Here in Singapore for the launch of #ViuNoSleepNoFOMO ! So happy to be part of this show and got to experience 60 hours of no sleep + jam packed adventure — things I’ll never do myself lol. Got to meet the cast yesterday and I can’t wait to watch the entire season. Dami naming challenges! It’s premiering this March 22, Friday at 8pm. 💯 #ViuOriginals#ViuEngage
3,896704 hours ago
¿ Y si en lugar de hacerlo por mí, lo haces conmigo?
15,62416717 hours ago
Queenstown Stadium | Queenstown, Singapore | c. 1970
The Queenstown Stadium is Singapore’s first neighbourhood sports complex. It was officially opened on August 15th 1970 by Lim Kim San, then Minister for Education, to provide more recreational facilities for residents in Queenstown
Standing on ten acres of land lying between Stirling and Mei Chin Road, the Sports Complex has a 400-metre 8-lane bitumen running track enclosing a football field. An elevated gallery with a seating capacity for 3,000 spectators runs along the athletic field. There are also five swimming pools, one of which is a 50-metre Olympic-size pool.
The Queenstown Stadium was a premier location for National Day parades and regional sporting competitions in the 1970s and 1980s. In 1973, the stadium played host to the Singapore Armed Forces’ first Colours Parade where 3,000 soldiers took part in a 10-kilometre route march from Jalan Besar to Queenstown Sports Complex
In 1975 and 1983, decentralised parades on National Day were held at the stadium to allow more Singaporeans to participate in the festivities. The stadium was also home to the Tanjong Pagar United League - a professional football club in Singapore that took part in Singapore's S.League from 1996 to 2004, and from 2011 to 2014. The club withdrew from the S.League after the 2004 season because of financial problems but returned to the S.League in 2011
Today, the stadium remains a well-known facility for running and fitness with a running organization sponsoring group-training sessions twice a week. Queenstown is another of the long list of public facilities operated by the SSC. It is located about a 10-minute walk from the transit station
✍: @wikipedia + mycommunity.org.sg
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25,6587418 hours ago
Bejemur dulu gaessss biar kulit nya mereh merah kaya bule yah kan 🤣
Ya allah kulit pundak ku seperti bantal yg d jok jok mobil yahhh baru sadar wkwkwkwkwwk ya udah nikmatin aja gaes 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
6,447744 hours ago
First day of Spring.
2,125122 hours ago
Flew in the morning & back at night. Was just in Singapore for a couple hours for some business meetings with @tieroneentertainment investors 🤓 This is one of my quickest trips ever. Did this for HK but the flight's shorter since its closer to Manila, so spent a little longer in the city. Next trip is next week in Taiwan for FB, also just for a day! 😆 #teleportisreal
Has Instagram changed the way you travel?
Tom & I had an amazing time exploring Singapore, but one thing that makes me a little sad looking back is how much our trip was planned around “Instagrammable” spots. I’ve never been a person to tick things off a bucket list, & yet to be honest, I found myself saving posts on IG of places I wanted to visit in Singapore primarily for the gram.
Don’t get me wrong- the spots in Singapore that are popular on IG are for good reason, but there was this weird pressure I felt to base my trip mainly on capturing those images that were so popular on here.
Yes, the rainbow building is truly gorgeous, as are the Peranakan colorful houses & waterfall in Gardens by the Bay, but the shots there are not that original. Scrolling through IG, I’ve seen countless other people take almost the exact same photos in those same locations (because honestly, there’s only so much you can do in front of a building 😅).
I love wandering off the beaten path & finding hidden gems, but in Singapore, those moments were more rare than usual as I focused primarily on making sure we hit all the IG spots with the limited time we had.
It’s discouraging to me that IG seems to push popularity over creativity as well, but I guess it makes sense if most people using IG are looking for those popular locations vs a unique perspective...
But it doesn’t have to be like this. I remember one moment dragging Tom to this boardwalk I had seen on IG with the super trees in the background & really wanting that shot. But I turned around & saw Marina Bay Sands towering over us, & ended up posting that photo instead. It was totally unexpected & unplanned, yet it was so much more satisfying than chasing after photos that have already been done before.
We’re here in Alishan this week, & I’m pretty grateful that it’s lesser known on IG (at least among my community). I didn’t do a lot of planning ahead of time to look for popular spots. It’s refreshing to visit a location again with fresh new eyes rather than through the perfect squares of Instagram.
I do find a lot of inspiration through this app...
1,757977 hours ago
What I think her expression means: “My hero!”
What it actually is:
Wah Lau. You everything also scared. Scared this scared that, must help you navigate through the haunted houses cause you covering your eyes, must give you tissue so you can wipe your intense perspiration. Come here with you for what? Then now still must take picture and smile smile. Damn tilt. 🤦🏽♂️
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