Finally, Labour Day weekend! Time flew by too fast! In a blink of an eye, we're entering the second quarter of the year.
The airport will be packed and too crowded with travelers making use of this long holiday. But, you don't have to miss out on the fun.
If you are staying in Singapore for the weekend, we've got the perfect itinerary for you to get away from the city...
Working in the city area, it seems like we are constantly deprived of nature. We rarely have time for ourselves to unwind and relax.
Drive down to the revamped Chinese and Japanese Garden in Jurong. The park, opened in 1973, is about the size of 26 football fields in total. You can run around one of the largest patches of greens in Singapore.
Be transported and visit the Chinese garden inspired by the Beijing Summer Palace or the Japanese garden designed by the renowned Kinsaku Nakane.
Extra points for packing your own picnic baskets at the park!
There's nothing better than sitting by the marina watching families and their furry babies taking a stroll in the morning.
Grab a cup of coffee and have a late brunch while people watching. You deserve a good break during the weekend.
Bring your kids and they can bounce around as you sit back and relax during this Weekend Bonanza period; ends 30th April 2017.
Singapore is packed with flavor and it would be an efficient use of the long weekend holiday to visit the best of the best in our local cuisine.
Last week, we encouraged you to drive out for these delights. We seem to be receiving lots of love for these food guide. So check it out if you haven't!
Strip away the fancy high rises with its shining glass and colorful neon signs and that's the Singapore of the past.
Walk down memory lane by visiting Buangkok Kampong this weekend with your parents or kids.
The kampung is located near Gerald Drive off Yio Chu Kang Road. You can find it on the map here.
If you need a car to have the most convenient and personal experience with your family, give us a call!
Coney Island was the island of the rich. Now, there are different types of green scattered through out the island.
The island, managed by NParks, were left untouched to preserve its rustic and natural charm.
Accessible from the coast of Punggol via bike or walking. You can park at Punggol Settlement and rent a bike from there to escape the city.
Have a wonderful holiday drive!