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Singapore Moments

Soon, the world’s Best Airport, Changi Airport will again be open to transit passengers amidst the coronavirus pandemic. It’s just timely to reminisce the moments and share it with you here.

Our Singapore trip will always be worth remembering. Foremost, we traveled and explored this bustling city-state in the heart of Southeast Asia as a family.

Soon, the world’s Best Airport, Changi Airport will again be open to transit passengers amidst the coronavirus pandemic. It’s just timely to reminisce the moments and share it with you here.

Merlion Park is one of Singapore’s popular landmarks.

We went to Merlion Park, one of Singapore’s popular landmarks. The Merlion is a mythical creature with a lion’s head and the body of a fish that is widely used as a mascot and national personification of Singapore. The Merlion symbolizes in its fish body the ancient city of Temasek, and its lion head, the legend of its discovery.

The captivating Gardens by the Bay

We were too excited to explore the Gardens by the Bay. At a height of 22 meters, this 128 meters long aerial walk is an experience not to be missed. As dusk falls, the captivating Marina Bay skyline emerges and the entire area comes alive nightly with the Garden Rhapsody — a free light and sound show.

 

We didn’t miss to try the Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice, which is probably Singapore’s most famous chicken rice stall located at Maxwell Food Centre. It has more tourists (including us) than locals queuing up for a plate of this local iconic dish. The late Anthony Bourdain said that the chicken rice was so fragrant and delicious that it could be eaten on its own.

We also toured the Chocolate Gallery, Little India, Thian Hock Keng Temple, Orchard Road, Maxwell Food Centre, Haji Lane, galleries at Gillman Barracks, Duty-Free Shop, and enjoyed Singapore’s skyscrapers.

Indeed, travel is rich with learning opportunities and provides a broader perspective in life. Above all, it creates bonding experiences with your loved ones.

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Ruby is a true-blooded media practitioner and a journalist by profession. She served her early years as a lifestyle writer for a leading magazine and a couple of corporate engagements to which she learned the ropes of editorial work –  and dealing with almost the brightest personalities and celebrities in tinsel town. She had a very productive stint at the now-defunct AMPR Publicity and Communications, Inc. It was also during this period that she honed her skills in Marketing when she had the opportunity to serve as Committee Member at the prestigious Philippine Marketing Association. For inquiries, invites, or to send relevant press content, email the author at rubyasoy@yahoo.com. FB pages: https://www.facebook.com/precious.r.asoy https://www.facebook.com/rubyasoyph/

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