Over the Deepavali holiday, we pop by at Singapore Zoo with our friends Heng family. Zoo is always one of our best playground, and having a “corporate card” helps 🙂
We thought we have seen almost everything, from “rainy days“, to “wagon-fun”
Video : Then this creature from Fragile Forest’s undergrowth came out to say Hello ! (looks like salamander)
Everyone were amused, even the ducks haha. It just goes to show our Zoo always has something waiting to surprise us. Even Mousedeer’s three generation family came out for some greens buffet, they look so adorable !
Loving Marina Bay is a month long event to celebrate Marina Bay’s events and transformation through twenty amBayssadors. We are the photographers and bloggers who have captured some fragments of Marina Bay’s memories
Now, try to imagine why we have problems picking our best experiences at Marina Bay?
Back to last Sat’s Loving Marina Bay event. It was an opportunity to catch up with old buddies, and make new friends. You can find out who else is featured at this link.
*Photo courtesy from Darren Chin.
Daddy’s favourite photo is Andrew Ng’s Funfair and.. Kelvin‘s rockstar son, Ayden !!
Slideshow of the other amBAYssadors. Each entry offers more jaw-dropping photos and perspectives. Daddy is really humbled that our blog is featured 🙂
We would be equally proud if any of the photos below are shortlisted 🙂
In 2013, we hope to get tickets to F1 and NDP parade (four years without tickets), and that should add to our to-do lists in Marina Bay 🙂
Loving Marina Bay‘s photos displays are not only about modern MarinaBaySands or GardensByTheBay. It is also tracing the history from old Clifford pier. Hey, when we mention Marina in the 80s and 90s, it was referring to Marina Square and not Marina Bay 🙂
This is one of the better videos to see how Marina Bay has transformed.
We are familiar with the Merlion, Flyer, Helix bridge, MBS and Esplanade, but Daddy thought the unassuming “The Float” was actually the platform which brought big scale events to the Bay. With NDP, New Year countdowns, RiverHongbao or F1 races, we can always spot the Yellow/Blue/Red/Green rows of seats. Build to “temporary” host events with the demise of National Stadium, The float has become a central point of events.
If the iconic buildings are the organs of Marina Bay, then the people and events will be it’s lifeblood. Marina Bay is the place to be seen, or to soak in the atmosphere.
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Andy is a proud father of four, and he calls his kids the ambassadors of Fun. He started his family blog to dispel the myth that Singapore is boring and to document his kids’ childhood. Kids’ growing milestones bring his family a great deal of pride and fond memories and he hopes to share their joy with more families via SengkangBabies. The family is honoured to be Marina Bay’s amBAYssadors as it happens to be one of their favourite playgrounds. There are so many activities for everyone from three to eighty years old!
(Video credit Darren Chin)
With the quote above, Daddy is telling more people to pop by Marina Bay with friends and families. A few events have been lined up to engage the public :
– photography workshops and competition
– heritage walks and more