I managed to find a little time for this post after a long absence. Apparently, I totally missed out on the news that a new wetlands and accompanying sections were added to the Singapore Botanic Gardens, accompanied by convenient interconnected walkways which give visitors a close look of the new nature attractions. Continue reading “2017 Week 39: Singapore Botanic Gardens”
The Singapore Flyer an interesting architectural project, but not just because it is tall and large. Rather, it is interesting for the miniature tropical garden complete with a little pond planted beneath it, so that it feels like a giant man-made wonder in the middle of a green forest. A good concept! Although the garden would need to be much, much larger to deliver an impact to the visitors. A good idea to pursue for people in the future with the budget and land space to spare – a giant ferris wheel in an actual jungle or forest!
Singapore Flyer Architecture 1
Singapore Flyer Architecture 2
Osanri Choi Ja-sil Memorial Fasting Prayer Mountain, Seoul, South Korea: Osanri Choi Ja-sil Memorial Fasting Prayer Mountain is about one hour north of Seoul. It was established in 1973 to provide a secluded place of prayer and fasting. We also saw elderly Christians in prayer walk about the place. This particular stretch is named “Victory Road”. I have even seen a man on a walking stick on a prayer walk at night! Respect