Feng shui, or Chinese geomancy, translates to wind and water, which form the foundations of Chinese metaphysics, the invisible forces that connect the universe. Originating from ancient China, feng shui claims to use energy forces to harmonize individuals with their surrounding environment.
Qi & The City
Enjoy an exhilarating journey through Singapore as you learn about the city’s fascinating feng shui stories.
Ride in style as you explore Singapore’s mystical feng shui elements. As you breeze down quaint alleyways and enjoy face to face encounters with locals, Qi & The City will offer the opportunity to experience authentic Singapore life.
Throughout the journey, your feng shui master will delve into the story behind several of the city’s buildings and structures, which are shaped and located so as to harness the best outcome based on feng shui principles.
Qi & The City will see you visit some of Singapore’s best-known attractions, including Marina Bay Sands and the Merlion, observing how feng shui principles play into their placement. The feng shui master will also share some feng shui-related myths of the city, such as the belief that the Singapore River and Kallang River’s confluence into Marina Bay resembles a dragon’s head.
Throughout the journey, your feng shui master will delve into the story behind several of the city’s buildings and structures, which are shaped and located so as to harness the best outcome based on feng shui principles. The basic tenet of feng shui is that certain locations are more auspicious than others; the auspicious-ness of a place is determined by the availability of vital energy or “Qi” that is supposed to flow underground meeting certain landform conditions and facing certain directions.
Prepare to be amazed as you learn just how important feng shui principles have been in the growth of Singapore. Four-legged friends are welcome sidecar friends!