Emerald Hill - Singapore




Singapore is the smallest country in South East Asia, yet it offer superb things for holiday seekers. It boast its multi-cultural diversity where east meets west. One of Singapore's tourist attractions is the Emerald Hill located near the Orchard Road and in the area of Newton.
Emerald Hill was originally owned by a postal Clerk named William Cuppage. It became famous worldwide when the nutmeg plantation became official during the year 1837 - 1845. A Chinese Baroque architecture is evident to many of its features, most notably to its houses and monuments. Its natural beauty made the Emerald Hill one of the sought after destination for holiday vacationers. It is also famous for the Singaporean high officials who reside in the area.
Some of the houses at Emerald Hill are being rented and sold to customers. I wish to buy one though, but the prizes seem to be beyond what i get in years of years of work LOL.

Emerald Hill - A South East Asian treasure.

4 comments:

Sharkbytes said...

Wow- great blog. I would love to get to SE Asia, but it probably won't happen.

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Anonymous said...

Hey Niightblastz, im loving your blogs.. keep it coming ---- cherub

nightblastz said...

Q Sharkbytes,

Thanks really for the award. Much appreciated..

@ Cherub,

Thanks for your first comment. Keep it coming lol

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