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Family Outing Idea: Jurong Bird Park (Singapore)

Family Outing Idea: Jurong Bird Park (Singapore)

A day at the Jurong Bird Park (“bird park”) on 8 June 2021. Compared to the zoo, this cousin seems forgotten. The bird park is not as crowded, and the shows are not snapped up as fast as those in the zoo. The bird park 

Review of Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa (Family Staycation)

Review of Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa (Family Staycation)

Last year, we went to Changi CSC for a foodie staycation. Few months later, we needed another break, an escape from our daily grind. So off we went to Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa (“Rasa Sentosa”) from 12 – 14 April 2021 (Mon-Wed) for 

Hotels in Sentosa Singapore – Which One to Stay in?

Hotels in Sentosa Singapore – Which One to Stay in?

I was never a big fan of staycation. For a short stay at our home country, the hassle to pack for the whole family just doesn’t seem worth it. The expense seems unnecessary. We could simply use our home as a base to explore around. 

Ideas to use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers at Sentosa

Ideas to use your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers at Sentosa

[Updated 3July 2021: Updated Sentosa’s latest promotion.] Clock is ticking. Time is running out for you to use your S$100 digital SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (“SRV”). Book early and avoid the last minute rush. You have until 31 December 2021 to use these vouchers. As of early 

Tips to Stretch Your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers | Save more!

Tips to Stretch Your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers | Save more!

[Updated 30April 2021: Updated the expiry date of SRV.] I am going to share with you on how to stretch your dollar and save more as you redeem the S$100 digital SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (“SRV”). Number 1 tip is to use the SRV SOON. Clock is 

Staycation at Changi (Singapore): CSC Changi and Jewel Airport

Staycation at Changi (Singapore): CSC Changi and Jewel Airport

We loaded our big piece of luggage in the boot and boarded the taxi, “Jewel airport, please”. In the midst of the ensuing silence, I could sense that the taxi uncle had a burning question. Sure enough, he finally asked, “Going overseas?” “No, uncle,” I 

8 Ideas to Travel the World from Home

8 Ideas to Travel the World from Home

(Updated: 23 June 2020) For those whose feet love to wander, whose mind loves to learn, whose heart loves to be enthralled,staying at home is tough. Don’t even talk about taking flights, taking a step out to the streets is scarce precious time now. Running 

Travelogue of Europe (Part 1): First Long Voyage, May/Jun 2019

Travelogue of Europe (Part 1): First Long Voyage, May/Jun 2019

“Your flight to Amsterdam Schiphol airport has been changed to Terminal 1,” said the airline staff as she typed on her keyboard intently. She returned our passports and pointed towards a general direction, “Go pass the immigration and take the SkyTrain inside to transfer.” As 

Review: Is the trip to Kinderdijk Windmills worth it?

Review: Is the trip to Kinderdijk Windmills worth it?

The first time we saw a life-sized windmill was at Delft. Walking out of the train station with our luggage, the windmill was welcoming us from a distance. We agreed to go up close and admire the lonesome windmill soon. That happened only at the 

Review of Miffy Museum (Nijintje) in Utrecht, Netherlands

Review of Miffy Museum (Nijintje) in Utrecht, Netherlands

There are free parks and playgrounds for children to run around in Netherlands. To have a bit more of a tourist fun, you can consider Miffy Museum in Utrecht and Madurodam in Hague. More on Madurodam later. About Miffy Museum (Nijintje) Utrecht Centraal is the 

Cassia Bintan Review

Cassia Bintan Review

Almost five years back, we went to Bintan for our mini honeymoon. This time, we booked a spontaneous couple trip to Bintan in September. It was baby Ex’s very first night away from us, after more than 2 years. Because the trip was last minute, 

Travelogue: Seoul and Jeju (South Korea), Oct 2018

Travelogue: Seoul and Jeju (South Korea), Oct 2018

I was having my nails painted one week before the Korea trip. “Jeju 好像会有海啸,” the manicurist told me that Jeju might have Tsunami. She had checked the weather forecast and was planning to change her travel plans. That was one of the many things that