Saturday, October 18, 2014

Singapore Airlines Charity Run 2014

I collected the Race Pack for the Singapore Airlines Charity Run 2014 from Kallang Leisure Park and I like that it comes in a shoe bag which is what I needed. I can't wait to dress up for this run and hopefully, I get to go home with the lucky draw first prize - a pair of SQ Business Class tickets to one of the destinations they fly to. 14 more days to go!

Friday, October 10, 2014

Dean Potter's Moonwalk

This must be one of the coolest thing I have ever watched. Bryan Smith is in town and I got to attend his sharing session and this was one of his work. I wonder... maybe... one day... I can do this too. Maybe...

Sunday, October 05, 2014

Project Blue WaVe is launched on 4 October 2014

Project Blue WaVe is an initiative by the PA Water Venture. The main aim to raise awareness on environmental issues and encourage Singaporeans to take care of our environment.

200 participants cleaned up the Pasir Ris Park while 100 participants got on to kayaks and cleaned up Sungei Api Api.

The message is clear: Singapore is our home and we should take care of it ourselves by not littering and destroying the nature habitats of our wildlife.

There is so much we can do and hopefully, more people will join us to do a part for the environment.

*It rained so heavily that we had to rush back to shore but that didn't dampen our spirits.

Outing with the Wheelchair Bound Seniors #3

It took some time and effort to organise an outing like this. But it is always worth it especially at the end of the outing, I have seniors smiling and telling me that they had a lot of fun. Hope to see more volunteers coming forward to #GoMakeADifference with us! I am already looking forward to the next outing!

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Sunday, September 14, 2014

[Rinjani 2014] Tip 4: Bring food and hot beverage up to the summit!

The wind is strong and cold. It is a must to wear a good wind breaker, gloves and everything that you need to keep yourself warm.

It is good to bring some food and hot beverage up to the summit if possible. The summit push is not easy and it will definitely help to have some additional motivation to keep on going.

[Rinjani 2014] Tip 3: Get a pair of good trekking poles and good trekking boots!

The trekking poles and the trekking boots will come in handy especially when doing the summit push. The path up is full of ashes and gravels. Every step I took, my foot sank into the ashes and gravels. It is definitely a good time to demonstrate what resilience is all about.  

[Rinjani 2014] Tip 2: Start the ascent from the Sembalun.

To get to the top, we had to stay near the top.
There are two ways to start the trek - either from Senaru or Sembalun. I would recommend to do the trek from Sembalun as the ascent is gradual and the scenery is nice. Starting the trek from Senaru, on the other hand, can be quite boring as there is a long walk in the forest which can be pretty boring.

Within 6 hours, we reached the Sembalun Crater Rim and the tents were set up already by the time we reached. So all we needed to do was to rest and chill.

We woke up at 2 am the next morning to trek up the summit. The summit push is definitely challenging even for a seasoned trekker.

[Rinjani 2014] Tip 1: Engage John's Adventure

I just got back from Lombok and had a great time trekking up Mt Rinjani and chilling at the Gili Islands!

If you are planning to do the trek, you might want to consider doing it other than January to March as the Mt Rinjani National Park is closed due to the rainy season.

Do consider engaging the service of John's Adventure as I think they are really good and professional.

Visit their website at:

Read about the reviews on Tripadvisor:

So my group of 4 paid for the 3 Day 2 Night, Deluxe Plus Package for USD$235 + tips each. A guide and 4 porters accompanied us throughout the whole trekking. And we were taken care of very well.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Outing with the Wheelchair bound Seniors!

I have been doing this for a while. It is really meaningful to see that the seniors enjoying themselves. Being wheelchair bound, many seniors in Tampines don't get to travel beyond the neighbourhood. 

For the outing this time, we will be heading to the Resorts World Sentosa via the Sentosa Boardwalk. Then we will stop at the Sentosa Merlion for a tea break and some games.

Click here to get more information and/or to RSVP!

It may not mean anything to us but it means a lot to them.

SAFRA Swim for HOPE!

For every lap we swim, SAFRA will be donating $1 to the beneficiaries they adopted. 

The more we swim, the more $$$ SAFRA will be donating. YEAH!!!!

It is happening on 12 October at the five SAFRA Clubhouses - Tampines, Yishun, Jurong Point, Toa Payoh and Mount Faber.

*Join me at SAFRA Tampines!!! 

The first ever Clementi Vertical Challenge is here!

Things are getting more and more exciting here on this island. Other than zombie runs, colour runs and blah blah blah runs... We now also have a vertical challenge in the heartlands, ie Clementi!

Registration fee is $21 

Date: 21 September 2014
Race Time: From 0900 to 1400
Registration: Starts from 0800
No. of Levels: 40 Levels High
Reporting Location: 
Clementi Town Centre
(Open Space between Blk 442 and Blk 449)

For more details:

To sign up: