram Park Fried Kway Teow. Both of these famous hawker stalls, situated directly opposite each other, were awarded the Big Gourmand recognition in the MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2018 last year, but their queues are not a new development.
People have been flocking to Tai Wah Pork Noodle for years now since it moved into the market in 2004, when third-generation successors Gerald and Jason Tang took over the reins from their father, Tang Chai Chye.
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FULL TOUR of SEA Aquarium Singapore @ Resorts World Sentosa
A complete tour of SEA Aquarium Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa with dolphins and sharks :)
The S.E.A. Aquarium (South East Asia Aquarium) was the world's largest aquarium by total water volume until overtaken by Chimelong Ocean Kingdom in Hengqin, China. It contains a total of 45,000,000 litres (9,900,000 imp gal; 12,000,000 US gal) of water for more than 100,000 marine animals of over 800 species. The aquarium comprises 10 zones with 49 habitats. The centerpiece of the Aquarium is the Open Ocean tank with more than 18,000,000 l (4,000,000 imp gal; 4,800,000 US gal) and 50,000 animals. Until 2014 when eclipsed by China's Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, it had the world's largest viewing panel, 36-metre (118 ft) wide and 8.3-metre (27 ft) tall, which is intended to give visitors the feeling of being on the ocean floor.
Best MICHELIN STAR food in SINGAPORE | Singapore street food for CHEAP
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Singapore is a STREET FOOD PARADISE. There are over 30 Michelin Bib Gourmand eateries in Singapore and a couple of hawker stalls with one Michelin star.
We visit some of the less talked about eateries that have received a Bib Gourmand award in the last year. Bib Gourmand is the award given by Michelin to restaurants/eateries with exceptionally good food at moderate prices”. Get ready for some of the CHEAPEST MICHELIN FOOD in Singapore!
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Where we ate:
Bak Chor Mee or minced pork noodles at Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles, 466 Crawford Ln, #01-12, Singapore 190465. Open daily, 9:30am to 9:00pm. We suggest you get there early (around 9:00am if on a weekday) otherwise you might face a really long wait.
Carrot cake at Chey Sua Carrot Cake, 127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310127. Open 6:00am to 1:00pm. Closed Monday.
Curry puffs at J2 Crispy Curry Puffs, Amoy Street Food Centre, stall #01-21, 7 Maxwell Rd, Singapore 06911. Open 8:00am to 4:00pm. Closed Sunday.
Fried Prawn Mee at Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee, Tiong Bahru Hawker Centre, 30 Seng Poh Rd, Tiong Bahru Stall number #02-01. Open 11:00am to 8:00pm. Closed on Monday.
Claypot Chicken Rice at New Lucky Claypot Rice, 44 Holland Dr, #02 19, Holland Drive Market & Food Center, Singapore 270044. Open 11:00am to 1:00pm and 5:00pm to 8:00pm. Closed Wednesday.
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Sights and Sounds of Singapore
GoCruise with Ian produced this video following a short trip to Singapore in November 2018. I was with a small group of travel agents, hosted by Holland America Line, Seabourn and the Singapore Tourism Board. It was a wonderful experience, and we had an amazing guide from the Singapore Tourism Board, called Suhail Jindran, for the 4 days we were there.
We also visited the Seabourn Encore and MS Westerdam in the port of Singapore, and you can see my reviews and videos on my website. For more information on our trip to Singapore, or for details on any cruise or cruise ship, call GoCruise with Ian on 01455821770 or 08002922850, or visit
TRIP TO SINGAPORE ZOO | ROUNDS TUBE சிங்கப்பூர் உயிரியல் பூங்கா
The Singapore Zoo was initially called as the Singapore Zoological Gardens or the Mandai Zoo. It is now commonly known as the Singapore Zoo. It occupies 28 hectares i.e. 69 acres on the margins of Upper Seletar Reservoir within the heavily forested central catchment area.
Singapore Zoo was built by the fund granted by the Government of Singapore and opened on 27.06.1973. Here birds and animals are kept in spacious and landscaped enclosures which separated from the visitors by dry and wet moats. The moats are concealed with vegetation or dropped below the line of sight. The dangerous animals that can climb well are housed in landscaped glass-fronted enclosures. Many shows such as King of the Skies show, High Flyers Show, Dining with Parrot etc. are being held every day at this Zoo for the use of visitors. Here variety of Birds and Animals are found in the Zoo.
The photos depicting the places here shown are worth to visit with family and kids.
