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Time to dig out old photos from last year and blog about them. So much backlog. But I just have to mention the Indian Heritage Centre which we explored just before Deepavali last year. Best part is it was free … Continue reading
Visited Singapore’s Deepavali Bazaar (2015): Glad the Haze or should I say Smog has Cleared for Deepavali
Was thinking that I was going to miss the Deepavali bazaar due to the thick haze enveloping Singapore. Thankful for the change with the monsoon and the winds is in a more favourable direction. Less of the smog from the … Continue reading
You can feel the presence of our first PM, Mr Lee Kuan Yew ( I see him more as Singapore’s founder and leader than Sir Stamford Raffles) everywhere. I saw these flyers when we were at Little India. You can … Continue reading
My mum wanted to drive through Little India to see the Deepavali Lights at night. We got into a jam but it was worth it. Love our street light ups and I can’t wait to see the Christmas night lights … Continue reading
Now is a great time to visit Little India with the added excitement from Deepavali, the festival of lights. Wrote about my visit at White as Milk.
Ready made plastic kolams. I prefer traditional ones made with lots of effort – chalk drawings filled in with coloured rice. Again I prefer home-made goodies to these mass-produced ones. Lots of interesting decorative items. It’s rather fun to walk … Continue reading