It’s 2019. Happy New Year!
Best Wishes for the New Year.
May 2019 bring new hope, great joy and fulfillment to you and your loved ones!
Attention, Ramen lovers – Ramen Revolution reprises its large-scale outdoor ramen event at Resorts World Sentosa. The event is jointly organised by WATTENTION Singapore and SOZO.
Get ready to tuck into 10 limited-edition bowls from your favourite ramen restaurants.
Each bowl of ramen goes for S$10 or more, and you can pay a little extra to top up with additional ingredients.
Participating brands will offer special dishes that are exclusive to Ramen Revolution 2018.
They will also be offering some of their ramen dishes from their regular a la carte menus.
Also, joining us all the way from Japan for the three-day event are Junk Story from Osaka and Men Dokoro Wakamusha from Saitama.
Immersive virtual reality gaming for groups of up to 8 gamers (13+ years old) per 30min session, at S$69 per pax.
There are three VR gaming scenarios of increasing difficulty, from basic orientation (Engineerium, 15min), to zombie shooting (Zombie Survival, 15min), to hardcore gun fights at simulated zero gravity VR scenarios (Singularity, 30min).
The 4,200sqft (390sqm) Zero Latency Singapore is located at #03-346/347 Suntec City Mall, between Suntec Towers 2 & 3.
With Halloween drawing near, Bugis Junction & Bugis+ are daring shoppers to face their fears with an immersive virtual reality (VR) gaming experience.
This is the first time a mall in Singapore is hosting a VR experience of this scale.
Three thrilling games are available for shoppers to test their courage: Time Zombies, Walk the Plank and Arizona Sunshine Zombie.
The Time Zombies competition uses the latest Arctic Fox wireless technology, which allows a fully immersive gaming experience without the the burden of cumbersome cables or backpack computers that hinder physical movement.
The VR gaming showcase at Bugis Junction and Bugis+ this Halloween will mark Arctic Fox’s debut in Southeast Asia, to the delight of VR gaming enthusiasts in the region.
More details from the press release below.
Golden Village Multiplex (GV) opens Paya Lebar multiplex to the public on 6 October, fully equipped with laser projection and deluxe seats.
* This story first appeared in tech4tea.com.
Located at the new Singpost Centre retail mall, the new mulitplex is located in the heart of Paya Lebar, in the east of Singapore.
The 756-seat GV Paya Lebar, will be equipped with 20,000-lumens Barco Smart Laser Projection which offers better picture quality over traditional digital projections.
The “Riding for the Disabled Association” (RDA) of Singapore is holding their annual Open House this Sunday. The fund-raising drive will have games & food stalls, pony rides for children as well as activities stations such as handicraft & horseshoe decorating and more. Details below.
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#ProjectRDAShowcase #update: our vollies will be going to various MRT stations these 3 weekends until the 18th to advertise #rdasg 's Open House! Mark your calendars and make sure to come on down on 23 July to see the horses 🐎 and meet some of the beneficiaries in person 💪// #horse #ridingforthedisabledassociationofsingapore #ridingforthedisabledassociation #youthforcauses #yfc #rdashowcase17 #openhouse
RDA is a registered charity which conducts all of its equine-assisted therapy sessions free of charge for children and adults with physical and/or cognitive disabilities.
Disabilities include cerebral palsy, Down’s Syndrome and Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
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#projectrdashowcase #meetthehorses: Meet Amorcita! A sweet mare who is the only horse to have done flaming tenpegging in Singapore during her days as a polo pony. Amorcita is a dark bay mare with a blaze on her face, standing at 15 hands high. She was born in 2001 in Argentina and has met famed RDA supporter, HRH Princess Anne! #horses #singapore #ridingforthedisabled #rda #horse #rdasg #ridingforthedisabledassociationofsingapore #ridingforthedisabledassociation #youthforcauses #yfc #rdashowcase17 #hippotherapy photo credit: Riding for the Disabled Association of Singapore
The money raised through its various fundraisers throughout the year, including this Open House Carnival, goes into the cost of maintaining RDA facilities, running the therapy program and the upkeep of their therapy horses.
If you’re a hotdog lover in Singapore, here’s a restaurant where you can hang out and enjoy some delightful hotdogs with beer.
Hotdogs Inc doles out high-quality sausages paired with freshly made buns.
Since its inception last year, mainstays such as Wagyu Beef Roll; Soft Shell Crab; and Pork Cheese Sausage have won the hearts of gourmands.
I tried out the new menu dishes at Hotdogs Inc and was delighted with the variety of hotdogs on offer.
My favourite was the Kurobuta Pork Roll which is made from the juicy, tender and high-end meat culled from Berkshire pigs, which boasts delectable marbling.
You can have it with either Asian, German or Japanese topping – I was partial to the German one.
The Kurobuta went down well with the Great White Beer by the New Zealand-based Mac’s Brewery.
The restaurant also serves up delectable side dishes such as Cheeky Spicy Wings and Premium Squid Balls.
Jiufen2016Dec: Stone pendants in the window of a shop in Jiufen, Taiwan.
Jiufen is an interesting and fascinating place that began life as a Japanese gold mining town.
It’s especially attractive at night with its lanterns lighted up.
But beware, it’s packed with tourists.
Photo taken with Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with M.Zuiko 25mm f1.8 lens.
Beitou2016Dec: A corner of tranquility with hotspring water freshly channeled to the privacy of the hotel bath in Beitou spa town.
Photo taken with Canon EOS 5DsR with Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM lens.