Come to the junction of Tiong Bahru Road and Seng Poh Road on Sunday morning for a brilliant concert by birds of all sorts. ... More
Come to the junction of Tiong Bahru Road and Seng Poh Road on Sunday morning for a brilliant concert by birds of all sorts. Singing their hearts out here are merboks, sharmas, mata putihs and a host of others treasured for their choral skills. After hanging the cages up on verandas or on wires strung between trees, the Chinese owners congregate around tables, and chat over coffee. These owners are clearly very proud of their little charges, as is apparent from the special diet given to their lovely birds and the ornate cages used to house them.
From an elevation of 80 meters (262 feet) above sea level, the Singapore Cable Car ride commands a captivating view
of the city center, port and nearby isles. The journey starts from Mount Faber , then takes you gliding ...
Singapore's Champs Élysees stretches 2.5 kilometres (1.5 miles) long and is said to have the largest concentration of shopping malls
worldwide. Originally a nutmeg and pepper plantation, Orchard Road today is lined with ritzy malls, swanky eateries and luxury ...
The newly remodeled museum provides a multi sensory experience designed to guide you through Singapore's evolution from a fishing village
to a cosmopolitan city. The journey begins at Four Winds of Singapore, a multimedia exhibit honoring Singapore's diversity and ...