5 Instagram-Worthy Shots To Take With Your Coffee Mugs in CBD Area


By weijing

Working in the CBD area and don’t know how to spend your lunch time? Why not take a step out of your office with your coffee mug in hand and stroll down the Singapore River? Get your phones ready because today we will be sharing with you some quirky image manipulation shots you can take in the CBD area with Husks Ware coffee mugs!

1. Mug on the Boat Doesn’t this look like your mug is sitting on top of the boat?

Shot from: Singapore River

2. Mug on Esplanade Bridge

Shot from: Jubilee Bridge

3. River Merchant Having A Break

Just taking a break after a business talk with other river merchants!

Shot from: Singapore River

4. Waterfall at Marina Bay

Shot from: Merlion Park

5. Catching the Merlion Spews

Shot from: Merlion Park

Ending the series with this iconic shot at the Merlion! Doesn’t this look fun? Bring a friend along and it’s time for you guys to explore the CBD area all the way to Merlion Park! You’ll be awed by the wonders which Singapore brings and how beautiful this Garden City can be. All you need is a friend, some patience, camera and a coffee mug!


This post is brought to you by Husks Ware SingaporeHusks Ware believes in using biodegradable products to promote environmental sustainability. Their products are developed from rice husk and the company is based on the commitment of delivering safe, environmentally-responsible products to homes across the world.

Rice husk is an agricultural waste. Annually, the world’s rice production is approximately 500 million tons. Of this, the ratio of rice husk to rice is approximately 1:4, which is equivalent to about 125 million tons of rice husks produced each year. A common practice in many countries is burning of rice husks in the fields to remove what has accumulated after harvest, causing severe air pollution which produces large amount of carbon dioxide and sulphur dioxide and destroys the soil structure.

It also poses a danger to farmers whose homes are susceptible to catching fire when strong wind blows. Through Husks Ware recycling process, rice husks are transformed to become natural and eco-friendly dining ware, cutleries and other kitchen ware that do not contain any harmful substances. They believe in creating a safe environment for consumers, which is why they chose to craft products out of the rice husk. This was a breakthrough and since the beginning, this hardy product of nature has allowed Husks Ware to create high quality, eco-friendly and toxic-free products.

The mugs featured in this post is from the collection of desk mugs and tall coffee mugs. A variety of colours are offered. Other than mugs, they also offer bento sets, plates and cooking utensils!

For more information about their products, you can head on to their page at: http://husksware.com.sg or follow our page for more posts regarding the use of their products!