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Irene
(@mizreeney)

3 Minutes Ago

Which elephant is your favourite? Mine is the first one. So cute but.... 💸💸💸! #art #mizreeney2019 #touristforaday #hometownsightseeing #singaporesightseeing #mycity #singaporemycity #visitsingapore #singapore #elephants

Giveaway ❤️ . . #repost from @singaporefoodlisting using @nextgrabit (No Ads!) .. 🎉🎉GIVEAWAY🎉🎉 . Looking to get a quick bite during lunch time or after work? @quiznos_singapore offers a non fuss option which you can dine in or take away with their selection of beef, chicken and deli sandwiches and thin crust pizzas . 🏢 Galaxis Fusionopolis Place 01-32 Singapore 138522 . 🕚Opening Hours:  Monday to Friday: 8.00am to 7.30pm Saturday, Sunday: 10.30am to 7.30pm . 💲Cost:  Sandwiches 6/9/12 inch . Follow @singaporefoodlisting on Facebook and Instagram now to be updated of the latest food trends in Singapore! 😊 . 🎊🎊We will be giving away 6" inch for Zesty Steak with Drinks and Chips to 1 winner. To win 1. Follow @quiznos_singapore and @singaporefoodlisting 2. Tag a friend in your comment 3. Send in as many entries as possible to stand a higher chance to win! Giveaway ends on 26 May Sun at 10.00pm and we will randomly select the winner and will notify them through DM . #singapore2019 #sgfood #sgcafes #sgcafe #singaporefood #sgfoodlover #visitsingapore #foodiesg #sgfoodie #sgfoodies #exploresingapore #stfoodtrending #singapore #cafesg #sgeat #exploresingaporeeats #yoursingapore #sgeats #burpplesg #sandwich #bread #cheese #beef .. #insta_grabit #nextgrabit @nextgrabit

The conservation shophouses are one of the most iconic architectural features in Singapore. We always enjoy the sense of serenity & authenticity they render whenever we walk by or even just look at them. . Kudos to all relevant authorities who preserve & care for these wonderful building 💙 . #jsblue #jsgaigai

Ewa
(@nimsan)

2 Minutes Ago

Hade jag sjukt mycket pengar skulle jag bo här. Som en gigantisk nöjespark. Gardens by the bay. Unreal. #gardensbythebay #singapore #spacelike #gosingapore #visitsingapore

Back for a second visit but can’t decide on the edit. Which one do you prefer? 🍃 or 🍂?

Geylang Red District in the morning. Kalo udah malam siap siap digoda enci enci pinggir trotoar ✌️ #sepvtrip2018 #geylang #redlightdistrict #visitsingapore

Thanks to "Crazy Rich Asian" movie, everyone will recognise the iconic building at the back.⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #marinabaysands #marinabay #crazyrichasian #kayakfishing #kayakfishin #hobiekayaks #hobiefishing #hobiekayakfishing #yakfishing #yaktribe #hobiewayoflife ⠀ #pedalkayak #miragedrive #yakangler #handsfree #kayakangler #kayakanglers #fishingkayak #hobiecat #singaporefishing #eastcoastpark #fishingsg #sgfishing #fishingkakicommunity #fishingkaki #fishingsingapore #singaporetourism #visitsingapore #singaporetour

. / 沉澱 - 回國兩個多禮拜了,除了上班、運動、補眠的規律循環,也把所有想吃的東西吃一遍,把所有想見的人見一遍。那些還沒見到的,應該是你太難約。心境上也有極大改變,出差一個月所產生的衝擊與壓力,也已經慢慢學會沉著冷靜,昨天有感覺到自己狀態調整差不多了,今天就有同事特地來告訴我,終於看到你笑了、沒那麼緊繃了。嗯我想,當下的刻骨都是艱難考驗,走過的銘心才是成長體驗,又哭又笑的才是人生啊。 . . . #singapore #singaporetrip #visitsingapore #travel #travelholic #travelblogger #instatravel #travelgram #nature #nature_good #sunrise #thisissingapore #singaporelife #instagood #like4likes #sginsta #lightroom #iphonegraphy #ig_color #igdaily #新加坡 #旅行 #新加坡景點 #海外旅行 #攝影 .

embrace every moments, whether big or small.

