2010, just before the station close, for good.
Min Jiang for all your taste bud needs.
The Pool. Visit Goodwood Park for more.
A special place or a great location for your wedding shoot, The Rose Marie Suite. For the full tour, visit Goodwood Park Singapore.
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State of Buildings document some really nice hostorical buildings and their website has a cool design that overlays all the information on a big map. They are a bunch of students from NUS who has keen interest in these buildings and we were happy that we could help.
A mini-site holding all the Confucius Temple Taipei panoramas.
With just six months to go, work is intensifying at the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research to restore and prepare about 2,000 animal specimens for display ahead of the big move to the new Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum, ready in mid-2014. The work on the specimens is just over halfway through.
Singapore’s only natural history museum, the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research (RMBR) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) has received its largest gift from the Lee Foundation. This gift and others enables the RMBR to embark on building a new purpose-designed building for its invaluable collection of animals and plants specimens. To be renamed the ‘Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum’, the new building will showcase Southeast Asian biodiversity and environmental issues in its exhibition hall.
Lingxing Gate with 8 columns and double eaved roof. Decorated with 108 studs protruding from the wooden door. On the 2 sides are stone coloumns carved with dragons.
Trees full of squirrels near the entrance to Confucius Temple. Signs telling visitors to not feed these tiny creatures.
Chiang Kai-shek’s car from 1972 – 1975
A remake of the panos into a one page site.