The Marvel Cinematic Universe is an American media franchise based on the marvel comics , these films are based on super hero characters from the comics which were written by Stan Lee. These comics were initially started and published in a pulp magazine back in 1939 , this was the time when comic books were…

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By Anvi Gupta Tiong Bahru is one of Singapore’s oldest residential estates, with numerous cafes, art galleries, and other intriguing attractions for visitors. Tiong Bahru has some noteworthy architecture inspired by the Streamline Moderne style of the 1930s, which features clean lines, curving shapes, and motifs inspired by vehicles, planes, and ships. The air raid…

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By Anvi Gupta Animals? good! Nights with a lot of wind? good! Enjoying the windy nights while watching animals? GOOOOD!! Take it from someone who has seen Singapore’s night safari: it is truly magical!  Just 23 minutes away from Tiong Bahru, awaits a magical safari. The Night Safari is one of Singapore’s most famous tourist…

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The Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) is one of Singapore’s four museums, with the Peranakan Museum at Old Tao Nan School, the National Museum of Singapore, and the Singapore Art Museum rounding out the list. It is one of the region’s first museums to focus on pan-Asian civilizations and civilisations. The museum specialises in the material…

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The Bukit Timah Hill Visitor Centre is a good place to start your exploration of the area. You may learn about the park’s many flora and animals by visiting this location. Interactive touchscreens, instructive forest ecology and tree-spotting displays, as well as the centerpiece—two beautiful Sumatran tiger replicas—are all included in the visitor center’s exhibition…

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Seven decades after Japanese bombs first dropped on Singapore during World War II, the city-residents state’s are still uncovering aspects of their wartime past that have been veiled for years by their modern urban surroundings. During those years, the phrase “air raid shelter” was loosely applied. One might be an open trench or a place…

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By Anvi Gupta We can all agree that the end of the year is the most enchanting time of the year, with streets brimming with joy, smiles on people’s cheeks, and, to top it all, the decorations! Streets, stores, and homes that are already lovely are embellished in such a way that they become even…

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Although Tiong Bahru is well-known as one of Singapore’s most historic neighbourhoods, the term that comes to mind most often is the less favourable one: old. However, there is plenty to be written about its breath-taking natural and man-made physical splendour. Tiong Bahru is a one-of-a-kind estate with a mix of historic structures and high-rise…

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While Tiong Bahru happened to be designed with ample that belongs to green space between its blocks, no plans that is going to belong to an existing planted leisure area happened to be initially proposed. That is going to belong to an existing period inside of the 1960s, the area surrounding the community centre on…

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Tiong Bahru is one of Singapore’s oldest neighbourhoods, however, it has recently undergone revitalization. At Bahru there are many restaurants, cafes and other eateries where tourists and other visitors can indulge to cure their hunger and cravings. There are several food places in Tiong Bahru. Traditional Chinese dishes like prawn noodles and buns, as well…

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