Fancy a sip? These cocktails were created by The London Essence Co during Asia’s 50 Best Bars 2019 in Singapore. Check out the recipes below. Chrissy – an elegant highball marrying the floral flavours of chrysanthemum and elderflower: Vermouth, orange bitters, London Essence Bitter Orange and Elderflower Tonic. Classic Hunter – a herbaceous highball with citrus notes and a slightly peppery flavour: Amaro, London Essence Tonic, black long pepper, dill. Culture – a rich and refreshing highball tipple with dark fruits finish: Gin, cold brew, mulberry, Roselle, London Essence Classic Tonic. #asias50bestbars #50bestbars #bar #bartender #cocktail #singapore #awards #awardsceremony #visitsingapore @visit_singapore @londonessenceco

『早いもので』 . こんばんは🌃 今日も1日お疲れ様でした💪 . . 現地からUPした ナイトショーの別Ver.デス🤗 . できることなら もう一度行きたい国ですね 🇸🇬 . そして泊まってみたい マリーナ・ベイ・サンズ🤔 しかし、高いのだろうな〜💰💰💰 . . #singapore #marinabaysands #laserbeam . #ig_trip #trip_our_earth #trip #picture_to_keep #gris_premium_member #lovers_amazing_group #special_spot_ . . #great_nightshotz #picture_to_keep . #nightview #superxnight_world #super_night_channel #night_gram #ptk_night #night_captures #night_mania__ #total_night #night_ilike . #ファインダー越しの私の世界 #写真撮ってる人と繋がりたい #写真好きな人と繋がりたい #ダレカニミセタイケシキ #暮らす様に旅をする #街歩き . #マリーナベイサンズ . #visitsingapore #ilovesingapore #iluvsg

Kandy
(@kandyymakk)

33 Minutes Ago

Perfect long weekend getaway at @andazsingapore ❤ Cannot get enough of their interior design, sky gardens, 360° city views, and top-notch service. Looking forward to the next time we are here again! ♡ . . . . . . 📸: @desmfchan the #instahubby . . . . . #andazsingapore #singapore #sgig #igsg #singapore🇸🇬 #singaporeinsiders #visitsingapore #discoversingapore #urbanscape #hotelsandresorts #luxuryhotels #beautifulhotels #beautifulseasia #beautifuldestinations #unlimitedcities #chasinglight #bestcitybreaks #citygram #seemycity #wandermore #mytinyatlas #postcardplaces #wheretofindme #visualcollective

So come over now and talk me down ——— @CanonUK 80D | @SigmaPhoto 10-20mm ——— Edited on @AdobeCreativeCloud @Lightroom ———

<Porta> New modern European menu launched 😘! —- Savour the classic Roast Chicken Leg 🍗, nicely done with juicy and fall-off-the-bones thigh meats. Chew on the wild mushrooms and lyonnaise potatoes huddled on a puddle of red wine sauce 😋🤩. —- Reservations can be made via @quandoo_sg 😃. 🔸🔸🔸 http://www.oo-foodielicious.com/porta-park-hotel-clarke-quay/

Alzbeta
(@_be_may_)

35 Minutes Ago

Sri Mariamman Temple - Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple. Singapore prides itself on its religious diversity. It’s actually ranked as the most religiously diverse country in the world! The diversity can be seen all over the island: a three block walk in Chinatown will pass the Masjid Jamee Mosque, the Sri Mariamman Temple and the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple! Love that about the place!!! . . . . . #singapore #singapore🇸🇬 #exploresingapore #visitsingapore #temple #hindu #hindutemple #religion #diversity #religiousdiversity #humanity #respectforall #tolerance #singaporeheritage #hinduism #temples #weekendinsingapore #exploreasia #culture #ilovesingapore #czechtraveler #exploretheworld #sg #instatravel #heritage

