Inaugural MTB Carnival … More Singapore Mountain Bike Carnival 2015 – the Nationals
There are many kinds of front derailleur. There are tons of very good stuff materials out there in the internet. For a start, I wanted to show two kinds of common used front derailleur in a Moutain Bike (MTB) setup.
There is no better way to celebrate the end of 2012 with a family gathering in Melaka.
We wrapped up our tour with a must visit to Disneyland and NgongPing 360.
A friend of us, June has gladly helped to draft most of the itinerary for Hong Kong. As she is the local there she showed us the backdoor and the tips and pitfall to avoid. To escape from the Hong Kong’s hustle and bustle, we started our journey to Cheung Chau, an island about 45mins … More Hong Kong (Day 4 – Cheung Chau)
One of the most memorable visit we had in Hong Kong was in Ocean Park. Beautiful rides and breathtaking views. Definitely worth a visit. Ticketing Info Adult – HKD$280 Child (3-11yrs) – HKD$(140) https://ticketing.oceanpark.com.hk/oceanpark/b2c/index.cfm/calendar
The highlight today is a visit to “Ocean Park”. The kids will love it. So do the adults. The weather was mild this morning. We can see some sun more still misty in the mornings. At least the rain has stopped. We decided to take this good opportunity to make our way to “Ocean Park”. … More Hong Kong (Day 3 – Part I)
Lunch We always hear of the authentic wanton noodles in Hong Kong there is originated. The Wanton noodles here serve with wanton as the name implies. What it differs with the one we used to have in Singapore and Malaysia is that they do not provide “char siew”. Do take note. I took the same … More Hong Kong (Day 2 – Part II)