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When I think about Singapore, a few words immediately spring to mind. And, Green… a lush, thriving, vivid, every-direction-your-eyes-wander level of green. Tropical, culturally diverse and abundant with places to explore, in July we hopped on a plane to properly thaw out from an unforgiving Melbourne winter.
We checked in to The Warehouse Hotel purely for its swoon-worthy design aesthetic.
Stepping inside the hotel lobby is instantly impressive, with a triple-pitched roof and pendant bulbs, cogs and period pulleys hanging from exposed beams.
Chic, industrial and intriguing, the shipping warehouses — or godowns — housing The Warehouse Hotel have lived a few previous lives. Sitting right on the Singapore River waterfront, among the vibrant and bustling neighbourhood of Robertson Quay, the intimate room hotel has been meticulously restored, but leave subtle and telling glimpses into their fascinating and debaucherous past… if only those walls could talk.
Built induring the height of the opium trade, the warehouses sat in the heart of the Havelock Road neighbourhood — once a hotbed of secret societies, underground dens, liquor distilleries and the verifiable red light district of its time.
Stay here, for a convenient point of departure for exploring on foot, bike or taxi. A special shout out to Harish for his suberb cocktails and friendliest service. The place we loved most within this precinct is the Cloud Forest.
The Cloud Forest is also home to rare and precious vegetation, orchids aplenty, and a unique vantage point of the Marina Bay skyline from the dizzying treetop walk. Chinatown Located within the Outram district of Central Singapore, Chinatown offers a labyrinth of narrow roads just begging to be wandered, and is surely a non-negotiable spot to add to your to-see list.
The Apple store on this strip is an architectural destination in itself, with a twin curved hand-carved stone staircases, live greenery cascading through the store and all of its energy derived from renewable sources.
ArtScience Museum With iconic architecture reminiscent of a lotus flower or perhaps a bunch of bananas? Surrounded by a large lily pond, it has 21 gallery spaces, hosting both permanent and touring exhibitions. Eat Singaporean cuisine is varied, diverse and big on flavour. From Chinese to Malay, Indian to Indonesian, multi-cultural diversity is reflected in the juxtaposition and variety of local cuisine on offer.
We ate our way along the continuum from cheap and cheerful local hawker food — to fine dining, and it was all incredible. We sampled everything — from Hainanese chicken rice at an open-air joint in Chinatown, to coal-fired barbecue and expensive gin and tonics at Burnt Ends.
The hipster cafe scene is also rife, with plenty of options for a Melbourne-style breakfast with a side of table succulents. Where did you stay, wander, eat and drink?
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I have attained a new level of self awareness by making adjustments within my internal world and uplevelling areas where I was deficient. Anger is not such a great thing to hang on to and writing certainly is one way of reducing it’s negative affects: Its good they’re benign, that’s a relief.
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