Singapore: Gardens by the Bay

No trip to Singapore would be completed without visiting the magnificent Gardens by the Bay. I've never had time to do this before, despite being so close (I visited Marina Bay Sands before), so this time I made an extra effort to go there. Gardens by the Bay is a huge park, consisting of three… Continue reading Singapore: Gardens by the Bay


Singapore: Tiong Bahru Market

After strolling through Tiong Bahru and looking at the architecture, my former colleague took me to the new market, which was reopened in 2006. The old market, which was opened in 1955, was the first modern market to be built in a housing area. Prior to the building of the Market the hawkers were all… Continue reading Singapore: Tiong Bahru Market

Hong Kong

Interview with Curly Traveller

Usually I post my 'Interview with...' post on Monday, but as you can tell, it's been a bit delayed. That's because I'm busy travelling. Because of that, I'll feature a travel blog today: Curly Traveller. Anja writes about more than just travelling, but that is how I came across her blog. I found it while… Continue reading Interview with Curly Traveller


48 hours with me in Singapore

Ok, let’s start with a little ad hoc series about travel tips. They are all from my point of view, from an art & food loving person who travels with her husband, friends and sometimes even with her parents – but without kids. Wherever I go, I try and see as much of the local… Continue reading 48 hours with me in Singapore


Singapore: Murals and coffee with the CurlyTraveller

I just love walking along the streets and exploring different areas of a city. So I went back to the Kampong Glam heritage district (I had been already in August, here's my previous blog post) and just walked along the streets to look at all those little shops and restaurants. It's a fantastic little area,… Continue reading Singapore: Murals and coffee with the CurlyTraveller