Modern Singapore’s FengSHUI – Discover The Ancient Art And Science of Geomancy


I’ve done many stories on Singapore over the years and it’s been a lovely experience looking at Singapore through a different lens after living abroad for over 20 years and rediscovering a place I used to call home.

Fengshui, traditions and superstitions are close to my heart because my parents embraces all these practices and I was privy to them growing up.

Singapore sidecars tours

I took a sidecar feng shui tour with Singapore Sidecars last year when I stayed at the Capella Singapore. I was very lucky to have been able to tag along with my husband’s work trip and go about with investigating interesting stories.

I filed this story for the SCMP.

While things around the world and the virus epidemic has yet to be resolved, Hong Kong is slowly inching back to life with the new normal – whatever that looks like. Hopefully, obsessively good hygiene remains with people being more mindful about coughing into their elbows and sneezing into a handkerchief or tissue paper. And I suppose masks are going to be part of our daily lives for the unknown future.

Anyhow, I digress, I learnt so much about Singapore’s feng shui and a little about the legendary Lee Kuan Yew’s vision for Singapore through his urban planning.

I highly recommend doing the tour with Singapore Sidecars, it’s good fun and you get to learn lots of interesting nuggets about Singapore even if you grew up there.


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