Chijmes Worship

Chijmes Worship Virtual Tour

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CHIJMES (pronounced “chimes“) is a historic building complex in Singapore, which began life as a catholic convent known as the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ) (圣婴女修院) and convent quarters known as Caldwell House (古德威尔屋). The complex is located at Victoria Street within Singapore’s central business district.

This complex of convent buildings has a Gothic Style chapel. It was used as a Catholic convent for 132 years, with Caldwell House constructed in 1840–1841 and the chapel in 1904. The chapel, now a multi-purpose hall, is known as CHIJMES Hall (赞美礼堂), and it was here that V360Property chanced upon the 12 hour marathon Chijmes Worship. The CHIJMES Worship @ CHIJMES Hall is a live music worship for those seeking to reconnect with their passion and the calling of their soul. Moved by the enchanting music in an almost magical setting, the virtual tour of Chijmes Worship was born.

 

The new extension at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve promises visitors new experiences – from walking on mudflats to crashing through the plants growing under the canopy of secondary forest.

The $29-million extension, which opened yesterday, adds an extra 31ha to the original 130ha reserve in north-western Singapore. It has more kid-friendly features, including an obstacle course and play area.

For the first time, visitors can step onto the mudflats during low tide and go up close to mudskippers and other creatures.

They can also try to spot foraging birds and insects while crossing a 150m-long suspension bridge which ascends gradually to a height of 3m. While treetop walks at MacRitchie and Southern Ridges overlook the canopy, this is the first boardwalk in Singapore that takes visitors through the mid-canopy.

A 1.3km-long coastal trail offers visitors a pano- ramic view of the Kranji waterfront and the Straits of Johor. They can look out for raptors, including the white-bellied sea eagle, hunting for prey.

– See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/more-lifestyle-stories/story/get-closer-nature-20141207#sthash.1xAiR5ia.dpuf

The new extension at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve promises visitors new experiences – from walking on mudflats to crashing through the plants growing under the canopy of secondary forest.

The $29-million extension, which opened yesterday, adds an extra 31ha to the original 130ha reserve in north-western Singapore. It has more kid-friendly features, including an obstacle course and play area.

For the first time, visitors can step onto the mudflats during low tide and go up close to mudskippers and other creatures.

They can also try to spot foraging birds and insects while crossing a 150m-long suspension bridge which ascends gradually to a height of 3m. While treetop walks at MacRitchie and Southern Ridges overlook the canopy, this is the first boardwalk in Singapore that takes visitors through the mid-canopy.

A 1.3km-long coastal trail offers visitors a pano- ramic view of the Kranji waterfront and the Straits of Johor. They can look out for raptors, including the white-bellied sea eagle, hunting for prey.

– See more at: http://www.straitstimes.com/lifestyle/more-lifestyle-stories/story/get-closer-nature-20141207#sthash.1xAiR5ia.dpuf

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Click HERE to visit Chijmes Worship Webpage.

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