Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Henderson Waves

This is Singapore. Can you believe it? Amid the tall buildings and car-jammed roads, Singapore actually has some very beautiful places to stroll in, to relax, if you know where to go. And one of it is The Henderson Waves. The Henderson Waves is a 274 metre-long pedestrian bridge that spans Henderson Road to connect Mount Faber Park to Telok Blangah Hill Park.

Best to go early to avoid the sun. Being so high up in the air, you tan faster.

We started from Telok Blangah Hill, walked all the way to Mount Faber to the Jewel Box right at the top. If I were abit healthier, I would probably continue onto the Marang Trail, but sadly I was not. Neither were the rest of the people who walked with me if I may add. Therefore, we unanimously voted to return to base camp at Telok Blangah Hill, where food was waiting, to eat lunch.

Our lunch after the walk. Boy, it was delicious. Perhaps it was because we were hungry after all that walking, or that lunch was so skillfully and artfully done, most probably both, we finished everything. See the brown strips of meat on the top right corner? That's Japanese ba kwa made with horse meat. Very tasty dried meat. It is my first time eating it and I like it! (お弁とは ほんとに すごく おいいしです!  ありがとう ございます! また 作って いいですか?:D )

Fairy shrooms! We found these extremely delicate mushrooms that reminds me of jellyfish.


1 comment:

kim-chong said...

这么漂亮的景,这么美的食物。 跟谁去???