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சிங்கப்பூர் மிருகக்காட்சிசாலை ஆரம்பத்தில் சிங்கப்பூர் விலங்கியல் தோட்டம் அல்லது மாண்டாய் உயிரியல் பூங்கா என்று அழைக்கப்பட்டது. இது இப்போது பொதுவாக சிங்கப்பூர் உயிரியல் பூங்கா என்று அழைக்கப்படுகிறது. இது 28 ஹெக்டேர் நிலத்தை ஆக்கிரமித்துள்ளது, அதாவது 69 ஏக்கர் பரப்பளவில் காடுகள் நிறைந்த மத்திய நீர்ப்பிடிப்பு பகுதிக்குள் மேல் செலட்டார் நீர்த்தேக்கத்தின் விளிம்பில் உள்ளது.
சிங்கப்பூர் மிருகக்காட்சிசாலை சிங்கப்பூர் அரசு வழங்கிய நிதியில் கட்டப்பட்டது. இது 27.06.1973 அன்று திறக்கப்பட்டது. இங்கு பறவைகள் மற்றும் விலங்குகள் விசாலமான மற்றும் நிலப்பரப்புள்ள அடைப்புகளில் வைக்கப்படுகின்றன, அவை பார்வையாளர்களிடமிருந்து உலர்ந்த மற்றும் ஈரமான அகழிகளால் பிரிக்கப்படுகின்றன. அகழிகள் தாவரங்களுடன் மறைக்கப்படுகின்றன அல்லது பார்வைக் கோட்டிற்குக் கீழே விடப்படுகின்றன. நன்றாக ஏறக்கூடிய ஆபத்தான விலங்குகள் நிலப்பரப்பு கண்ணாடி-முன் அடைப்புகளில் வைக்கப்பட்டுள்ளன. பார்வையாளர்களின் பயன்பாட்டிற்காக இந்த மிருகக்காட்சிசாலையில் ஒவ்வொரு நாளும் கிங் ஆஃப் ஸ்கைஸ் நிகழ்ச்சி, ஹை ஃபிளையர்கள் ஷோ, டைனிங் வித் கிளி போன்ற பல நிகழ்ச்சிகள் நடத்தப்படுகின்றன. இங்கு மிருகக்காட்சிசாலையில் பல்வேறு வகையான பறவைகள் மற்றும் விலங்குகள் காணப்படுகின்றன.
இங்கே காட்டப்பட்டுள்ள இடங்களை சித்தரிக்கும் புகைப்படங்கள் குடும்பம் மற்றும் குழந்தைகளுடன் பார்வையிடத்தக்கவை.
அவ்வப்போது வீடியோக்களைப் பெறுவதற்கு எனது சேனலுக்கு இலவசமாக சந்தா பொத்தானை அழுத்தவும்.
The Singapore Zoo
The Singapore Zoo
Information about the Singapore Zoo (Wikipedia):
The Singapore Zoo, formerly known as the Singapore Zoological Gardens and commonly known locally as the Mandai Zoo, occupies 28 hectares (69 acres) on the margins of Upper Seletar Reservoir within Singapore's heavily forested central catchment area. The zoo was built at a cost of S$9 million granted by the government of Singapore and opened on 27 June 1973. It is operated by Wildlife Reserves Singapore, who also manage the neighbouring Night Safari, River Safari and the Jurong BirdPark. There are about 315 species of animal in the zoo, of which some 16 percent are considered to be threatened species. The zoo attracts 1.7 million visitors each year.
From the beginning, Singapore Zoo followed the modern trend of displaying animals in naturalistic, 'open' exhibits with hidden barriers, moats, and glass between the animals and visitors. It houses the largest captive colony of orangutans in the world.
A cotton-top tamarin
Animals are kept in spacious, landscaped enclosures separated from the visitors by dry and wet moats. The moats are concealed with vegetation or dropped below the line of sight. Dangerous animals that can climb well are housed in landscaped glass-fronted enclosures.
The zoo has not expanded beyond the original 28 hectares. However, 40 hectares of secondary forest were later developed into the Night Safari. The remaining undeveloped land has been kept as wooded land. This and the waters of Upper Seletar Reservoir contribute to the zoo, giving it a sense of natural, unrestricted space.
The zoo also offers various modes of rides available within the premises: trams, animals, boat, pony and horse carriage rides.
Strollers, wagons and wheelchairs can also be rented.
Animals at Singapore Zoo as of 2013
African hunting dog
Naked mole rat
Celebes crested macaque
Indian spotted chevrotain
Indian star tortoise
Cuvier's dwarf caiman
Aldabra giant tortoise
Western diamondback rattlesnake
Alligator snapping turtle
Large flying fox
Madagascar hissing cockroach
Eastern grey kangaroo
California sea lion
Oriental small-clawed otter
Giant Asian pond turtle
Red river hog
By the way, this zoo is a great place to visit with your children.
