For those interested in urban planning and architectural design, the URA exhibition is the place to go (need at least 2 hours to looking through everything). You can learn about the latest planning proposals and developments around Singapore, and how the nation's planning principles have changed over the years, taking into account the needs of people over different era. An interesting exhibit from my outing today - the future development at Kallang Basin and Holland Plain. There's more emphasis (in recent years) on creating pedestrian-cyclists friendly walkways that link up public transport nodes and green spaces better. If you have attempted the PCN for from town to town, you will see that there are still many choke points (junctions and crossings) that prevent a fully seamless journey. Hopefully, one day we can experience a walk/jog/cycle/skate day outing that brings us from Punggol to Marina Barrage easily. 📸 Sony XZ Premium
Even The Moon Sheds A Tear
So far in 2018, I’ve found it to be the most busy year I can get. Do this. Do that. Sleep on this and that. And so on. My goal so far this month is to create habits that can help me conquer the rest of the year. #earlymornings
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“Whether You Think You Can Or Think You Can’t, You’re Right.” ~ Henry Ford
You can have anything, but you can't have everything.
You are allowed in life to make choices, choose what's best for you and for the people around you.
Do S**T You Love!
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