Tips For Visiting Universal Studios, Singapore

In case you hadn’t heard, Singapore has a Universal Studios and it is BRILLIANT. If you’re visiting Singapore with kids age 4 and under, you might want to skip it (don’t worry, there’s loads of other great attractions). For anyone …

Sightseeing Singapore Aboard the DUCKtour!

Have you ever been on a ‘Duck Tour’? I don’t mean roaming the wetlands, binoculars in hand, seeking out birds. I’m referring to sightseeing the city aboard a strange contraption that can drive from land into the water. Which indeed …

Fun At Kidzania Singapore

When we relocated from Hong Kong to Singapore earlier in the year, I was looking for ways to cheer up a rather glum Jetlag & Mayhem who had left all their friends behind.  Now Singapore is a pretty easy place …

Sightseeing Singapore On The Opentop Bus!

One of the most delightful ways to see a city is aboard an open top bus. I have always wanted to ride one but never quite got round to it in either London or Hong Kong. After arriving in Singapore …

Love & Art At The Rendezvous Hotel, Singapore

Singapore aka ‘the Little Red Dot’ is a tropical country located between Malaysia and Indonesia. Popular as a stop off point for far-flung destinations, Singapore is a fantastic destination in itself with attractions ranging from Universal Studios to the Gardens …

Singapore With Kids!

Wow, does Singapore have a lot to offer the family traveller. Perhaps that’s why so many of my friends are moving there this summer (grrrr..)  We recently spent a long weekend there and here are some tips on what to …

Hotel Review: The Shangri La Singapore

Many consider Singapore a transit destination rather than a destination in itself.  However, it really has so much to offer from its museums and gardens to all the theme parks on Sentosa. At 4 hours flying time from Hong Kong it’s also the …

Tips On Surviving Universal Singapore With Young Kids

This is how the conversation went on a recent trip to Singapore: Me: ‘Right, here’s what’s on the agenda for today.  A trip to the National Museum of Singapore, followed by a walk around the cultural enclaves then perhaps the …
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