I went to the NTUC Income Kite Festival on Sunday 24th August 2014. The location of this event was at The Promontory & Waterfront Promenade. From Bayfront MRT, it was about 10 minutes walk; also reachable by Raffles MRT – less than 15 minutes walk. The event attracted many kids, young adults and tourists. The highlight of the events includes various performance on stage, kite flying and workshop, circus act, magic show, dancing, Living Statutes, etc.

Beautiful Giant Kite

It was a fun 4 hours event which I enjoyed; even though there was a slight drizzle of rain during that day. I took some photos of colorful giant kites on display which were beautiful. The living statues was a hit with the crowds; their act of mimicry were so entertaining.

Colorful Large Kite

I am looking forward to the next Kite Festival in 2015. Here are some photos of the NTUC Income Kite Festival 2014 : –

Will be nice to see this colorful kite in the sky.
Giant Kite
This kite is long and colorful
Many kites were up in the sky during that day.
Living Statues
Even zombies need a warm HUG.
A tree hugger.
The Classic English Gentleman
White Gentleman
Taking a trip to Singapore
This is my favorite
Many performances at the NTUC Income Kite Festival 2014
The Stage


Went to St. Andrew’s Cathedral for a afternoon stroll. It has been a long time since I visited this Cathedral; which is conveniently located next to City Hall MRT station. This Anglican Cathedral has a rich history of more than 150 years and is the largest Cathedral in Singapore.

I saw constant stream of tourists coming in to visit this beautiful Cathedral. As I step inside the St. Andrew’s Cathedral building, everything looks almost the same when I last visited it years ago. The stained glass windows at The East Windows were enchanting. There are also artifacts that are historical and interesting.

Do drop in the visit this National Monument of Singapore – it is definitely worth your time. Below are more photos of St. Andrew’s Cathedral –

Entrance Door to St. Andrew’s Cathedral
Beautiful Garden and Lawn.
You can’t see this type of old style seats anymore in many Churches in Singapore.