You’ve probably noticed from my previous entries that I’ve been quite lazy to type much, hence, the use of videos to assist with commentaries but this one’s descriptive!
Whilst I await for Ministry of Education to give me a reply on the situation with Nur Aini and Jonathan Wong, god bless both of them, let’s carry on with our next adventure shall we?
Oh.. apparently, my entry on them is on ChannelNews Asia’s BlogTV website.
Anyways! Enough of the night haunts already for now since I haven’t had much luck with ghosts or perhaps the shine on my head has been a deterrence for them to appear.
Back to day time and for this next one, I decided to go someplace a bit further which requires a little change of language and here’s why!
So remember, no driving into the garden, only Walk, Jog and Run allowed!
There were many interesting sights right from the onset on arrival with how one would actually experience the transformation and transition from Singapore to Japan even at the gates itself.
My caption speaks clearly about it, this is the only FREE Parking area to enter Japanese Garden. There’s another entrance at the main gate but you’d need a Cash Card cause there’s a gantry to park your car. I’m not sure how much it’s going to cost you but hey, why pay when you can park for free!
Here’s the catch though, extremely limited lots!
As how I mentioned in the video, this place evokes a sense of peace and zen. It’s a great place for anyone who needs to meditate or soul search as the greenery around you gives you a connection to mother nature and you’d feel at ease just to sit by yourself and to reflect on your own life.
I’d definitely be able to spend my whole day just sitting there finding inspiration to write a book or blog or compose songs, like seriously. I bet if you don’t have any talents, you’ll be able to find one there!
There are shelters available all around the garden if you need one to seek shade from the rain or sweltering heat, so that’s not too bad!
Enough of reading already, the photos I’m going to show you will just tell you that you have to come here if you’ve never been here before.
Now, here’s a tip when heading there.
If you’re at that same gate trying to buy a drink from the vending machine, it will cost you $1.70!!
DAMN EXPENSIVE FOR A CAN DRINK!
Either you bring along your own drink OR put in a few coins and wait, someone might pop up somewhere and offer you a can drink for $1.30 instead!
Not telling you who but you get to save $0.40!!!
If you’re wondering what A.S.S means.. that shall be the term I’ll call for Adventures on a ShoeString!