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The Lion City Is Calling I Must Go!

Back in November last year I won free tickets to Singapore on dates June 8-10 this year and was sponsored by AirAsia Malaysia. It was a pretty amusing trip because we brought our 16-month-old daughter on board. Trust me; it’s never a boring day when your toddler is around.

This small but MASSIVE Island is so easy to get around with; the streets are such breeze, buses and MRT can take you everywhere hassle-free and the people are so accommodating and welcoming , an ideal holiday destination of families with small children.

During staycation, we headed to Harbour Front, Orchard road, Resorts World Sentosa and of course, The Merlion. We decided not to check out Trick Eye Museum or fool around Universal Studios because our budget was so tight and I don’t see the value of it for now. But we’re definitely going back for these two when Chloe gets a little bit older. So if you’re planning to stay longer or visit more tourist places in this vibrant city make sure to stash on extra money with you because the living expenses here is beyond costly.

There are so many things and learning’s we don’t get to experience mainly because we weren’t prepared for the price. But the cool thing about this trip was that, the perfect timing for the 28th SEA Games and the Sports Hub where it was held are just few blocks away from our hotel. We had free access and got to spend an hour or two getting close and personal with SEA’s best athletes and really had the pleasure of being interviewed by some student-media live on camera. Ooppss, don’t hate me coz I’m not famous yet :D

Keep some time to visit this “concrete jungle where dreams are made of” or if not you can always daydream your way of being in there as I show you photos of our Lion City’s ultimate experience.

Thanks Airasia Malaysia for the free trip.


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