Visual Diary x RWS


Visual Diary x Gastropod shell

Fuk Tak Chi Temple

One night, Laureen and I happened to walked past the Fuk Tak Chi Temple. To be honest, I do not know of this temple due that night. The museum stood out among the different buildings, which caught our attention. The museum was extremely quiet as there’re only the two of us. We took our time to look at the artifacts and models which showcase the life of the Chinese migrants back in the early days.

The Fuk Tak Chi Temple is the oldest Chinese temple in Singapore. It is built in 1824 and the building was restored in 1998. It is now converted into a museum, showcasing the early life of a Chinese migrants.

More information: 

  • Admission price: FREE
  • Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
  • Address: Far East Square, 76 Telok Ayer Street
  • Nearby MRT Station: Raffles Place

If you are interested in history and happened to be around the area, feel free to go to the museum. You would be amazed by the history. Moreover, the temple is relatively small, it would not take up too much of your time.

The photos are took with an iPhone 4s, hence the noise. E.

Singapore Social Concert 2013

That’s how I spent my Friday night. It’d been awhile since I went to a concert. Moreover, I get to see both Carly Rae Jepsen and Psy! It’s was a great stress relief and it was fun! It reminded me of my younger and crazier days. Thanks Laureen for the ticket. 

12.02.2013 – A Walk in Marina Bay Sands

It was the Chinese New Year period. So my family and I decided to go to Marina Bay Sands to have a walk. I bought my camera along, hoping to practice my photography skills, but I bought the wrong lens. However, I just made do with it, and surprisingly the photos turned out to be quite nice. I guessed sometimes, mistakes do give pleasant and positive surprises too. E.

29.03.2013 – Morning Walk

I woke up early in the morning before 6 am, by my mother, to go out for a morning walk. It had been awhile since I went for a walk that early in the morning. It felt good to perspire and to take a look at the surrounding that I lived in. I walked along the path that I did more than 10 years ago, to realise that there were a lot of changes to the surrounding. We walked to both Japanese Garden and Chinese Garden. That’s one of the places whereby you could stay close to the nature. These were some of the scenes of the animals wondering around freely without any cage and insects working hard in the morning. It indeed feels good to go out for a morning walk. I think I should do it more often.

Oh! Did I mention that all these photos were taken by my iPhone 4S? They aren’t that bad, right?

Eastern Europe – Epilogue


I wanted to do a summary of all the posts by doing up a post filled with my favorite photos. However, while editing through the photos, an idea strike me. As you can see, I edited them to black and white and included unnecessary texts, based on my own interpretations/perceptions towards them. Somehow, I managed to create an inconsistent flow. (I believed the plot is there.) After all, this is my first time trying. Lastly, I would like to announce that – I had come to an end of my East Europe posts. (Like finally!) Hope you enjoyed as much as I do.