This week theme.
The Earth is the only world known so far to harbor life.
Tulipmania is back! This year flower display is inspired from one of the Netherland’s most celebrated artists, Vincent van Gogh.
Kyoto is a ‘must go’ city if you are exploring Japan. To make my trip worth, I spend a few days at Sakura Terrace The Gallery. The location of this property is perfect for someone who prefers to stay near Kyoto Station. Located adjacent to the rail station, this business hotel has 220 rooms which is divided into 2 wings; North and South wing.
You can now enjoy the sakura season right here in Singapore for a limited period only! There are more than 20 varieties of cherry blossoms set in a Japanese-inspired landscape. The temperature of the conservatory has been adjusted slightly colder to meet the needs of the weather-sensitive cherry blossoms. The flowers of the cherry blossom normally bloom for about one or two weeks. Best if you can monitor the Gardens by the Bay’s Facebook page for updates on the state of flowering before coming down.
i Light is back for its fifth edition with the theme “Light and Nature”. Here is what you can expect at this year i Light.
This year, the festival will see three distinct event hubs complementing the light art installations. Held at The Promontory @ Marina Bay, The Float @ Marina Bay and the Bayfront Event Space, the three festival hubs will be anchored respectively on themes of sustainability, imaginative play and lifestyle.
Oasia Hotel Downtown, Singapore is the latest hotel under the Oasia Brand by Far East Hospitality. The 27-storey iconic business hotel is located in the downtown Tanjong Pagar area boasting 314 rooms with 140 Superior rooms, 84 Deluxe rooms, 88 Club rooms, and 2 Club Suites. Designed by famed WOHA Architects, the property features mix of modern and eco-friendly designs elements. Aside the architecture aspects, the exterior of the hotel is covered with lush green facade to form a tropical skyscaper in the Central Business District.