Hidden places in Singapore

Even after more than a year, I still discover small pearls in the city that I had not noticed before. Like the pictures in China Town, or the amazing and stunning houses, Little India, and last but not least the Arab Quarter,

Sometimes they are not really hidden places at all, but rather the everyday little things, which we often don’t notice anymore in the “everyday race”.

In this blog post I would like to show you a few of them.

Gardens by the Bay – here you can find a lot of Tourist attractions but also lot silent and amazing places (Bay East Garden, Sun Pavilion, Serene Garden, Heritage Garden, The Canyon, World of Plants, Dragonfly & Kingfisher Lakes). If you want to know more about Gardens by the Bay check out this blog post.

Mount Faber – one of the oldest park in Singapore. “Mount Faber is covered by a secondary rain forest. The vegetation on the slope helps to stabilize the terrain besides beautifying the park. The park is part of the Southern Ridges, which also comprises Telok Blangah Hill Park, HortPark, Kent Ridge Park and Labrador Nature Reserve.” 

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