Trishaws today have become part of Singapore’s cultural heritage. As trishaws are no longer a common means of travel for locals, the passengers that trishaw riders now ferry are predominantly tourists who employ their services as a means of experiencing the Singapore of yesteryear. As such, most trishaws are now found operating in tourist areas such as Chinatown and Bugis. Currently, it is mandatory for all trishaw riders to operate with a licence.
Shirin-Yoku (Forest bathing) in South Wales. Forest baths are gentle walks that support well-being through sensory immersion
in forests and other naturally healing environments. The practice originated in Japan where it is a national pass-time and has proven emotional, mental and biophysical benefits.