Plastic surgery not only corrects one’s “imperfection” but it can also rehabilitate the body’s function. Plastic surgery generally involves the modification of physical appearance. Many people consider plastic surgery for various reasons but before that, you should first evaluate if you really want it because it can cause serious consequences in the future. You can start your evaluation by reading this:
Plastic surgeries are considered by people who feel they lack something. If it is the desired outcome, it can increase or boost the self confidence of the person. Aside from that, plastic surgeries are capable of bringing out positive health benefits. For example, nose lifts can help the person breathe better and breast reductions can help women with chronic back aches.
Procedures can bring risks. If you are planning for an intensive “enhancement”, chances are skin and tissues will be removed not to mention massive blood loss. If it is not carefully considered, a person may die. Aside from that, it can be very painful and it can damage the nerves. Patients may also encounter psychological implications.
After the evaluation, you have to think of the cost. Plastic or cosmetic surgeries are quite expensive but that depends on the procedure. If you are really determined, no amount can stop you. The next thing that you need to do is to look for the clinic that can perform the task well. The good news is that in Singapore, there are a number of clinics that offer the best service and result. You don’t need to worry because plastic surgeries in Singapore are one of the best because of their pool of experts and state of the art medical technologies.
You don’t need to go to Broadway in America just to enjoy the performances and shows because you can have it here in Singapore. Singapore is considered Asia’s Broadway. Singapore Theatre scene is abundant with a wide range of performances or shows from the classics to modern, international Broadway hits and local plays.
There are many theatre groups in Singapore from different cultures (Indians, Malay and Chinese). If you want to catch one of their performances, you should consider:
Bangsawan is a Malay opera. This form of opera is uncommon across the Asian region these days. The performances are based on the depiction of typical tales of deceit and love. Moreover, Bangsawan plots are inspired by children’s stories like Sang Nila Utama, Bawang Putih and Bawang Merah. The performances can only be enjoyed on broadcasted variety shows carried out by Sri Warisan dance troupe. .
W!ld Rice is considered as the leader of theatre companies here in Singapore. W!ld Rice is divided into 3 categories- Outreach, Education and Ch!ll Pad!. If you want to visit the place, you can head to Kerbau Road.
Wayang is a Chinese opera. The performances are founded on popular Chinese myths, classics, philosophy and culture. The opera stresses on virtues like patriotism, loyalty and love. Here in Singapore, the performance of Wayang are seen during celebrations of Hungry Ghost Festival and Chinese New Year. The opera employs instruments like drums, cymbals and erhu together with vibrant and bizarre costumes and make ups to mesmerize audiences.
It is essential that you understand and appreciate theatre performances. There are many performances in store for you.
Singapore sure takes care of its airline passengers, as evidenced by the Changi Airport, which has become one of the best in the world. If you’re waiting for your flight, you won’t have an idle time if you’re at this airport because of all its cool, new features. So if you are in the area, just enjoy the place while waiting for your next flight. What makes the airport extraordinaire? Here’s a look:
There are five different gardens throughout the airport. Terminal 1 showcases a cacti garden, Terminal 2 features orchids and sunflowers, and Terminal 3 has a butterfly garden.
If you want to catch up the latest blockbuster movies, you can go to Terminals 2 and 3 cinemas. They screen movies for 24 hours a day. It is always open and it is free.
Fish Spa and Reflexology
If you want a massage, Terminal 1 offers that kind of service. They also have fish spas, where you can dip your feet in a pool full of fingerlings.
Pool and Bar
If you want to swim, then you can at the airport’s Balinese-themed rooftop pool. If you are not a guest at Changi’s Ambassador Transit Hotel, you can simply pay $13.91 to enjoy a dip.
Arcade and Music Booths
You can also play video games while waiting for you flight. You can use their Xbox 360 or Playstation 3 without paying anything. If you want to listen to music, Terminal 2 provides music corners.
If you have a yearning for cocoa, simply visit the Guylian Belgium Chocolate Cafe. They are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Aviation Gallery in Terminal 2 allows people to take a look at the airport’s everyday operation. The gallery presents over 600 miniature aircrafts hanging from the ceiling.
