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In a quiet part of woodlands lies Fu Shan Garden, home to several dinosaur sculptures, some of which come with slides and tunnels which can be used as play areas for children.  Some dinosaurs you may spot here include the T-Rex, Dimetrodon, Parasaurolophus, Pterodactyl and Sauropods. Information boards next to the …
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Where can you find a 3 metre tall Tyrannosaurus mum with her baby and eggs in the heartlands? At Blk 27 Kim Keat Ave of course!  This was a project undertaken in 2000 by Hong Hai Environmental Art Private Limited, whose works include the Alice in Wonderland themed playground in Woodlands, and the seahorse …
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If you were born in the 70’s or 80’s you would probably remember Singa the Courtesy Lion, the mascot used for various public education campaigns in Singapore. In 2009, Singa the Lion was adopted as the official mascot of the Singapore Kindness Movement.  If you’re feeling nostalgic, you’re in luck! …
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Mangrove forests once covered large areas of the coast of Singapore, particularly in the Northern and Western parts of the island. Today, not much is left of the original mangroves, but some of it has been preserved here at Pasir Ris. The boardwalk weaves through the mangrove, bringing you closer …
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The Learning Forest is the newest addition to the Singapore Botanic Gardens and features a network of boardwalks and elevated walkways that allow visitors to explore habitats ranging from a freshwater forest wetland to a lowland rainforest. It is located in the Tyersall-Gallop Core, and has been integrated with the …
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Themed “Dreams & Stories”, the first edition of Gallery Children’s Biennale invites the inner child in each of us to embark on a creative journey. Explore the world through the eyes of nine artists and uncover the stories behind ten installations spread across the Gallery. Spanning four months, there is …
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If you haven’t already visited the Singapore Art Museum to check out their seventh edition of the family-focused exhibition, Imaginarium: To the Ends of the Earth, there’s still time to do so.  ↑ Floating Mountain by Unchalee Anantawat Through the eyes of nine contemporary artists, this year’s Imaginarium takes a closer …
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If you’re ever around Jalan Leban off Upper Thomson road, keep your eyes peeled for this old-school Taxi Services Stand. It’s half a century old and is one of the very few left in Singapore. I remember there used to be one that looked almost identical to this in Serangoon …
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Did you know the Bukit Timah Nature Reserve hides a set of ruins long forgotten by most? Don’t just walk past – here lies the little-known remnants of its kampung past, hidden by time and nature.  We came here with our friends from the Temasek Rural Exploring Enthusiasts and Saniroz, …
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If you take a walk along the grass corridor off Binjai Park behind the landed houses at Siang Tuan Avenue, you might come across this lone grave dated 1890 belonging to a late Mdm Gan who was married to Mr. Tan Quee Lan (陈桂兰). You may wonder why there is …
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