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Disney: Magic of Animation @ ArtScience Museum

After procrastinating since December 2019, we finally went to see the exhibition Disney: Magic of Animation at ArtScience Museum. The exhibition will last only until 29 March 2020 so if you haven’t visited it, you better do it soon. During this period, however, they will limit the time to 30 mins per visit to avoid too many people inside at the same time. When we were there it was empty so we could enjoy it with no rush. In the end, we spent around 1 hour inside the exhibition.

I hope you guys enjoyed the photos. Stay safe and stay home if you can. We need to stop the spread of the virus.

Thank for reading πŸ™‚


Cathedral of The Good Shepherd Singapore

The good thing about having someone visiting is that I can go to places and act like tourist πŸ˜‚ Last night, I met an old friend together with another friend. We walked around from Bugis Junction to Chijmes and lastly to Cathedral of The Good Shepherd.

I’ve never been there at night (well, technically I did but only to attend an evening mass and not strolling around). When we passed by a sculpture of the cross with amazing lighting that creates a shadow behind it, I couldn’t resist to take a photo of it.

After snapping a few photos and satisfied with the result, we continued walking to the main entrance. Unfortunately, it was closed already. But! We saw the side door was opened so we entered the main building of the cathedral. When I was about to take photos, a security guard came and asked us to leave because they closed already. It was 10.00PM when we entered. I asked for his permission to take 1 photo. Just 1 photo will do! He was kind and let me did it. Happy me~ He also told us to come again when they are open.

So if you want to visit this cathedral, make sure to check on their opening hours 😁

Cathedral of the Good Shepherd

Address : A Queen Street, Singapore 188533