Sep 28, 2015
Sep 12, 2015
Little Guilin 小桂林 got its name for a reason - for its scenic resemblance of Guilin in China.
Who knows, lying within a modern society in a country like Singapore, hiding behind a stadium in Bukit Gombak, is this picturesque park with a granite rock sitting within a lake.
Despite the slight haze, my housemates Emilia, Alison and Wei Jian were with me, exploring the quintessence of Singapore's nature reserve.
Having witnessed and embraced the lovely landscape, I really felt like 吟詩作對, lol...
Brace yourself, I'm gonna come out with Chinese poetry which most likely have no link with the pictures themselves... XD
碧海潮生按玉簫A quote by 黄蓉, which barely has any link with the picture...
疑是銀河落九天No waterfall also...
日久見人心Oops it's a puppy...
輕舟已過萬重山I guess this pair has the closest link, except there's no boat or ape, only flying creature's screech. But I really like this view a lot. In fact, the haze created a very Chinese smoggy scene.
Two little girls taking a break
In this picture, we literally stood facing the HDB clusters behind the camera - the irony...
For more photos, please check out my photo album Little Guilin on Facebook.