Four Good Reasons to Blog About Heritage

September 11, 2008 Blog 3 comments

Do you enjoy taking photos and blogging about your visits to various lifestyle attractions in Singapore like me? If so, do consider participating in the Heritage Starbloggers contest.

There are 4 good reasons why you should be a part of the action:

1) You can be inspired by the various enchanting museums, heritage attractions and monuments in Singapore. Do you know that there are 52 museums, 56 national monuments and more than 80 historic sites in Singapore? Choose from any of them and be magically whizzed back in time.

2) You can practice your photography, videography, audio production and writing skills. Taking photographs in museum galleries IS possible, so long as you stop the flashes from popping.

3) You are helping to play an important role in promoting the appreciation of Singapore’s unique heritage, art and culture. We need everyone’s help spread the love around!

4) You stand a chance to win a brand new Nintendo Wii, Sony PSP and other attractive prizes.

To make it simple, we have provided a step by step guide that tells you what to do. Well, almost since we can’t do the writing or photo taking for you!

We have also created not one or two but three different brag badges for you to choose from. Simply cut and paste the codes for any of these onto your blog post and at the sidebars of your blog.

Go on, be a part of the action. And while you are at it, do share this with your friends and family members.

By Walter
Founder of Cooler Insights, I am a geek marketer with almost 24 years of senior management experience in marketing, public relations and strategic planning. Since becoming an entrepreneur 5 years ago, my team and I have helped 58 companies and over 2,200 trainees in digital marketing, focusing on content, social media and brand storytelling.


  1. hey walter!

    need a quick favour. i’ve got a commenter in my blog asking what are our other National Treasures, other than the Stone. This is because, I was merely repeating the official line, that the Stone is part of the 11 or so National Treasures of Singapore.

    So what are the others?

    Here’s the link for the comments:

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