Bigger and better, Tulipmania is back by popular demand at the Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay till 4 May 2014. Be prepared to be wowed by 50,000 tulip bulbs of many varieties and myriad of colours directly from the Netherlands. Tulips are delicate plants that usually last for about a week after flowering, but their lifespan can stretch to about 10 to 12 days with the climate-controlled conditions at the Flower Dome.
Flown in directly from Netherlands, the tulip bulbs will spruce up the Flower Field housed within the Flower Dome.
I am a sucker for LEGO. The story behind “LEGO”, from the Danish phrase leg godt, which means “play well”, appeals to both kids and adults. I bet you’re never too old for it. LEGO Architecture series consist of the world’s famous architectural building in micro-scale. Join me building the Eiffel Tower LEGO from scratch!
Did you know that the word photography is derived from the Greek words photos (“light”) and graphein (“to draw”). The word was first used by the scientist Sir John F.W. Herschel in 1839. It is a method of recording images by the action of light, or related radiation, on a sensitive material. For photography enthusiasts and camera collectors, you would definitely love this! The Camera Museum is the 1st in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. Located right in the heart of its heritage area in a refurbished 2-storey pre-war shophouse on Lebuh Muntri, you will be welcomed by a gigantic replica of the 19th century studio camera.
You couldn’t possibly visit Paris without visiting Eiffel Tower which has become the symbol of the City of Light that dominates the skyline. I could stand for hours admiring the sophisticated architecture of the Iron Lady. Gustave Eiffel monument proposal was chosen for the Universal Exhibition of 1889, a date that marked the centenary of the French Revolution. This was the tallest man-made structure on earth to reach and exceed 1,000 feet in height until the Chrysler Building was completed in New York in 1930.
When contemplating Paris, the images that spring to mind are of vibrant street life. In Paris, life is lived on the streets; it is at the cafés, in the galleries and bars. Paris encompasses a vast number of public gathering points; the very city is built as a public space, constructed for the meeting of people, encouraging interaction.