This is another shot from Haw Park Villa.
When I posted the first photo of this place almost no one have heard about it before. .
Haw Par Villa was once known as Tiger Balm Gardens. It was built by Myanmar-born businessman Aw Boon Haw for his brother, Aw Boon Par. .
The park was named after the Tiger Balm medical ointment that the siblings’ father had created. .
Haw Par Villa is famous for its vivid depictions of the Ten Courts of Hell from Chinese folklore. .
Many Singaporeans will cheekily reminisce about being brought there as children by their parents, to learn about the exacting nature of traditional Chinese morality.
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Someone once told me to always live for the little things in life.
Live for 5 am sunrises and 5 pm sunsets where you’ll see colors in the sky don’t usually belong.
Live for road trips and bike rides with music in your ears and the wind in your hair.
Live for days when you’re surrounded by your favorite people who make you realize that the World is not a cold, harsh place.
Live for the little things because they will make you realize that this is what life is about, this is what it means to be alive.
What do you live for?
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You have two choices:
One, will lead you to happiness.
The other, to the madness! .
My advise to you is don’t step aside.
“Alice in Wonderland”.
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Travel is more than having a destination in mind,
It’s discovering a place in your heart you’ve never seen before. .
This is another part of the beautiful Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery. .
The main gate of the temple, known as Shan Men (Mountain Gate), features majestic gates over 9 m tall, known as pai lou. .
These gates are supported by stone pillars decorated with Chinese calligraphy inscriptions and joined at the top by a wooden roof.
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If you don’t know where you want to go,
then, it doesn’t matter which path you take.
Feeling like Alice in Wonderland when in Fort Canning Park in Singapore.
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The Lian Shan Shuang monastery in Singapore literally means "Twin Grove of the Lotus Mountain Temple". The name of the monastery refers to the twin groves of trees located at the Bodhgaya in India, where Buddha was believed to have attained enlightenment. .
The founding of Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery is attributed to a successful merchant from China, who made a fortune in Singapore through his herbal and private banking businesses. .
This man had a mystical dream so, after that, he decided to build this monastery.
It was one of the places I liked the most in Singapore. .
Have you heard before about this Buddhist monastery?
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Definitely Singapore is probably the most green city I’ve ever been. Not only you can find greenery on the floors but also in some buildings in the city like this one: Oasia Hotel. .
Is it not impressive?
Do you know about more buildings like this one in your country?
Have a good Saturday nextinationers!
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Travel has made me more aware of me. I learn more about myself while on the road than anywhere else.
It’s given me the “I can make it happen” attitude.
What have you learned while traveling?
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And sometimes she got lost.
Not because there wasn’t a path
but because there were so many.
And when this happened, she sat quietly,
smiling to herself, for she knew, that in the end,
the right one would seek her out.
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Vintage cars + Palm trees 🌴 = my happy place! 💛
Where is your happy place?
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This beautiful Buddhist monastery in Singapore was one of the places I’ve discovered in my recent trip to Singapore.
It is called Lian Shan Shuang Lin Monastery and it’s a national monument since 1980. One of the highlights of this monastery is this seven storey pagoda. .
Have you been in this Monastery?
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