Time seems to fly so fast when you’re busy. That’s what we say but it’s the truth. I’ve stayed in a rural area and reading a 1897897341873 page book plus completing 3d jigsaw puzzles still couldn’t help me pass my time fast enough. In Islam, it’s been said that when time passes by so quickly, that’s a sign that the world’s going to end soon.
I then wonder, how slow was time passing back then when Adam and Eve were first sent to earth?
Then I also wonder, what life was like for animals who’s life we see as moving really slowly.
It’s really interesting to find out too and that’s exactly what I found in one of my trips!
Located right in the heart of Chinese Garden, this is one place that has been ignored in Singapore which qualify it to be a part of Singapore’s Tourism Board ‘MUST VISIT’ places because….
Still can’t see clearly??
Every visiting tourist to Singapore should visit this place simply because you can’t even find it at the Singapore Zoological Garden and the best part is that it only cost you SGD$5!
Once inside, you’ll be amazed at what Tortoise and Turtles can really look like and here’s why!
I wish I knew more to explain to you but it’s not exactly my area of interest or expertise but thank god for all of us, I have someone who’s an enthusiast and is a friend of this establishment to tell us more!
Watch this video!
I honestly can’t speak a lot about what Tortoise & Turtles other than for the fact that I reared 2 terapins when I was young which is why you must watch the next two videos to watch, learn and understand.
I promise you, this is extremely educational!
Quite an eye opener don’t you agree?
So, whilst you’re here.. don’t forget to do the following!
Essentially, that means…
Make a wish to the Wishing Tortoise and don’t forget to take a photo with the roaming tortoise!
And if you are bringing kids…
That’s it from me!
I hope you will support this cause and visit this place I’d like to call, ‘Singapore’s Hidden Tourist Destination’.