In a quest to maximise the benefit of my Priority Pass, I decided to visit dnata Lounge at Terminal 3 Changi Airport when I went back to my hometown last month. There are 2 dnata lounges in Changi, one at Terminal 1 and the other at Terminal 3. So, why did I choose Terminal 3? Well, the answer is quite simple. Advertisements
You know all of the things to do in Singapore. You read it all over the internet. In this post, I’m going to be brutally honest with you. Here is the list of things NOT to do in Singapore. Some of them are insights that I gained after years of living in Singapore. Some of them are basic courtesy. Some of them are prohibited by law. Curious? Let’s dive in!
This is NOT a list of food you must eat in Singapore. This is NOT a list of best things to eat in Singapore. This IS a list of my favourite food. Singapore, and basically the rest of Southeast Asia, is a food heaven. You can find so many food stalls and restaurants anywhere in the country. There are so many good articles out there that tell you about the best food to eat in Singapore. Since I’m not a food expert, I’m not going to write another article about what to… Read More
“I can’t sit still, I need to get out and live my life. I crave adrenaline!” If this thought ever crosses your mind, I’m sure you’re the type of person who always tries to find outdoor activities to satisfy your hunger of adventure. Adventure has different meanings for different individuals. What I want to focus here are places that give you adrenaline highs, ignite your inner curiosity and awaken all of your senses. Granted, Singapore doesn’t have the breathtaking landscapes that New Zealand has. If you are expecting to find places to… Read More
Those who say Singapore is an expensive country may be right or wrong, depending on their itineraries! Travellers come in all pocket sizes. While it’s true that Singapore is a more expensive country compared to its neighbours, it’s also true that you can absolutely have a budget weekend in Singapore, even if it’s your first time visiting the country. But, how? Here is my recommended itinerary for budget travellers visiting Singapore over the weekend. This itinerary cover MUST-VISIT places of interest/attractions that don’t burn a hole in your pocket. I’m assuming that… Read More
Woohoo I finally visited another theme park in Singapore. This post is about Adventure Cove Waterpark in Sentosa. If you have never heard of the park, it’s understandable. It’s less popular than its sisters, Universal Studios Singapore and SEA Aquarium. But it’s totally different from USS or the aquarium. So, what is Adventure Cove again? Well, it’s a water theme park with slides, rides, and so many more exciting stuff. I can’t wait to write all about them! Let’s start!
Hidden in the deep east, Wild Wild Wet may not be as famous as Adventure Cove in Sentosa. Wild Wild Wet is probably more well-known to locals rather than tourists. I’ve visited Wild Wild Wet a couple of times before. My latest visit was during my staycation at D’Resort this year, and we were thrilled to find new slides! If you’re planning to visit Wild Wild Wet, here are 10 things you should know before visiting.
What do you do when you desperately need a change of scenery yet can only take 1 or 2 days off from work? Have a staycation! To be honest, this is the first time I have a real staycation experience. For me, a real staycation is the one where I do not leave the hotel compound at all during my stay. Wouldn’t it be boring to spend all your time at the resort? Not really! I will share about how we spent time in D’Resort @ Downtown East during our 2-night stay.
For 8 YEARS, I’ve been a holder of Priority Pass, which allows me FREE 2 visits per year to airport lounges around the world that are listed in Priority Pass’ directory. But I’ve never visited any airport lounges until this year! Aren’t I an idiot? I. Simply. Can’t. FORGIVE. Myself!
The NEW staff canteen at Terminal 1, Singapore Changi Airport is now open! This canteen is quite hidden like the staff canteen at Terminal 2. Here, you can find local food at affordable prices, mostly below SGD 5. Some dishes are priced between SGD 5 to 10.