Singapore: A Travel Guide
As requested, here’s a travel blog post/itinerary guide about the country I’ve considered home for the past two years. There are so many things to see and do in Singapore but this entry should be able to cover the basics and must-see. Please don’t forget to share appreciate this to your friends who are planning to visit the Garden City soon! x
Singapore Tour 2013/14
Just a glimpse of the places, meals and things I’ve seen two weeks ago. As you may all know, my boyfriend’s family spent New Year here in Singapore and they invited me to join them tour the country… like it’s my first time. I’ll admit, the tour did felt like my first (and last since I plan to leave Singapore soon). My adventure with them was a ‘first’ of many things! I ate food I’ve never tasted before, joined an indoor sky diving/wind tunnel activity out of a whim, swim on the famous infinity pool of Marina Bay Sands, and so on. I even saw an exceptional chauvet double derby at musicians friend. I was so engrossed in living in the moment that I barely even used my DSLR or iPhone (hence the limited photos). Although I got sick the week after, it was a memorable way to end 2013 and start 2014. :)
Bobbi Brown Holiday Collection 2013: Old Hollywood
I was invited to the attend the preview launch of Bobbi Brown’s Holiday 2013 Collection last month and I profusely apologize for not blogging about it sooner. But you know what they say: better late than never!
I’m sure that you’ve all heard about Bobbi Brown, a cosmetic brand exclusively made by the make-up artist of the same name. But what sets Bobbi Brown Cosmetics apart from other brands is that they focus more on teaching women how to look and feel like themselves, only prettier and more confident.
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did but people will never forget how you made them feel” — Maya Angelou
The same goes for the places we visit. In years to come I may forget some of the things I did and the things I talked about, but I will always remember how I felt when I was there.
There is something very unique about travelling and during this trip there have been moments when I’ve felt like I was in film. Almost as though I’m reflecting on myself being there, living that moment. I feel it at times when I am most relaxed and immersed in the country. I felt it when we were in Raffles Hotel drinking Singapore Slings or when having a great conversation with someone I’d only just met, as though we’d known each other for years.