7 Awesome Things To Do in Malacca, Malaysia Malacca, an amazingly small melting pot of rich culture, history and arts. Ever since I rekindled this love affair with wanderlust, I have bucket-listed UNESCO World Heritage sites as my must-experience destinations, and I am glad that four to five hours away by bus from Singapore is a perfect weekend sweet escape – Malacca, an amazingly small melting pot of rich culture, history and arts.
Towner Gardens School (TGS) is one of *MIND’s SPED (SPecial EDucation) schools. With history dating back to 1985, TGS is the first purpose-built special education school in #Singapore. Since then, it strive to provide the most comprehensive educational services to children and youths up to 18 years of age who have intellectual disability. *Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of SIngapore
Nach einem Tag durch die lebendige Stadt lohnt sich ein Abstecher ins National Museum of Singapore. Hinter seiner imposant-kolonialen Fassade zeigt das älteste Museum der Stadt nun auf fast 20 000 m2 in hochmodernen Räumen sowohl Wanderausstellungen internationalen Formats als auch Rückblicke auf die Singapurer Geschichte. Architektonischer Höhepunkt ist die Glaskuppel mit einem Durchmesser von 24 m, die nachts erleuchtet wird. http://www.nationalmuseum.sg/NMSPortal/
RemSG is a blog capturing Singapore's yesteryears. The purpose of this blog is to relive the memories of Singapore, and also to increase awareness to our fading heritage and vanishing landmarks in midst of Singapore’s rapid development.
A Brief History of Singapore, where CSAP 2013 will be taking place!
Jade Residences is a new residential development at Lew Lian Vale, 5 minutes to Serangoon MRT Station and NEX Mall at Serangoon. This 4 blocks of 5-storey, consists of 171 units and 2 shop units, and is a RARE freehold residential project located at the City Fringe of Singapore with ultimate convenience!
Chinatown Heritage Center: To understand the history of Singapore's Chinatown, visiting the Chinatown Heritage Center is a must. It houses thousands of old photographs, artifacts and recreations of the old Chinatown. It will educate you about the timeline and development of Singapore, from the arrival of Chinese immigrants up to the last decade. The most interesting part is how opium destroyed the dreams of many immigrants, but how Singapore managed to win the battle.