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Singapore History - Simei, The Hidden Secret of The 4 Beauties
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Mind blowing flower arrangement and decoration. Just imagine the fairy tales with beautiful, fully bloom FLOWERS, with their destinctive and unique textures and colours.
Come and join Edventures Bucket list to explore the thematic Floral Fantasy presented by Gardens by the Bay.
This wave of flower bouquet captured my eyes, Wondering how they design and made it like the wave at the ocean.
Floral Fantasy is Gardens by the Bay’s (latest attraction at Bayfront Plaza) . It’s close proximity to Bayfront MRT, makes it hard to miss as it is a major entry point for locals and tourists.
We’ve always been awed by thematic display at Flower Dome and were certain the new permanent attraction will be another captivating floral tapestry.
This cosy 1,500 square meter indoor space features more than 3,000 plants and more than 150 species in four diverse garden landscape, each showcasing a different artistic concept.
Here’s a sneak of what each zone offers.
Four garden landscapes in Floral Fantasy
Once we stepped foot into the space, we were greeted by rainbow pastel blooms hanging upside down. The dreamy canopy makes a welcoming entrance and sparked childlike wonder having us ohhing and ahhhing as we were led into a world of floral fantasy.
As we followed the pathway, another whimsical sight awaited.
A world of floral fantasy at Gardens by the Bay
Pendulous floral balls bobbing gently up and down from the ceiling.
Being the ever patriotic National baby, Sophie posed with the orchids and asked for a photo.
In the next zone, Float, we were drawn by the soft bubbling stream as it meanders through grassy knolls.
Here you’re welcome to linger and take in the relaxing atmosphere as you sit on the wooden bench or get comfy on the grass.
The calming environment was lost on the little miss as she got up to cheeky antics humouring some guests when she flossed and even surprised me with a sneaky kiss.
We spotted an interesting tree, the fried egg tree, with white flowers and yellow stamens that resembled a sunny-side up egg.
As we entered the third zone, Waltz, we experienced walking through a forest in the rain. Flowers and plants from driftwood structures frame the landscape, enveloping us in the wonder of nature.
We tried spotting the pint-sized poison dart frogs displayed in the vivarium and they are exceptional at camouflaging themselves.
This purpose of this exhibit is to highlight and educate guests how deforestation can have adverse impact on even the smallest aspects of biodiversity, especially on these vulnerable amphibians.
4m by 2m poison dart frog vivarium housing more than 30 tiny poison dart frogs
The final garden landscape likens a cavern, ringed with terraced rock formation.
As my eyes trailed the hanging ferns draped down from the ceiling, glittering lights sparkle above creating a magical and enchanting atmosphere.
5.4D ride – Flight of the Dragonfly
Rounding up our visit to Floral Fantasy was a 4D ride which simulates the journey of a dragonfly’s flight path through Gardens by the Bay. Our sense of sight, sound, touch and smell were engaged on this interactive ride and we enjoyed the many surprising elements like bubbles and rose scents on this ride.
If you have little children, do note the height restriction of 1m and above.
A scene from Flight of the Dragonfly 4D ride
Opening Special Ticketing Details
Floral Fantasy is a ticketed exhibition. Visitors to Floral Fantasy and Friends of the Gardens will enjoy opening special rate between 14 April and 13 May 2019.
Local Resident Rates
Senior (above 60 years) and child: $5
Friends of the Gardens
Senior (above 60 years) and child: $4
Visit period after 13 May 2019
Senior (above 60 years) and child: $8
Friends of the Gardens
Senior (above 60 years) and child: $7
The beauty of Penang
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Line Of Sight!
In this trip we went to Penang for 48 hours to see what we could do. This is the trip we planned as we went along. We prepared as we were waiting for the bus. We rented motorbikes and went to as many places we could. Sadly, 48 hours isn''t close to enough time to find and see all the hidden gems that lie in Penang. I hope I get to see it once more from a new perspective in the future.
Singapore Changi Airport Train
Singapore Changi Airport is a sight to behold. Easily the best airport I've visited.
Terminal 3 to Terminal 2 transfer.
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Your #vacation must include visits to the many religious sites scattered around the city. You’ll have a marvelous time shopping in tax-free Hong Kong, where you’ll be able to find clothing, jewelery, furniture, and everything else under the sun.
Visit Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade which overlooks the stunning Victoria Harbor. Explore Central, the city’s main business district. The observation deck atop the International Commerce Centre will show you fantastic views of the city.
Hong Kong isn’t all cityscape, of course; there are many green spaces for you to relax. You’ll also find beaches, national parks, and quiet islands for you to indulge in natural beauty and serenity.
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