Morning breeze @ Punggol Point

Punggol Point is located in north-east of Singapore. The jetty area is the pickup point for people going towards the Outward Bound Training Centre. This is one of the good place in Singapore for beautiful sunrise shots due to its close proximity to the east and not really surrounded by buildings.

IMG_5794Let’s check out this new place.

IMG_5795 IMG_5798 IMG_5799 IMG_5803In the past, there were 400 Chinese civilians were massacred here as part of the Sook Ching Massacre. So scary Back then, this area was known as Kangkar which means “river mouth”in Teochew.

IMG_5805This is really a nice place to have our morning walk. Green! Green! Green! But however, it is not really easy accessible for visitors as there is only one bus service is coming here (bus 85 from Punggol interchange) unless you have your own transport. Well, the parking here is also very limited. We didn’t get the chance to park at the carpark so no choice, we have to park at OBS carpark with our own risk.

Let’s continue our green green journey!

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Let’s get ready.

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IMG_5922Before we go, little Myers would like to represent herself as a main model of this trip.

IMG_5934 So gorgeous of me.

Shelties are like flowers. They are everywhere.

Punggol Promenade Nature Walk

It had been awhile for not posting any photos here. Don’t worry! My mum did bring us out, just that she forgot to bring her DSLR to any of the outings since the last post.

Today is another muddy day. Our initial plan was to go to our favourite spot at Bishan Dog Run to meet other doggies friends but ended up we got to see grasses and river near our estate. What a BAD DAY!!

Mummy said that she wanted to try out this so called NEW PLACE as we didn’t even been here before even though it was a 5 mins drive from our home. What a SHAME of us!

This so called NEW PLACE was at Punggol Promenade Nature Walk which is located at Punggol end, along Sentul Crescent Road. It is a 2.4 km nature walk, the middle section of Punggol Promenade that lies between Punggol Point Walk and Riverside Walk.

IMG_5641IMG_5644This place has not fully developed until 31 January 2014.

From here, we can see Palau Ubin and the Straits of Johor on an elevated, ship-inspired viewing deck.

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Punggol Point Walk allows us to enjoy the greenery and biodiversity flourishing along the coast.

Let’s start our trail!

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What a beautiful night!

Home Sweet Home!

Life is better with a dog.

Night walking @ Botanical Garden

We had done our day walking at Botanical Garden. Let’s start with our night walk here too.

What a great view and environment during night! Let’s enjoy to the fullest.

During this wonderful night, we must meet those wonderful shelties to go along with. Who else was going? Uncle Romeo, Aunty JuJu, Brother Hugo, Princess Precious and a new friend Fugon.

Again.. It was a muddy night after few days of heavy pouring.

There was not many people around although there was one couple who said SHHhhhh to me when I barked. Why? Can’t I use this method to communicate with my mum or friends? Are you jealous?

Nehhh.. They just don’t understand us. Too bad.

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Mummy was trying her best to adjust her camera settings for night photo shot but she didn’t have the right equipment to do that. Too bad!!

IMG_5610 - CopyThis is our new friend, Fugon. Handsome boy.

Finally, let’s have our group photo after a 45 mins walk and 10 mins camera setting adjustment.

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Shelties are like flowers, better in bunches!

Botanical Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens (新加坡植物园) is a 74-hectare botanical garden in Singapore. It is too big for us to tour the whole area so we will cover some of the main area which is the National Orchid Garden and Ginger Garden.

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The National Orchid Garden is the main attraction within the Botanic Gardens which is located on the mid-western side of the Garden. Within the Orchid Garden, there are a number of other attractions such as Burkill Hall and the VIP Orchid Garden, Orchidarium, Tan Hoon Siang Misthouse, Lady Yuen-Peng McNeice Bromeliad House and Coolhouse.

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It is a VERY BEAUTIFUL place indeed.

IMG_5271This is Danger, the BOSS in the house.

IMG_5279 IMG_5280 IMG_5284Myers’ day trip out with her daddy.

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After the water break, we will proceed to the next area which is next to the National Orchid Garden, the Ginger Garden. It is a walking trail that may bring you up close and personal with a diverse collection of gingers. Sorry we didn’t see any GINGER as it is bad for dogs. We only walked pass it.

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Mummy said this is a nice place for us to take multiple shots.

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Wow.. Big pond! We got to see swam.

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About time! Got to go home.

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Before we leave, let’s take photo with our dearest mummy.

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ONE is not enough.

TWO are better.

THREE are excellent.

Beach Bikini Babes

Wow!!! Beach!!! Plenty of water to lick lick lick!! Can I lick the whole sea?images (Source: Google Image)

Early in the morning 10am, rain or shine, Mummy brought us to the Tanjong Beach at Sentosa, an island right off the South Coast of Singapore, to meet our MiCher and her babies.

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This is our first time here. It is a very beautiful place to hang out. We saw many other BIG dogs playing, chasing and swimming. We really love it. This is the place where you can see dogs and their pawrents around and also not very crowded. Guess why? It was a Monday morning where everybody else were still busily working in front of the BIG BLACK BOX. What can I say? We were considered LUCKY?

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After a big pour, the weather here was gorgeous and the temperature of the water was delightful. It was a great day to spend during our Mummy and Daddy’s off day.

IMG_4791A bunch of good friends.

IMG_4787Salty but nice.

IMG_4770Sorry, I just love swimming.

IMG_4781Wow!! Got special treats from MiCher.

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IMG_4799I love sands.

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IMG_4809The man on the beach, Romeo.

IMG_4810IMG_4813I cán’t control myself to start loving here.

IMG_4806The family of 4.

IMG_4811I love rolling into the sand.

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IMG_4769Daddy:”It’s time to go home now.”

IMG_4818When can we come back again?

IMG_4841GOOD NIGHT!

We just love swimming.