Tag: Travel in Singapore

Vale: Lee Kuan Yew

If you’re roughly my age, then like me you will probably know exactly where you were when the Twin Towers came down, when the Space Shuttle exploded, and when Princess Di died. If you’re a bit older, that list might also include where you were when Elvis passed […]

Hazy Days in Singapore

I landed back in Singapore last week, and it felt like I had landed in a post-apocalyptic war zone. The air was filled with smoke, to the point that visibility was cut to no more than a few feet by the thick, pea-soupy haze. There was a pungent, […]

Resurrection Day

My recent travelling schedule has been hectic, and I haven’t spent a whole week at home for months. This past weekend, therefore, on finding myself actually in Singapore on a Sunday, I thought I should make the most of it. So, I went to church. —- Perhaps I should explain. I […]

Son of a Blog IV – Gong Xi Fa Cai

My fourth “mini-guide” has just been published by Singapore Business Review – this time, 6 ideas for celebrating the upcoming Chinese New Year holiday in Singapore. Following the success of the first three in this series, which were published late last year by SBR, these Singapore focussed mini-guides have now been confirmed as […]