Silver Lining


Whilst we cannot eat out during this Phase, we can do almost everything else. We can shop, go to the market, visit a hair salon or the cinema. This time round, restrictions have also been applied to children because of a spate of infections affecting children who had attended tuition class. So activities for children have also been curtailed for 4 weeks.

What this means is that despite the ongoing school holidays, tourist attractions have been sparsely attended, which makes everything a little more pleasant. So this is the best time to enjoy attractions which are usually chock-a-block with crowds. One can enjoy the sights and take photographs without worrying about somebody being in the way.

This not-so-little Kei-Chan sculpture by Yayoi Kusuma was donated by a generous art collector earlier this year. Usually, she is surrounded by a picture seekers.

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