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Cruise To Nowhere – 10 Top Tips!

With overseas travel from Singapore still on the back burner, we decided to hit the high seas again. Royal Caribbean are operating their ‘Cruise to Nowhere’ on Quantum Of the Seas until October. You can choose between a 2, 3 …

Top 5 Singapore Hikes

In my old stomping ground of Hong Kong, we were spoiled for choice with an abundance of hikes. In comparison, Singapore doesn’t quite have the terrain of Hong Kong but it is easier on the knees! Here you’ll find a …

A Visit To the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve

Located a stone’s throw away from Malaysia, in the northwest part of Singapore, you’ll find the Sungei Buloh Wetland. This stretch of mangroves and mudflats has long been on my Singapore bucket list. One of the only upsides of Covid, …

River Safari Review

In Singapore we are blessed with many attractions but not all have been reopened. My kids are still pining after Sentosa’s water park, Adventure Cove which lays dormant, gathering moss. Thankfully River Safari is a notable option as much of …

A Stroll Around Singapore’s Jalan Besar

I love venturing out to new neighbourhoods. Especially when discovered by accident. Jalan Besar is the area connecting the top of Little India to Lavender Street. Although if you were being precise, you’d say it is actually the road itself. …

Singapore Staycation: Fullerton Review

Happy 2021 dear readers. It’s been another wild ride so far. In the words of Pink Floyd, it would appear overseas travel (certainly for those based in Singapore), is a distant ship’s smoke on the horizon. Thankfully the list of …

SEA Aquarium Singapore Review

Continuing our ‘Summer of Singapore’ theme, next on the list.. Sentosa’s aquarium. The last time I visited, Miss Jetlag was a mere toddler and traveling was a whole different kettle of fish. This time I had two moaning tweens to …

Fullerton Bay Review

I don’t know about you but I never tire of staring at the magnificent Marina Bay Sands. Of course you can choose to stay there and swim in the iconic rooftop pool. But if you want to admire it from …

Exploring Singapore’s Last Kampong

With international tourism a shimmering mirage in the distance, Singapore has had to reinvent itself for the domestic market. The Little Red Dot is certainly not a bad place to be ‘stuck’ but having lived here for 3 years, we’ve …
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