I am not sure if it’s the love for seafood or the sea-view that lures me to Thailand from Singapore every few months, but it sure is great pigging out on all the mouth-watering Thai food with a view of the gorgeous blue sea, and the beaches are for real! 😉
Singapore travel & living
Breakfast all day!
I wish I could eat breakfast all day! 🙂 A few of my breakfast favourites… Masala Chai or freshly brewed coffee… And some light dessert 🙂 Talking about breakfast, the Singapore Zoo is the only place in the world where one can have a jungle breakfast with Orang utans! 🙂 More information on Jungle breakfast…
Weekly photo challenge: The golden hour
The most positive & reflective moments that I’ve spent with myself have been watching the beautiful hues of the sky as the sun sets or the early morning light – the golden hour. Some of the pictures from this hour of the day, when the light is most dramatic & moody, for the Weekly photo challenge:…
Dolce Vita: It’s a sweet life!
Singapore is a melting pot of cultures and cuisines from all over the world, and it’s exciting as there are new places to eat & drink almost every week! In hot and humid Singapore, there is nothing better than a chilled drink any time of the day, or even better, a cocktail made of fresh…
Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern
For the Weekly photo challenge : Pattern
Weekly Photo Challenge : Color
This week’s photo challenge is on COLOR. I love color and enjoy playing with it in my daily work, life & therapy. My interest in color brought about the name of my blog, Color odyssey – my adventures & experiences with color. I hope you enjoy this vibrant journey through MY lens 🙂 Colors of…
Food Photography : Chocolate
After shots of coffee and some fruits in my product food photography series, I decided to photograph chocolate, as it’s one of the most popular food types and flavors in the world. So for all you chocolate lovers out there 🙂 The hand-made chocolate bars ( which are heavenly) are from the famous Italian pasticceria Brunetti from…
Bukit Brown Cemetery: A piece of Singapore’s history and heritage
In the midst of clean urban architecture and the beautifully maintained gardens of Singapore, one doesn’t expect to find any place that is totally wild, unkempt and peaceful. And yet such a place exists, right at the center of Singapore! Bukit Brown cemetery, in the heart of Singapore is an abandoned Chinese cemetery where the…
A day at Sea
My first day in Singapore was spent at sea, as my friends had arranged for a yacht cruise around the Singapore waters. It was a memorable day and the idea of living at sea enchanted me. I haven’t got the opportunity to do that yet, but recently got a chance to visit K on his ship,…
Versatile Blogger Award and Living Singapore
An award however small or big just boosts up the spirits and is very encouraging. It’s a recognition that everyone desires for his or her work. Last week Yulia (http://insearchofperfect.wordpress.com) nominated my blog for the Versatile Blogger Award. It’s my first blogger award and I feel humbled and honored. Thanks for all the appreciation and…
A morning walk in Little India, Singapore
Little India is a hub for the Indian community in Singapore. It’s one of the most interesting places for day & night photography in Singapore, and is best explored on foot. The narrow lanes are full of color and action all day, and the 24-hour Mustafa shopping complex keeps the streets busy at night. It’s usually quite…
Happy New Year 2012
Wish you all a very Happy New Year and Happy holidays!
Chinese believe that the dead return to visit their living relatives during the 7th month and thus the living family would prepare a sumptuous meal for the ‘hungry ghosts’. They feel they have to satisfy the ghosts in order to get good fortune and luck in their lives. During the 7th month celebrations, the Chinese…
Ghost month celebrations
During the 7th lunar month celebrations, the Chinese offer prayers and offerings to the deceased relatives, burn joss sticks, paper money and offer food. These offerings are made by burning fake money notes, which are also known as ‘hell money’. In Singapore and Malaysia, it is a common sight to see entertaining ‘ wayang’ or…
Yin & Yang Singapore
Singapore in black and white through my lens.
Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum, Singapore
The Temple is dedicated to the Maitreya Buddha, which means ‘The Compassionate One’, and also called ‘The Future Buddha’. More info on the temple here.
Chinatown Market, Singapore
A trip to Chinatown in Singapore. More details here – http://www.chinatown.sg/
Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden
Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden at Singapore Botanical gardens is a perfect place for kids to play. Some pictures of the visitor’s center and cafe. Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden is Asia’s first children’s garden. Dedicated to all children of Singapore, it is designed to provide unique discovery and learning experiences in a garden setting.