Emmanuel
(@emmano_s)

35 Minutes Ago

Perfect is boring. Beauty is irregular 🔗 ——————————————————————————— Can you guess the building? ➡️ - - 📸 Canon 70D | Ps #eswalknshoot #architecturephotograpy #canonarchitecture #architecture_hunter #singaporearchitecture #teamcanon #canon #canonsg #canon70d #canonphotographers #visitsingapore #sbmc #sigmalens #sigma18300 #sigmatelephoto #closeup #closeuparchitecture #details #engineering #architecture_minimal #unqiuearchitecture #kilogrammerz #splendidvisuals #splendid_xposure #texture #symmetry #symmetrykillers #symmetryhunters #irregular

Pretty alleys and corners are totally my thing 💛🧡

Mai’s Treat on a Tuesday 📷 @iamprincessmai #pizzalove#seafoodpizza#bagus#halal#foodcourt#visitsingapore

What I've been dreaming of all day 🤤 Soup-erb beef noodles from @yizunbeefnoodle - loads of succulent beef, broth filled with flavour and fresh, springy hand-pulled La mian 🍜 The dish is served with a chilli condiment which doesn't offer much flavour but the noodle does fine on its own ⭐ ---- The staff aren't very adept at English but still try to make you as comfortable as possible! They've also got a bigger, second outlet in the East- right opposite Joo Chiat Complex. •Halal, Muslim-owned •Rating-8/10 . . . . #thenoodlehead#thenoodleheadinsg#summerinsg#ramadan2019#beefnoodle#littleindia#visitsingapore#passionmadepossible#singaporefoodie#halalfoodie#halalguide#yummyinmytummy#halalfoodguide#havehalalwilltravel#instafoodie

My second time having this Soy Salmon Soba, which testifies to how refreshing it is to the palate. The tangy sauce whets my appetite even when I'm not hungry. The salmon is fresh and nicely cubed. Plus points to the plating which is such a colourful delight to tell you to eat your greens. 🥗😋 . Nearest Mrt: Farrer Park (purple North east line) Lavender (green Eastwest line) . #lavenderfood #farrerparkfood #lavendermrt #farrerparkmrt #cafesg #purplelinemrt #northeastline #greenlinemrt #eastwestline #blackfairycoffee #sgfoodie #ahgooeatssg #foodiesg #sgeats #sgfood #exploresingapore #visitsingapore

Delicious food brings smiles onto people. Thank you Mdm Kiu and family for dining in Cumi Bali not 1 but twice within a month. We are honoured to have served you. ♥️

Visit Singapore and Malaysia in a dream cruise with Atlanta World Travel. Get the best of all worlds with the culture of Singapore and Malaysia, the beauty of vast spread waters and the food and company from aapnu Gujarat. Travel #jahandilchahe #visitsingapore #visitmalaysia #singaporetour #malasiyatour #atlantaaworldtravels

Enjoy your holiday to the fullest! Plan your great escape in advance and save up to 40% when you book before 27 May at #fairmontsingapore and other participating hotels (link in bio). #accorhotels #feelwelcome

YUJI
(@joysofyz)

53 Minutes Ago

Geez... Want some baby mashmellows?! 🍑💕 This is the first time I got hold of such mini beauty blenders! By the way, who love Korea masks like I do?! @altheakorea exclusive #abloom series has the cheapest Korea masks ever! Find out more from my new post #ontheblog-- link on bio!

