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  • Kunming, China: The Olive Farm

    written by deniselai on 2010-04-12 #places
    Kunming, China: The Olive Farm

    Take time off and breathe in the fresh air at the countryside!

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  • Neo Tiew Abandoned Housing Estate, Singapore

    written by deniselai on 2010-02-24 #places
    Neo Tiew Abandoned Housing Estate, Singapore

    Gone are the days Here are no housewives shopping at the wet market (which is shuttered anyway), no old men playing Chinese chess at the void decks, no children running around in the playground. The utter lack of humanity makes this place a ghost town.

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  • Sentosa

    written by deniselai on 2009-09-02 #places
    Sentosa

    Offering a variety of experiences for all ages, Sentosa is a must-visit destination for tourists and a popular recreational playground for local residents.

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  • St. Andrew's Cathedral

    written by deniselai on 2009-09-01 #places
    St. Andrew's Cathedral

    One of the main attractions of the Cathedral is a multi-coloured stained glass window. The centre panel was dedicated to the memory of Sir Stamford Raffles, the founder of Singapore in 1861.

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  • Clarke Quay

    written by deniselai on 2009-09-01 #places
    Clarke Quay

    Set amidst a backdrop of old shop houses, you can savor the many delights of Chinese, Italian, Mediterranean and local cuisine. When the sun goes down, you don't have to look far to discover some of the city's trendiest nightspots.

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