Where to See Christmas Decorations in Singapore 2018

Christmas decoration and lights up in Singapore 2018

‘Tis the season to be jolly! Ho ho ho! It’s the time of the year when you hear Christmas carols everytime you go out to the shopping malls. It’s the time of the year when your Facebook and Instagram feeds are filled with Christmas trees and Christmas feast! It’s also probably the season you travel. Speaking of travel, Singapore is a wonderful destination for Christmas. Every year, the country put up so many kinds of themed decorations all over the island, from Boon Lay in the west to Changi in the east,… Read More

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4D3N Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas: My First Time Cruising!

Voyager of the Seas - Singapore Penang 4 days 3 nights

Why would someone pay money to go to a country by sea and spend 24 hours on the ship one-way, when you can just take a 1-hour flight to get there? This question bothers me a lot when I was young and naive. Cruise vacation has never crossed my mind in my twenties. The young lady in me wanted to explore, explore, explore, and not sit still in a vehicle for days where there’s no network. But, as you get older, you get wiser, right? So, how did I end up on… Read More

The Carvery, Park Hotel Alexandra: Favourite Place for Buffet

The Carvery, Park Hotel Alexandra

There are less seafood and more meat in The Carvery, and I’m okay with that. Maybe I’m really a meat lover! There are endless buffet choices in Singapore. From international buffet, Korean BBQ buffet, sushi buffet to even porridge buffet. If I’m a true buffet lover, I would try as many buffets as possible. But, I’m not, so I would only keep coming back to the buffets that I love. The Carvery buffet is one of them. So, what makes me keep coming back Park Hotel Alexandra for The Carvery buffet? To answer… Read More

Things NOT to do in Singapore

Things NOT to do in Singapore

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!

10 Food I Can’t Get Bored of Eating in Singapore

Trevallog favourite food in Singapore

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

5 Places to Visit in Singapore for Outdoor Adventure Lovers

Places to Visit in Singapore for Outdoor Adventure Lovers

“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

Best Prepaid SIM Card in Singapore for Travellers

Best Prepaid SIM Card in Singapore for Travellers and Tourists

Who can live and travel without data SIM card? I CAN’T. SIM card is my second priority when I arrive in a new country, after local currency. Having a local SIM card with data gives me confidence and assurance that I can survive in a new country even if I don’t speak the language. So, I always include tips about buying local SIM card in all of my airport guides. When my family and friends visit me in Singapore, they’re always asking me to help them buy SIM cards. Choosing the best… Read More

Singapore Tourist Pass, EZ Link or Standard Ticket? Which One is Better?

Singapore Tourist Pass, EZ Link or Standard Ticket - Which One is Better for travellers

To take public transportation in Singapore, you need either cash or card. Paying by cash is rather inconvenient because you need to give the exact amount, otherwise no change will be given. Majority people use cards, but which card is better? There are 3 cards that travellers can use in Singapore: Singapore Tourist Pass, EZ Link and Standard Ticket. Each has its own pros and cons, and each is suited for different types of travellers. In this post, I write about the details of each card, followed by situations when a certain… Read More

A Weekend Itinerary for Budget Travellers in Singapore

A Weekend Itinerary for Budget Travellers in Singapore

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

Maximise Your Visit to Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore

Adventure Cove Waterpark Singapore

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!