Tuesday, November 8, 2011


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Science and Faith – The Script Song Lyrics

After skipping a month from blogging due to lack of appetite posting anything, I urged myself to make a comeback on sharing personal simple little journeys that could help people hitting their search engines in Google finding about information to places. It's good to think you have contributions to the world in any of your ways that makes you feel you are part of this era. Sometimes your lack of interest to the usual things you do comes from the insecurities you felt to a number of people within your league who've gone beyond their usual especially when they are materializing several of your dreams and you couldn't have done it for the moment. It's quite negative but it's my honest feeling. That is why, they say the mind is designed on top of the heart to have the total command for every right decisions, thus, my mind reinstated the positivity in me that "time is not running out" and prioritize one goal at a time to make the latter in solid picture IN TIME. Goodluck!

Anyway, yesterday was a holiday unselfishly shared to us by our dear Muslim brothers- the Hari Raya Raji. Thank you bros and sis! We'll catch up to you on that this Christmas. hehe. With great holiday comes one great opportunity to enjoy our work-free time to any beautiful places. So, getting up from our cobwebs, we decided to go to an Eden called--Singapore Botanic Gardens or some others called Botanical Gardens.

SINGAPORE BOTANIC GARDENS - Area: 52 hectares. Main Garden Open Time: 5am to Midnight. National Orchid Garden Open Time: 8:30am to 7pm with last entrance at 6pm. Tickets: for main garden the entrance is free of charge and you just have to pay S$5 for entrance fee and only S$1 for children and seniors  to the National Orchid Garden for it has the largest display of tropical Orchids in the world. It deserves to be preserved and maintained.

How To Get There:
Take the MRT to Orchard Road and come out at the entrance on to Orchard Boulevard, cross the road to the bus stop and then catch a No. 7, 105, 106, 123 or 174 SBS bus to corner of Holland Road and Cluny Road. If it's okay for you to walk you can keep walking up Orchard Road towards Tanglin. Taxis can also take you there.

I Recommend This Place For:
- Family Recreation (picnic and playing; no barbecue parties)
- Exercise (Walking, Jogging, Running and Dog Walk)
- Photoshoot (Pre-nuptials and Practice)
- Educational Trip
- Nature's date for lovers
- Contemplating/Unwind/Meditating
- Chance to see Carnivorous (eats flesh) Plants
- Touring Elder People who have huge passion for flowers especially orchids 

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