The  Singapore skyline changed dramatically when a hotel, casino, mall, convention center etc. was built right in the Singapore Bay. In 2007, I remember hearing people talking about the controversial casino being built and how they were filling in the bay to build this thing. What I never imagined was what it would look like. […]

We were pretty tired after almost a full day in Sentosa after taking the cable car from Mt.Faber, spent several hours at the S.E.A. Aquarium, ate a lot at Malaysian Food Street, a bit of history at the Sentosa Merlion and then some stunning views from the Southernmost Point in Continental Asia and Sentosa cable […]

We walked from the Sentosa Merlion to Palawan Beach to the Southernmost Point of Continental Asia. I remembered (sort of) going here in during my very first visit to Singapore in 2006 and thought that it would be a nice quick stop to actually cross the swinging suspension bridge. It’s a free thing to do […]

After spending the morning at the aquarium, we headed off to find food to fill out tummies. Prior to heading over to Sentosa, Sarah has already did her research and mentioned that there is an area that sold Malaysian street food that we should try. The lazy person in me didn’t do any research and […]

I have been using this key chain (on and off) since 2006. I liked it so much, I bought 2 in 2006 during my very first visit to an aquarium in Singapore. And that aquarium had always been a place I wanted to return to with a regular reminder of it via a jellyfish key […]

If you google “bak kut teh in Singapore”, Song Fa Bak Kut Teh is pretty much going to be at the top of your search results. We actually happened to see a Song Fa Bak Kut Teh located just across the street from our apartment and had this place in mind to try (before we […]

I was rather picky about giving my family a first impression of Chicken Rice in Singapore since I’ve always understood that the very first bite of  something can become the base to any other comparisons. So after tasting 2 different Chicken Rice places at Lau Pa Sat for lunch, we headed to Maxwell Food Center […]

The one thing that got me most excited about traveling to Singapore was getting to try all of the different foods the country had to offer. All I ever hear from Sarah is how amazing the food was in Singapore and boy was I ready to have a try of the Singaporean food myself. Lao […]

After deciding on where we would be staying in Singapore, I did a quick google search of the exact location of our accommodation. And just downstairs from our Airbnb studio apartment is a Ya Kun Family Cafe at The Central. And after checking-in and putting our luggage down, I dragged my family downstairs for their […]

Thank you Yunti for pushing me to blog about our family trip to Singapore and Hong Kong! Now, with Yunti by my side let’s consistently share our posts! Maybe I’ll finish sharing in record time! I really struggled planning this trip because my memory of Singapore is no longer the same as it was in […]