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【Kimukatsu】 Look at the generous size of the THICK and crispy the panko-breaded pork loin was, it was 25-layers of juiciness fried to perfection! The meat was tender and juicy with good amount of meat and fats ratio, well balanced with sweet Tonkatsu sauce layer between the Japanese milk bread. IT WAS SO SATISFYING! - if only the bread is toasted, this pork sandwich ($8) would be PERFECT! 😋 . . . #kimukatsu #katsusandwich #pork #popupstore #sgig #igsg #sgfood #instasg #singapore #visitsingapore #food #foodpics #foodporn #instafood #foodies #foodgasm #foodstagram #foodphotography #eeeeeats #foodblogger #feedfeed #onthetable #tasty #foodie #foodspotting #igfood #igfoodie #foodlover #foodstagram #keltravelsforfood #gluttonytravellerinsg

Candra
(@candraliewrn)

1969-12-31 16:00:00

•⠀ Gardens by the Bay 🌴

zach
(@twentyo3)

7 Hours Ago

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Another colorful district Thanks @singaporeguidebook udah buat itinenarar makin mudah dan dapat spot2 bagus . #visitsingapore #singaporeguidebook #tripsingapore #singapore #holidayoutfits

No time for cleaning during field trips, but hope you can appreciate the beauty of this tour. Sweat was pouring off me as mosquitoes buzzed around in the undergrowth of the forest during this shot. Lau Sua is an older part of the Greater Bukit Brown cemetery complex, and extremely overgrown. Well worth the visit for tiles going back to 1911!

Tree canopy was my filter for this shot! Very old growth at Lao Sua, one of the four cemeteries of Greater Bukit Brown complex. #japanrosegeometric

Tile hunting continues!

Original or an 'inspiration'? English or Japanese copy made some decades later? Only research can uncover this surprise. Either way...a beautiful...rose tree?!

Happy Mother's Day! As a mother of two small kids, I'm very lucky to experience the highs, and sometimes lows, of caring for little people. This project to record and detail Singapore's decorative past is also motivated by my desire to help the next generation understand and appreciate their heritage. I hope my own children will continue to care for their ancestors at Bukit Brown Cemetery one day when I'm no longer able to. Singapore has given me the gift of knowing where I come from, and my book is about giving back in my own way - as an Australian of Singaporean background, as an artist and as a mother. Sending you motherly hugs today!

Many hands make tidy tombs! Grateful to have a generous group of volunteers help me clean up some special graves ahead of a photo shoot for my book.

Toothbrush and tenacity! Aussie moss-removing technology by one of the special volunteers who joined me to tidy up some graves ahead of a professional photoshoot.

1927...what were your ancestors doing back then?

If you're meeting up with me at Meeting Point B, Hill A...get there via the entrance Road to Block 1, 3 & 4. You can now almost see the raised meeting platform from Lornie Highway if you are coming on foot. Take care on the surrounding roads...the solid temporary fences make it hard to see traffic coming around the corners. But this place is well worth the trek and Singapore's first female doctor is only a few meters away from this meeting point - reach out and touch Singapore's amazing past.

Another view of Singapore's past.

Last minute announcement and preparations! Heading out to Bukit Brown Cemetery tomorrow morning on Sat 11 May at 7.30am for a Tile Tidy-up ahead of an upcoming photoshoot. Platform at Hill 1 via block 1, 3 & 4 entrance road is where we'll gather with clippers, gloves and mozzie spray! PM for more details.

This majestic two-panel tile featuring a peacock was a popular one. Here it is framed by a border tile, which I've also discovered at my great grandfather's clan house. These stunning designs appear of the grave of a young boy, Eddie Chuan, who died during the Japanese occupation in June 1942.

