Christmas in Singapore

Singapore is known as one of the most expensive cities to live in. And despite its “red dot” o the map , there is actually plenty of things to do –  at a high price of course. There is however one place that is worth your time and free of charge. Yes – the Singapore Botanical Garden . Worth your time because it is the a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit the Orchid Center for a wide range of orchids species 

Do you know that Singapore National Flower is a hybrid orchid named  Vanda Miss Joaquim?

Since we are on the outdoor, do not forget to pay a visit to the famed Night Safari to have an in-depth knowledge and up-close view of the many nocturnal animals. After the tram ride around the park, do not forget to watch the animal show which the kids would certainly love. And learn some general knowledge too . 

Do you know that owls can turn their head 270 degrees?

Come December every year, everybody will be talking about the Christmas Decoration along a famous shopping road , everyone from young to old will be converging at this road for a selfie, wefie or just a professional photo. This is the Christmas decoration at Orchard Road. 

Other than it being a rainy season, the year -end family holiday in Singapore was great. My family loved it especially the kids were introduced to a old family practice of wrapping your own “POPIAH” . It is a simple , yet healthy delicacies where many ingredients i.e. peanuts, shreds of egg bean sprout , flower crab meat, prawn are wrapped is a a soft, thin paper-like crepe or pancake made from wheat flour. See you again soon. 

Don’t forget to bring your Mayterlynn Purple Sweet Potato so as not to miss out on your nutrition.