Honouring the <a href="https://potgardening.wordpress.com/2016/03/15/honoring-women-who-built-singapore/“>past.
Today there was a feature of Ms Belinda Low, 60 a self taught artist who painted the above wall mural. I had blogged about it in the past.
More wall murals in Singapore.
Georgetown Penang, UNESCO site wall murals by Armenian Street
Check out above link on Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic who painted the mural above. I’m surprised he’s such a young guy which accounts for the witty nature of the paintings. But then, by now he must be famous. Let’s go for talent, and not famous names.
It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are, while in a motor car only a high hill impresses you, and you have no such accurate remembrance of country you have driven through as you gain by riding a bicycle. –Ernest Hemingway
Vibrant Cafe culture influenced by cycling or vice versa
Plant by plant
Avoid lunch time. Don’t say I didn’t warn you
Map of Singapore
Check these out at the Ocean Financial Centre, Raffles Place.
Hop on to the mrt train NS or EW lines and get off at the Raffles Place station.
Grab a croissant at Paul’s or any of the delicious snacks in the city or the underground shopping mall.
For more information on the government’s efforts in promoting Skyrise greenery
Definitely check out ParkRoyal on Pickering in the link above. The Hotel is also around the corner in Raffles place. My handphone camera doesn’t do it justice.
Map of the World
Check out my earlier entry in 2011 about Patrick Blanc’s indoor vertical wall at the Standard Chartered Bank, Raffles Place
Most successful vertical green: passiflora