My mom sis, cousin and Mama’s BFF and kids went to Singapore . I was really excited for this trip because it’s been 2 years since I went out of the country plus I heard a lot about Singapore that is why I know that I’m gonna have a lot of fun here. Actually mom’s original travel plan for this summer is an Asian cruise (star cruse). However I told her that I don’t wanna stay on the vessel long enough. I want to see Singapore in it’s entirety not just a portion of it and a portion of Bangkok and another portion of Malaysia. So she realized that it’ll be better to visit one country at a time instead of seeing them partly.
This is my cousin Irish Joy at Seair’s plane. It was my first time to board seair I guess their plane is cozier than CebuPac’s, this is because we were not crowded there were a lot of empty seats that time. Our fare only costs around P7,000.
For some weird reason, when I was young I thought Singapore is a part of the Philippines. I thought it was a distant province. It was my aunt who told me that Singapore is a country. I don’t actually remember why I thought that way. But I guess it was because Singapore was part of the everyday news back then..
My first impression of Singapore after I got out of Changi airport is that it looks like Clark. I think its very nice because there are loads of trees even if you’re inside a city. I wish Angeles City was like this.
We were starving when we arrived at Singapore. After we checked in at Hotel 81 Bugis, Our local friend brought us here. I’m sorry but I don’t remember the name of some of the food that we ate here.. But I’ll guarantee you that the food here is really great! I’ll give it a rating of 5 out of 5.
Vegetable soup 🙂
This one looks and tastes like chop suey
Coconut in can I love this one
After eating loads, we got back at the hotel and guess what we did? we slept. We were not in a rush because we are gonna be here for 5 days anyway. That’s why I’m never gonna book a 3 day tour again coz you’re not gonna savor the trip that much when you’re always in a hurry.
When I woke up it was already nightfall. We hit the streets and went to Suntec mall and booked for the hop in and hop off tour bus. Then it was again time for dinner.
Beach Road Singapore
Singapore’s traffic management is comparable to New York City
I like the City’s ambiance. It’s very modern, there are cameras all over the city and you’ll feel really secured to walk around, just make sure you won’t break the rules coz Singapore is a FINE city. You’ll get fined for every wrong move :p
There are plenty of restaurants a few steps from the hotel and we chose a Shabushabu house that is a bit different from what is being served in Fortune Restaurant in Angeles City. Here you get to choose the food that will be part of your shabushabu soup. There loads to choose from. There are squid, frogs,pork, squidballs, shrimp, fish, vegetables and many many more.
Again, I am so full, I ate so much. We decided to sleep early to prepare ourselves for tomorrow’s adventure. I’m lovin Singapore on the first day even if we haven’t done a lot of things.
Our next stop is at Sentosa. Universal Studios is what I’m really looking forward here in Singapore. I love theme Parks! 🙂
This bus can take us anywhere in Singapore
Finally we’re here 🙂 I like it here at Sentosa it’s like a one stop place for fun. However 1 day is not enough.
New York Singapore. This portion is really cool because I really felt as if I’m in NYC
Craziest ride I’ve experienced in my entire life.
We missed the bus that will take us back to Suntec Mall, so we had to take the taxi home.
But before we called the night. We tried a treat that we definitely love.
Ice cream 😀 There is an ice cream house in Bugis Street that you shoudn’t miss! Especialy if you love durian
The next day, we woke up early to eat The food Republic and set ourselves for another round of exhausting adventure. And here we are for another round of City Tour and fun fun fun 🙂
I bought these clothes in Suntec. I was running out of clothes already coz I change a lot during this trip
Seems that we were the only tourist on the bus.. Naaa!! They were all downstairs coz It just rained. They’re scared to get wet :p
Check out the photos that we got when we were on top of the bus
We are at Sentosa again..
able car ride in SG is better than Cable Car ride in ocean Park Hong Kong.
Marina Bay Sands most beautiful structure I’ve ever seen. Someday I will experience you..haha! Papayaman muna ako :p
Night Safari at Singapore
Durian Sago Ice cream–The best!
At the end of the night my Joy and I went to Clark Quay and had some fun.
Night life at Clark Quay: The clubs were too crowded that’s why we decided to just have few drinks.
On our last day we had a very weird experience right after we check out from the hotel. Mom and thea gone shopping at the nearby stores while Joy and I was waiting for Roslie at the bus stop. Some guy from Sri Lanka went up to us and ask about a mall we don’t know about. And then he introduced himself and started a little chat. He said he was alone and he was in SG for a film project he was asking if we would like to have lunch with him but we told him that we’re about to leave soon.. Then he started talking about being so good in giving massage and he tried to convince me to get into the hotel and promised me that his intention was clean and he just wants to be friend. Then we noticed that a 4 or 5 men that looks like somewhere from his country started to surround us and they chatted with him. I started to get nervous and we suddenly walked away and entered in 711 where we feel very safe. Then they were gone. Thank God nothing bad happened. Then we also went to little India and shopped for Chocolates
Before we boarded the plane we had a delicious treat from:
And that ends my trip to Singapore. Overall I love Singapore. I wish to go back even if it’s just for a day. Guess where I’ll spend it? in Universal Studios of course! I wish I could post all our photos and share you every details and share everything that I learned during this trip. Maybe I’ll just save those for your questions. Please feel free to comment, ask questions, give suggestions and follow this blog.
See you on my next trip 🙂