Mustafa Centre

Though located in the Little-India area, the nearest MRT is Farrer Park MRT. To go correctly to this place is a bit tricky. When I first came in, I went to the “wrong” Mustafa, which I thought was the correct one, as it was a shopping center as well and use the same name. The… Continue reading Mustafa Centre

Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

This is the 1st “highest peak in a country” I’ve ever visit. With the height of 163.63 m, it’s not pretty high tough. But it’s still worth it, considering you love nature. But if you don’t, don’t bother to come here. All you see is greeneries: trees, trees, and trees. There are several manmade tracks… Continue reading Bukit Timah Nature Reserve

Johor Bahru

In contrary to popular belief, going to Johor Bahru from Singapore is inexpensive and hassle-free for Indonesians (and other ASEAN countries nationality). To go there, you can take a bus from either Jurong East, Kranji, or Woodlands MRT. I usually take SBS170 from Kranji. The price is around $1 per ride. Expect some congestion in… Continue reading Johor Bahru

SCC Rugby Sevens 2008

I was informed about the event few days before. It is in fact an annual event, inviting teams from many countries (mostly eastern side of the world) to play the Sevens-style of rugby. The game itself is very short. One game consists of 2 x 7 minutes (10 minutes for the final). Therefore the whole… Continue reading SCC Rugby Sevens 2008

Queenstown Swimming Complex

Being the nearest swimming pool to my place, this becomes the most-frequenlty-I-visited (don’t know the good grammar). The pool is best for excercise, but not for water-fun. With one olympic-size pool and one more kids pool that most of the time closed. The entry fee is $1 on weekdays, and $1.30 on weekends. The pool… Continue reading Queenstown Swimming Complex