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Farewell to the Iconic Colours of Rochor Centre

Rochor Centre, one of Singapore's iconic landmarks, built by HDB in 1977. It will be demolished at end of 2016 to make way for the 21km long NS Expressway.

Vung Bau Beach

  Vung Bau Beach, also being known as Bai Vung Bau, is located on the north west coast of Phu Quoc facing the Gulf of Thailand. Vung Bau Beach is just south of Dai Beach. Some of the locals call this beach the half-moon beach as it resembles the shape of a crescent. Vung Bau...Read More

Wat Si Chum

Wat Si Chum, known as the “temple of the Bodhi tree”, is the largest mandapa in Sukhothai. The Buddha's face can be seen through the mondop's slit opening.

Wat Sa Si

  Wat Sa Si known for situating on small islands, its round bell-shaped chedi and walking Buddha statue   Wat Sa Si situated in the middle of the large reservoir known as Traphang Trakuan which lies a few hundred meters Northwest of Wat Mahathat.This beautiful ancient temple consist the main round bell-shaped chedi, assembly hall (vihan) and...Read More

Sao Beach

  Sao Beach, also being known as Bai Sao, is located on the south eastern part of Phu Quoc in An Thoi Town. Some locals named Sao Beach as the Star Beach too. Sao beach is arguably to be the best beach in Vietnam due to its 7km long stretch of white sand, distinct turquoise...Read More

Dai Beach

  Dai Beach, also being known as Bai Dai, is located on the north west coast of Phu Quoc facing the Gulf of Thailand. Do not get confused with the Bai Dai located at Nha Trang, south east coast of Vietnam. This Bai Dai is a previously deserted pristine beach that runs more than 2...Read More

Navy@Vivo 2016 – RSS TENACIOUS

Navy@Vivo is back again! This time, it is the Navy’s formidable-class frigate, RSS TENACIOUS, docking at VivoCity Promenade for visit from 23 to 26 June 16.

Wat Traphang Ngoen

Wat Traphang Ngoen contains a vihan (assembly hall) and a Sukhothai style main chedi with a lotus bud-shaped anda that sits in the east-west alignment.

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