The Treasure at Tampines in Singapore has so many added facilities that it makes it a obvious choice to go. However, with so many things to do to help you have fun and relax, with the many gardens, chill spots, and fitness locations on the property it might be hard to focus on just one aspect of the condos. Today, we will be focusing on the relaxing and fun pools and spas.
The Treasure at Tampines have twenty-five different water focused activities from lounging pool side to water slides for the whole family. With so many things to do, everyone in the family will have something to love about the pool areas! One of the most popular areas is the family pool area. Here, you and your family can play in the water in a kid friendly area or lounge poolside and relax while your family has fun. It’s a great area for parents and kids alike. Continue reading Pool, Spas, Fountains, and Fun!
I searched online for an aesthetic clinic in Singapore after I hit the age of fifty and noticed something dramatic happening to my face. I wouldn’t think fifty is old, but apparently my body thought otherwise. Have you ever seen older women who have that hollowed out look? What I mean is that their face seems thin somehow, like someone scooped something out of them and their face contracted? I remember such a thing happening to my grandmother when she got older. Her face just looked a lot thinner and less appealing than it did when she was younger.
Apparently this process isn’t all that rare. It’s a part of aging that most of us go through. Continue reading Face Fillers Really Do Give You That Youthful Look
Having moved to Singapore in 2011, I had dreams of all the things that I would want to accomplish. Like, finish college and get a home. I had always wanted to play cello, but never thought to do that in Singapore. It was one of those things like “I’d like to play piano” or “I wish I knew how to play the guitar.” It’s a thought, never a reality. Until my friend and I talked about it and ended up looking for good cello class lessons in Singapore. The rest is history.
Judging my friend and I, you’d think that we have it all together. We had a nice apartment we shared, she were almost graduating college and we had lived in Singapore for 4 years. It wasn’t until one late night we were talking about things we’d love to do and playing the cello came up. Oddly, my friend had had the same thought. We both had no idea the other one wanted to play the cello! When we discussed this in detail, we decided to search out a cello player who could teach us how to play.
Assuming that the search would be a stand still after a few hours, we were shocked to find out a local in the area was giving lessons for really cheap. Continue reading Never Played the Cello, but Learned!