The three reservoirs are popular sites for family outings and picnics as they provide a quiet respite to the hustle and bustle of city living. Surrounded by broad swamps.
theAsianparent had Nasi Goreng for breakfast this morning. What did you have? After having such a tasty dish, we simply have to spread the love to your taste-buds. We give you a simple yet satisfying Nasi Goreng Recipe to try out at home!
A Singaporean trend in the past few years, it is an economical and hassle-free short break that allows you to explore some local gems and to spend quality time with your family without the need to travel out of the country. Seasoned staycationer Angie Han shares some tips on stay-vacationing with your children and some of her favourite city spots.
It wasn’t long ago when we were just ushering in 2011 for the New Year and almost a quarter of the year is over. But it’s time for the kids to rejoice – the March holidays are here again and there’s no better way to celebrate the well-deserved break from school than to head out and enjoy the many fun-filled activities in store for one and all!
To celebrate its First Year Anniversary, City Square Mall will transform into CandyVille from 12th March to 10th April. Get into the playful mood and enjoy a fun time at the mall amidst a colourful backdrop and candy-related family entertainment events.
Herbert Ward once said, ‘Child abuse casts a shadow the length of a lifetime’. It certainly does. No amount of meds or therapy can ever erase the painful memories of child abuse. These memories are so strong that often the abused feel like they are living in a glass sphere with spikes that has no timeline.