Alright everyone, listen! LOL! It's time to brag my summer escapade in Singapore last March 31 till April 7. Oh yeah, it was that long that took all my savings away! Is it worth it? Of course the answer is a big yes! It cost all my savings but the experience and memories will remain to me throughout my lifetime that money can't buy.
Anyway, here what happened that week. I arrived Singapore at 12:00 am on the 31st of March and begun my week long journey in discovering the best that Singapore can offer. My friend Criz and her family pick me up at the airport and we took a taxi going straight to Yishun where they live. We had a very short sleep that day because they want me to really take the most of my time while I'm in Singapore. I visited a lot of places in my first day including China Town, Little India and the famous Sentosa. Wow! my first was really a blast. It was tiring but it's okey.
My second day in Singapore was my Universal Studio day. It was really fun and I almost forgot my age that time. I experienced all the rides there except for the human galaxy. I just can't afford to be thrown in the air just like that. LOL! I love all the rides that I tried especially the transformer. It was as if those robots are real. Of course I also like the rides going Jurasic park, then to madagascar and then to Shrek and Princess Fiona. I can say that it's worth the tour.
On my third day and fourth day I met two of my Intel Friends. Mai showed me the popular Bugis Street as well as the famous Marina Bay Sands. We had lunch together and discussed how they are living in Singapore. They been living in Singapore for quite a long time but also told me that living there is not that easy. We take much of our time talking and catching up and of course eating and taking pictures. It was indeed a grand reunion for us same with Irene. When I met Irene the following they she brought me to the business center of Singapore then we hop from one shopping mall to another including the Lucky Plaza which is famous for Filipinos. She let me taste food that can only find in Singapore and of course we did not forget to have a coffee break. Seeing them really warms my heart. spent my remaining days of vacation at the heart of Malaysia which I am going to tell in the next blog. For now, just enjoy looking at my pics. LOL!