Experience tropical rain showers at the Rainforest Lounge or at the Ambassador Transit Lounge. The entrance fee is only S$8.56 inclusive of toiletries.
Children should be stimulated so that their minds expand. There are many things that you can do to activate your child’s mind. Of course you should send them to school where they learn the fundamentals like reading, counting and analysis. But aside from that, you should also encourage them to participate in extra-curricular activities that will enrich their minds further.
Extracurricular activities come in different forms. The important thing here is you support their interests. They will surely perform better knowing that you are there to support them. Here are some extracurricular activities that your kids can consider:
If your children enjoy being the center of attention and have a flair for acting, then have them join a drama club where they can develop their talents. This is also a great way for kids to socialize.
Have energetic tykes? Then enrol them to a sports club where their energies can be channelled to games that will better develop their speed, strength, stamina, as well as their sportsmanship and discipline.
If your kid wants to show their emotions through music, you should motivate them. Whether they sings or plays instruments, this artistic talent should not be wasted.
If your children are interested in any adventure related activities, don’t hold them back as that is part of discovering oneself. You might also be interested about Children’s Season 2013 Island Adventures. This will happen from May 18 to July 21, 2013 (every 6:00pm) at the National Museum of Singapore. Admission is free and you can come along with your kids.
There you go. If you want your kids to be happy, confident and strong, you should let them grow. The above mentioned activities can serve as their avenue for determining what they want to do in the near future.
Singapore has a lot of events and activities in store for all. For instance, have you heard about Hakuna Matata? Yes it is a Swahili phrase which means “There are no worries” and it is also the name of an event in Singapore where guys and girls can get together for a party.
If you want to witness this event and not worry about anything else, you should come and enjoy it while it lasts. Expect lively tunes and hear radio hits that will surely groove you. If you want to join in the party, you should note the following details:
When: The party will be every Wednesday from May 22 to October 2. The party will commence on May 22, 10:00pm. The next one will be on May29 then June 5, June 12, June 19, July 03, July 10, July17, July 24, July 31, August 7, August 14, August 21, August 28, September 4, September 11, September 18, September 25 and October 2.
Where: If you decided when to go, you should know that the party will take place at Avalon, 2 Bayfront Avenue, B2-05 South Crystal Pavilion Singapore. You can take a cab or public transport if you like. Of course you have to look your best because it can be an avenue where you can meet new people beyond your circle. If you want to go out every Wednesday, this is the best party.
Restrictions: Of course there are restrictions. Minors (kids below 18) are not allowed to enter or join the party. This is not a place for kids.
Ticket: Gentlemen are expected to pay an entrance fee of S$20.00 inclusive of 1 drink. Ladies are not expected to pay entrance fees and what’s best is ladies can enjoy up to 3 drinks. Drinks are flowing all night for only S$10.
Plastic surgery refers to the alteration or restoration of the body’s shape and function. There are different types of plastic surgery, but the most famous is cosmetic surgery, which is the surgical enhancement of one’s face or body. In Singapore and other parts of Asia, the number of cosmetic surgeries performed is rising every year. Now, cosmetic surgeries are widely accepted.
Well there is nothing wrong if you want to “enhance” your beauty or boost your self-confidence as long as you have the resources and as long as you feel happy. No one can stop you. If you plan to have a cosmetic surgery, it is important that you seek the best clinic. There are numerous clinics that you can trust. Just make sure to read reviews about them for your safety and protection. Note that cosmetic surgeries can be very expensive, depending on the procedure or what part you want to enhance. Common cosmetic procedures include:
- Abdominoplasty – Many people are concerned about their abdomens. The solution is Abdominoplasty which seeks to flatten and reshape the abdomens.
- Mammoplasty – Mammoplasty involves the breast. There are three types of this procedure – breast augmentations, reduction and lift. Breast augmentation or enlargement is the most famous. It uses silicone gel or fat grafting to increase the size of the breast.
- Buttock Augmentation – Buttock augmentation is colloquially known as butt implant. It also uses silicone gel or fat grafting.
- Peeling – If you have visible scars, chemical peeling can be an excellent solution to eliminate it. It can also deter acne and lessen wrinkles.
