You must see Singapore at least once, perfume personal presents and Peranakan House fragrance? Looking for something unique to bring back from Singapore? Get some unique orchid-scented perfumes and fragrances from Singapore Memories! Orchid is Singapore’s national flower and this shop uses native local orchids and therapeutic orchids in their products. Other gifts suggestion: Haw Par Group is a Singapore-grown multinational group known for its Tiger Balm products. These products were developed in Singapore and are perfect for treatments of aches and pains. You can find a variety of Tiger Balm products in various pharmacies and drug stores in Singapore, namely Guardian, Watsons and Unity. Or you can get them at Mustafa too! Tiger Balm has a long line of products for different uses. Their ointments are used to treat stuffy nose and itch caused by insect bites. The Tiger Balm plasters are also used for muscular pain relief. Tiger Balm also has muscle rubs perfect for massaging your strains and aches Note: Prices may vary across different pharmacies and locations. However, as it’s quite easy to find Tiger Balm in stores, you can shop around for a cheaper price!
Few buildings have created such a stir in Singapore as the Esplanade. Opened in 2002, the eye-catching bayfront complex has been dubbed ‘the durians’ by locals because of its resemblance to the spiky (and stinky) tropical fruit. It’s the city’s most prominent performing arts centre and the programme bears an eclectic mix of Western and Eastern influences. Book a gig, concert or theatre show in advance and make a cultural evening of it. Marina Bay’s giant, 42-storey, 165m observation wheel continues to pull a mix of tourists and locals who come for the breathtaking, 360-degree views of the city available from one of its capsules. Each flight lasts 30 mintues and on a clear day the panorama from the top of the wheel stretches into neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia. If you fancy pimping your experience a bit, take a look at the dining and cocktail packages that are available.
Herbal Usage: The entire plant is used in rural Thailand as a tonic to strengthen the body. Root paste is applied externally on scorpion and snake bites in the eastern peninsular Indian state of Orissa. Here, leaf paste is consumed with a clove of garlic daily for 7 days to obtain relief from chest or epigastric pain. At Uttarakhand in Western Himalaya, A. carinata is used to treat rheumatism, sciatica and nerve pain. Some of the phytochemicals like alkaloid, anthocyanins, arundinan, bibenzyl, cypripedin, dendrobine, gigantol, glucoside, glycoside, gymopusin, hircinol, jibantine, kinsenoside, loroglossin, nidemin and orchinol, phenanthrene, phenanthropyran, rotundatin and moscatin, stilbenoid, triterpenoid are reported from Acampe Genome.
Singapore is home to beautiful Peranakan Culture. Explore the vibrant world of Peranakan heritage through this Room Fragrances. The exact origins of the Peranakans are hard to pin down. Some believe them to be descendents of Chinese immigrant traders who married local Malay women or Bataks from Sumatra in 1500’s. Others believe them to be Chinese from Admiral Zheng He’s army in 1300’s, who married local malay women. Most scholars agree that the first wave of Chinese immigrants to Malaya and Indonesia could have arrived in the 10th century, however, the practice became much more common in the 15th century. The culture originates from mixed marriage between a Chinese man and Malay/Indonesian women. This created a very unique and amazing culture with unique traditions. Initially the wives could have been slaves, but eventually things improved and equality set in. See even more information at Peranakan House.
It is amazing to think that the art of making and wearing perfume goes back 2500 years ago and today we have the opportunity to wear again an iconic fragrance such as Singapore Girl. Singapore Girl Perfume ingredients are scents that are crafted from the exquisite oils extracted from delicate flower petals and tree roots. This amazing fragrance is the lotus, water-lily make the heart and Teak-wood finish this refreshing perfume.
Clarke Quay: This delightful riverside development is packed full of bustling bars and restaurants, boutique shops and pumping nightclubs, attracting a steady stream of tourists alongside Singapore’s party animals. Clarke Quay’s location takes full advantage of the picturesque body of water that emerges from the city’s main river, with alfresco-style dining to be had in an endless number of eateries set around the water’s edge. Head under the futuristic, jelly-like roof and you’ll find some great shopping options as well as a plentiful supply of bars, making this a real bar-hoppers’ heaven.
The perfect personalized souvenir from your Singapore trip is a personalized perfume from Scent-osa. Vanda Tessellata, used in Citrus 7 (Women) for Team building Perfume workshop. This is a wonderful Vanda species some believe was native to India. Others believe that it was found in IndoChina region. Semi-terete leaves make for a smaller stature than most strap-leaf vandas. The flowers have a wonderful contrast with tan-brown petals and sepals and a purple lip. Some people think that it smells like s’mores. But most people found a beautiful sweet-citrus smell to it. Flowers generally live long occuring in the summer, fall and early winter. ?Beautiful floral smell, with hints of Mulberry and guava, that no one can ignore. This is widely used in Asia as a cure-all. Ask your grand-ma and she might have a story to tell you about it. Its ayurvedic names are Rasna/Rasya. The orchid contains variety of alkaloids, tannins, resin, saponin, beta & gamma sitosterols, fatty oil. It had anti-arthritic,. Blood pressure management and wound healing effect in rats. Find additional information on singapore-memories.com.