This is the grave of Eddie Chuan at Bukit Brown Cemtery. Several months ago, I was taken to this special grave by history volunteers keen to support my book project. The grave of Eddie Chuan is a particularly sad, and particularly spectacular. His death at the young age of 16 came some six months into the Japanese occupation in 1942. His family must have gone to a lot of trouble to have organised such an ornate grave amid the chaos and danger of wartime. Ironically, the decorative tiles on his grave appear to be nearly all Japan made, and they covered almost the entire surface of the walls and top of the tomb arms. I understand that most Japanese tile manufacturers ceased production of tiles with the start of WW2. These tiles were likely to have been imported in the 1930s before the war and kept aside. I was giving the grave a quick cleanup before asking one of the cemetery caretakers to do a professional job. I plan to include this grave as a number of featured tombs in my book as a reminder of our decorative, but sometimes sombering, past.

Some beautiful tiles in a popular colour. This design can be seen in multiple colours but somehow the aqua seemed the top pick. Guess where this tile is from? 😉

Even the 'back' of these early HDB type flats are interesting. A separate staircase and entrance for the live-in helper, and a place to hang the washing out of sight.

Shophouses and decorative tiles...and beautiful bond. This wonderful book by Julian Davison presents the various kinds of shop houses that developed over time. References to both floor and wall tiles are included, along with a few photos of my great grandfather's clanhouse! Definitely a must-read for both visitors to Singapore and the serious student of architecture.

At Ridout Road admiring local architecture! Anyone been to this part of town lately? Beautiful hidden oasis.

When I'm not in the studio creating my own artwork, I also share the joy of creating with my students. It's a wonderful feeling to help women, in particular, get in touch with their creative side. As a former translator and interior designer, I know what it's like to work in the corporate world. Being stuck at the computer can be so draining, yet feeding our creative soul is often the last thing on your mind. That's why I love talking to my students and sharing my own creative process with them. It's such a reward to see them come away from my workshops with a sense of satisfaction and renewed energy. To teach is to learn, and especially as an introvert, I'm very grateful for all that my students have taught me. #printculturestudio

Hanging out at my great grandfather's pad! To be honest, I never thought much about my extended family when young. Growing up in Australia, overseas travel was so expensive that my father took us kids to Singapore only every few years. The language barrier (Hokkien, Mandarin and Malay!) made it hard to chat to most older members of my family, although I could communicate with my English-educated Peranakan side quite well. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that I had a great grandfather, who had come out from China in the 1880s! Not only that, but that he had built his own business as a shipping merchant on Club Street. In this photo, I'm pointing out his name on a plaque that enscribes the original donors (and their donated amount!) who built a clan temple for those worh the surname of 'Lim'. I first saw the characters of his name on his tombstone in 2012, when his grave and that of his brothers were exhumed for the extension of Lornie Highway. I didn't grow up speaking or reading Chinese, and ran away from Saturday Chinese classes when I couldn't keep up with kids of Taiwanese migrants in Sydney. But as a learner of Japanese for the past 25 years, I find it handy to be able to read the basics in Mandarin with lots of guessing. I now use my 'baby' Chinese to help me write down dates and names before asking my helpful Chinese speaking friends for details! With all these Chinese learning apps and whatnot...one day I hope to sound like a...1st grader! I hope great grandad would be proud of me...🙏

Hi, I'm Jennifer Lim. Yes that really is my surname because my father is Hokkien-Peranakan and my mother is Australian! I moved to Singapore in 2012 to learn more about my heritage. It's been an amazing journey and I've been blessed to discover a connection that goes back over 140 years enriched by Chinese, Malay, Indian and Eurasian elements. Thank you for supporting my exploration of beauty, life and love...uniting themes in our lives no matter where you come from. 🙏😍

Seems that a cute rose number I recently found at Bukit Brown is the same as in a book on Japanese tiles...from Taiwan. Confusing? 😉 Japanese tile manufacturers seemed to be exporting their wares all over Southeast Asia and beyond from around 1920s up until WW2.

Any ideas on the Western date for this tomb?

Hope you have a rosy day ahead!

Scared by this creature? He looks pretty cute in a slightly bizarre way! Anybody here born in the year of the Dragon?

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