Singapore, Oh Singapore! The last time I was in Singapore was last year’s Summer. It was a school holiday and I went to visit my brother in his University. Most part of the previous trip was to see how’s he was doing in the university and a little little bit of shopping. I didn’t really go around a lot and missed the Orchard Rd trip.
To be honest, I kinda miss Singapore right now. I’ve been there for like 4-5 times but there’s still places that I haven’t visit yet.
photo by Pat Law.
First thing first is to shopping. A lot of people told me that we can actually shop in Malaysia and need not to go Singapore but I don’t think so.
photo by,deer summer
Can you find Muji in Malaysia? Can you find Uniqlo in Malaysia? Sorry, you can’t and there’s even no news or rumors that they will be opening one soon in here. The nearest place for me to visit the store and shop is Singapore! My one reason for me to visit to Singapore.
photo by chooyutshing
Are you thinking of something like Roppongi Hill, Tokyo when you see the above photos? No, it’s not somewhere in Japan, it’s in Singapore. I am still on my shopping reason for going to Singapore. ION @ Orchard is another place that I want to go and take a look. Heard that the architecture of the building is very cool and stylish with lots and lots of brands in it. I was in Orchard Rd two years ago, looking at a piece of construction yard, and now it’s done, looking so high tech. Sweetness!
Another thing is that I am not wanting to go to ION only, I want to go to all the shopping malls in Orchard Rd and shop, shop, shop. I love happenings places like this!
Dad drove us to Singapore last time. We passed by the tall Singapore Flyer on the highway but didn’t get a chance to get on one of the bus-size capsule. If this time got a chance, I must go inside, take a look. Although it will get boring after a few turn, but you can proudly tell people about your experience after it and I heard that when you are on the top, you can actually see part of Johor and part of Indonesia. Wonder is it true or not?
photo by sofvan
Do you believe that I have not been to the Merlion statue before? True, for so (not s0) many times I went to Singapore, I didn’t get a chance to go near to the Merlion. It’s everywhere you see in television, brochure, newpaper, tourism magazine, when it’s Singapore, it’s the Merlion, but yet, I am not there yet. So, for my next trip, it’s part of it already. Shopping is one part, visiting to places is another part.
photo by askii2
They say, TV say, people say the musical fountain thing at Sentosa is cool, I didn’t see it before but I would like to see it too.
Clarke Quay is beautiful right?
photo by noelmdm
But on the other side, there’s something dangerous, sexy and fun, and it’s the G-Max Reverse Bungee. Who say Singapore don’t have something exciting? I kinda like extreme stuff like this but I do already feeling scared a little bit when I imagine myself playing this kind of ride. Really, must try one day and scream! One cool thing is that this attraction opens till midnight.
Penang has Little India, Singapore has Little India too, I would like go there to take a look and see what’s the difference between these two Little India, perhaps eat some curry meal there too! =)
photo by ronald-tan
Food is another thing. I missed the street food at Chinatown. I wonder why their street food and do so well and so clean at there but not here. My teacher introduced me to try the XO Mee at Chinatown, no idea where exactly the XO Mee is at yet but I will go to look it out.
photo by geneeoh
Katong Laksa is another food that I have not eat a long time already. You cannot compare Penang Laksa with Singapore’s Katong Laksa, both are different food with different taste, it’s just the same name, Laksa.
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Penang has got good Hainan’s Chicken Rice. But frankly speaking, Singapore still has the best chicken rice, undeniable truth.
There’s like so many more places I want to go in Singapore, guess like I’m gonna do it randomly and the above are just part of my favourites and want-to. There’s still I-don’t-know-yet for me to explore.
Singapore, I am coming! But I don’t know when. Hehe. By the way, you can check out Visitsingapore.com.
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