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Sunday, January 21, 2018
Travelure Travels in 2017 - An 8-Country Photo Roundup - Finland
This post is likely to be useful for my magazine editorial friends as it arms them with a possibility of myriad stories I could share. 8 countries, many cities and countless tales. - Travelure Travels in 2017 - An 8-Country Photo Roundup
Lotus Temple in Instagram Roundup - Classic Delhi
Historically, it is not one, but 7 cities from different eras. As I call it my hometown now, I have covered the various attractions over the years. These images were shot while doing slow-travel (!) through my hometown. - Instagram Roundup - Classic Delhi - Travelure ©
Singapore Botanic Gardens - A Forest in the City with some vicious plants
This garden isn’t for VIPs. In fact, it is the centrepiece of Singapore's famed orchid diplomacy. The flora here is named after visiting dignitaries of the world. Alongside Margaret Thatcher, Lady Diana and Emperor Akihito, orchids named after Ricky Martin, Jackie Chan and our very own Shah Rukh Khan cohabit here.
One Kind House - A Zig and a Zag - Rea on to know why
Want to experience Singapore's traditional culture by dining with a Singaporean family? Do grab the opportunity, as it would also give a boost to a local's determined attempt to provide its youth with a glimpse of the city-state’s rapidly vanishing lifestyle.
Pulau Ubin Way helps protect the environment for posterity - Back to the Roots - Last Kampung of Singapore
Somewhere along this journey, the authorities became mindful of its impact. The urbanisation and resultant cosmopolitanism were gobbling up the local culture. This otherwise green equatorial island was increasingly greying. And the local flora and fauna were going extinct. This brought about their decision to retain and nurture the Pulau Ubin Island as a cultural oasis for the city-state. Little wonder it is considered the last kampung (village) of Singapore.
Singapore Super Structures to Look up to
These vertical gardens provide habitat to 162,900 plants, turning this little area into a carbon sink absorbing large quantities of Carbon Dioxide. Supertree Grove - Singapore Super Structures to Look up to

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