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We stayed at Bugis, which was just four MRT stations away from the Changi Airport. Getting to the city center of Singapore from Changi International Airport was very convenient. From the budget terminal, we hopped on the free airport shuttle to termina
Who says traveling on a cruise is designed only for the more “seasoned” tourist? Disney’s Zack and Cody would certainly disagree. Having seen my fair share of “The Suite Life on Deck,” I’ve always been curious about the experience traveling on a cruise
Spending the afternoon in Sentosa Island was a great way to end our 4-day trip to Singapore and Malaysia. Despite being at the border of “tourist trapdom,” I liked Sentosa because it caters to many types of travelers/tourists. Last time, I hated not be
Orchard Road is known as the premiere shopping destination in Singapore. I’m no a shopaholic but I do enjoy my trips to the mall. I always look forward to visiting shopping centers during my trips, especially because I’ve always been frustrated at the
I’ve been longing to get a sweeping aerial view of Singapore. Great to finally have my Singapore Flyer experience! The Singapore Flyer is one of the city-state’s biggest crowd drawers. Giant Ferris wheels (at least ones built taller than the original F
We went straight to Fragrance Hotel Selegie after a fulfilling dinner at Pasta de Waraku. Every passing moment is an opportunity to discover something new, especially if its in a foreign land. It took just one person to say the idea aloud to find out A
I was finally on my way back to Singapore. My first trip to Singapore and Malaysia overland was quite hectic, which made me look forward to a more leisurely tour of Singapore … and an even more relaxing cruise to Malaysia. Our whole trip was set for
Under construction photos of man-made super trees and conservatory buildings at Singapore Gardens by the Bay taken from the Singapore Flyer. Singapore Gardens by the Bay shaping up Concrete and Metal Woodland Garden conservatory View from ground level
I finally got to indulge in local food during our Singapore and Malaysia cruise. Here are photos of celebrated local food we sampled. Hainanese Chicken Rice Hawker stall in Singapore Food trail hawker stalls at the Singapore Flyer Hawker fare at Singap
Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are two cities in Asia known for its multi-cultural diversity. Not only will visitors expect a convergence of different cultures in the region, the two cities also present a contrast between the Orient and the Weste

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