Archive for August, 2010

Singapore Sports Hub

Source: Singapore Sports Council

Photosource: arup.com

Someting of interest for those who plan to live, work, and play in Singapore. Developments are taking place at every corner: Office and residential buildings, hospitals, schools, MRT lines, and most recently, the Singapore Sports Hub.

The Singapore Sports Hub is envisioned to become the largest sports, entertainment, and lifestyle hub in the world. The hub, which will be erected next to the Marina Bay area is expected to be completed by April 2014.

Facilities include:

  • A new 55,000-capacity National Stadium with a retractable roof;
  • A 6,000-capacity indoor Aquatic Centre that meets world tournament standards;
  • A 3,000-capacity multi-purpose arena which will be scalable and flexible in layout;
  • 41,000 sq m of commercial space
  • A Water Sports Centre
  • The existing 11,000-capacity Singapore Indoor Stadium; and Supporting leisure and commercial developments
  • With these ongoing developments, we can expect more job opportunities in the coming years!

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    August 29, 2010 at 2:44 PM Leave a comment

    Life on a new track

    I officially turned 30. Yey! New age, new place. I decided to document and share a neat portion of my life in celebration of a new decade and my new adventure. Been blogging since 2003 but completely forgotten about it in 2008. So when I visited my old blog, this is what greeted me:

    Well Hello there Mister sneaky pants.
    Unfortunately, the page you’re looking for doesn’t exist, never existed, or is unavailable for your viewing pleasure.

    I definitely existed in the cyberspace! I just been too busy and too lazy to update.. Luckily I have kept all those entries in my old drive, I just have to remember where exactly.

    So off to a fresh start.

    I am one of the many pinoys living in Singapore, one of my favourite cities. I am working as a Business Relations Manager in one of the MNC’s here. Moving here and landing a good job was an act of faith (which I may put in detail soon). Three months into the new environment, I must say I have already acquainted myself fairly well to the Singapore Culture, not as a tourist, but as a local waiting in bus stops, drinking water straight from the faucet, brisk walking on escalators, whilst contributing to their economic growth.

    The place, so far, has been good to me. Of course, I miss my home country and the people I have left behind but overall, I must say, that God has really blessed with this great opportunity.

    August 12, 2010 at 6:46 AM Leave a comment


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