- Liposuction – This procedure is famous for celebrities and stars. The procedure seeks to remove fat deposits with the use of suctions or ultrasonic energy. It doesn’t end with that for you need to exercise regularly.
Singapore is a small yet densely populated city-state. Singapore comprises of 1 main island and about 50 small neighbouring islands. The main island, Singapore Island, is separated from Malaysia on the north by the thin Johore Strait and on the south separated from Indonesia’s archipelago. Singapore is Southeast Asia’s most important harbour, financial center and manufacturing centre. Its citizens endure one of the world’s highest standards of living.
It is only 685.4 square kilometre but it has become the home to almost 4.5 million of people. Since its secession from Malaysia in 1965, Singapore has sustained political and economic strength despite its multi ethnicity. What are the faces of Singapore? Here’s a glimpse:
Chinese represents about three-fourths of the population. Majority of Chinese Singaporeans follow Buddhism. There are also others that follow Taoism and Christianity.
Malays form the next largest group. Malay fishermen originally inhabit the island but with the coming of Sir Stamford Raffles, many merchants and migrants moved to the island. With the coming of other migrants from China, Indonesia, India and other neighbouring countries, business and commerce progressed. Malay Singaporeans are predominantly Muslim.
Indians constitute the last group. Indian Singaporeans profess Hinduism. The government recognizes the four languages-Chinese, English, Malay and Tamil. Each group is different from the others but they welcome everyone. For example, if there are celebrations of festival for Hindus or Christians, it is common practice to welcome everyone in their home to share and celebrate the occasion. Their harmony despite the diversity made Singapore what it is today.
Having appropriate equipment in playing golf is very essential for every golfer. This is the reason why many expert golf players take golf club shopping very seriously. However, there are still some who find golf club shopping a daunting task. Here are some guidelines you can follow to help you look for the right golf clubs to purchase.
First and foremost, you have to be honest with yourself in determining your skill level. Are you still a beginner, an intermediate player, or an expert golfer who plays a lot more often? This is crucial because there are various types of clubs especially built to help different levels of golfer.
Always remember to stay within your allotted budget. Golf can be very expensive when it goes out of hand. You need to determine your budget and start looking from there. There are accessories and equipment designed for different types of budget; you just have to research and know where to look for them.
Your Strengths and Weaknesses
Are you a short or long hitter? Do you know how to slice or hook the ball? Questions like those will help you identify what golf club suits you best. It will be easier for the golf shop personnel to help you with your needs if you know this information.
How Often You Play
Are you a golf aficionado who plays all the time or just a weekend golfer with buddies and colleagues? This will help you identify what golf accessories and clubs to buy. Don’t go cherry-picking and spend a fortune on equipment you won’t need. On the contrary, if you travel and compete to different places, you’re going to need top-quality golf equipment.
For 20 years now, the Great Singapore Sale has always allured thrilled shoppers not only in Singapore but also those from other countries. Truly, this annual event continues to attract people to shop more for less.
Top Shopping Destinations in the Great Singapore Sale
Every year, major shopping malls in the country participate in the islandwide shopping sale. Top shopping destinations include the Orchard Road, where you can find many big shopping malls such as ION Orchard, Ngee Ann City, Wisma Atria and Paragon. Marina Bay is also a famous shopping destination for this annual event. You can shop in Raffles City, Marina Square and Suntec City. Other shopping destinations include the Bugis Village, Novena Square and Jurong Point Shopping Centre.
The Great Singapore Sale 2013
Hear ye, hear ye! The Great Singapore Sale will once again rock the country this year from 31 May to 28 July. That’s a total of eight weeks, full of fabulous shopping. You will definitely go crazy with value deals on just about all things—from clothes, accessories, jewellery, electronics, and more. Plus, some malls will accommodate more shoppers with late night shopping.
On its 20th anniversary, highlights of the Great Singapore Sale 2013 will include exclusive privileges from MasterCard®, the official card of the event. Shoppers will also get attracted to great prizes and rewards, tourist privileges and a whole lot more of promotions in celebration of its 20th year. There will also be Singapore International Jewelry Expo 2013 on 4-7 July at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre, where shoppers can check out dazzling jewellery and luxury timepieces.