Sunday, March 31, 2013

6 Best Public Parks in Singapore - ZeeloTips

Public parks are great places to relax, hang out and breathe in the fresh air. The thing is, there are so many parks around Singapore and some of them are great while some of them are not really that interesting. If you want to head to a Singapore public park and want to know which ones are worth checking out, this article will help you by counting down the 6 best public parks in Singapore. Some of the public parks featured in this article include things like shelters, play areas, the various types of plants and trees, beautiful views surrounding the park along with other unique features. Scroll down or click Read More to see the full list.

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Gardens By The Bay - Frenzeelo TV Ep. 4

If you are a big fan of plants, trees and flowers, then you are going to love this episode of Frenzeelo TV. The latest and fourth episode of Frenzeelo TV will be about Singapore's second botanical gardens near to the iconic Marina Bay Sands known as Gardens By The Bay. Recently opened in late June 2012, Gardens By The Bay has become one of the hottest attractions in Singapore. Gardens By The Bay features all sorts of attractions like the Conservatories, SuperTrees, OCBC Skyway, Garden Cruiser along with food establishments like Peach Garden, Texas Chicken and Satay By The Bay. Not only that, you can also find a wide range of plants and trees here. You can also learn more about the plants over here with the help of useful signages scattered all around the garden. It's a great place for nature enthusiasts and a great place for families. Plus, it's totally free with the exception of certain areas within the Gardens. So click play now and plan your trip to Gardens By The Bay with the help of Frenzeelo TV.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Taman Jurong and Boon Lay Shopping Centres

Shopping malls in Singapore are getting bigger and bigger. In the city, you have ION Orchard, Plaza Singapura and Suntec City. In the neighbourhoods, you have NEX, Vivocity and Jurong Point. These malls are fine but a lot of residents don't really have access to these big malls. It's mainly because there are no bus services going to these places passing by their houses or that the nearest MRT Station is located quite far away. How do these people go shopping? Through non-aircon shopping malls built by the HDB. Every HDB estate in Singapore has at least one non-aircon shopping mall. If they don't, it's probably a town centre or a neighbourhood centre. In today's article, I'll be talking about my visit to two HDB non-aircon shopping malls in the West which are Taman Jurong Shopping Centre and Boon Lay Shopping Centre.

Thursday, March 14, 2013

A Ride on a Non-Aircon Public Bus in Singapore

Remember the good old days of Singapore when the public buses were all non-aircon? You get to slide open and close the windows, the wind will blow against your face when the bus is travelling, the windows will shake and rattle vigorously during the journeys, the ride is mostly hot and stuffy and so on and so forth. Now, aircon public buses have become the norm in Singapore. As of March 2013, there is still a handful of non-aircon public buses that are still in operation mostly in the Jurong industrial estates and they all are the same double decker Volvo buses as seen above. Unfortunately, the last batch of non-aircon public buses will disappear starting from April 2013 so catch them while you can. In this post, I'll be talking about my ride on a non-aircon public bus on service 246. The service starts from Boon Lay Bus Interchange and travel along parts of the Jurong industrial estates and some HDB estates like Boon Lay and Taman Jurong. Find out more by scrolling down or click Read More. Oh and by the way, this bus ride was done in late April of 2012.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Singapore City Gallery - Frenzeelo TV Ep. 3

You may remember that I posted an article about the very first two Frenzeelo commercials I have written previously, right? Also, you do remember that Frenzeelo has a web show that you can find on YouTube called Frenzeelo TV, right? After a long hiatus from July 2012, Frenzeelo TV has officially relaunched with a totally new format, logo and introduction. I will continue doing Frenzeelo TV twice every month. Even more, if I can. In the latest episode which is also the third episode, I will be talking about the Singapore City Gallery. The Singapore City Gallery is a free public gallery about urban planning and land use in Singapore. You can learn more about urban planning through the various interactive games, touchscreen displays, scale models and so much more. I'm not going to spoil the whole thing so go ahead and click play to watch the episode. I have also created a written article of the Singapore City Gallery early last year which you can read over here. Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel for the latest episodes of Frenzeelo TV.

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

New Commercials for Frenzeelo

You know Frenzeelo has been in existence for over a year now right? On the first year, I concentrated too much on writing posts and I didn't really focus on the marketing to bring in more readers to Frenzeelo. Recently in early February, I created two commercials using some of the videos I have recorded with my phone. I posted both the videos in The Frenzeelo Channel also known as the official YouTube channel for Frenzeelo. Sure, they may lack the substance of a real advertisement because I don't have a budget for a professionally-made video and I think the two commercials that I made with my bare hands get the job done. I just need more people to come across them. If you like the ads, don't forget to share them with your friends and family and make sure they spread it around also. Come on and support Frenzeelo for more great content on the best of Singapore's places, food and events.

Frenzeelo Commercial #1


Frenzeelo Commercial #2

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