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Singapore Night Safari

We live pretty close to the World Famous San Diego Zoo, so going to Zoos/Animal Parks located elsewhere are always something we contemplate over for a long time. We went back and forth in deciding whether or not we wanted to make a day trip to go to the Zoo, Bird Park, Night Safari, etc. But we […]

The Central Clarke Quay – our Airbnb

Choosing where to stay when on vacation is always one of the most stressful things for me. We opted to use Airbnb during our stay in Singapore, and our choice turned out to be a rather nice place for us to stay. Check out that sunrise view! Our studio apartment was conveniently located above the Clarke […]

Gardens by the Bay – Supertree Grove and OCBC Skywalk

We got a glimpse of the Supertree Grove and the OCBC Skywalk from our visit to the Gardens by the Bay on the previous day, but we didn’t actually explore the area.  We found time the next day to make a stop there to get a closer view of these Super trees and Skywalk.  Since it was almost the […]

No Signboard Seafood Vivo City: Chilli Crab and Cereal Prawn

After a long day at Sentosa we headed back on the cable car for Singapore. Our plan was to take the cable car back to Mt. Faber, take a taxi back to our place in Clarke Quay and then head out to either No Signboard Seafood OR Jumbo Seafood depending on whichever one had a […]

Song Fa Bak Kut Teh 肉骨茶 in Singapore

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 […]

Marina Bay Sands Singapore: Wonder Full Light & Water Show

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. […]