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Where to go this Christmas in Singapore


1. Orchard's Christmas Fountain




Enchanted Christmas Fountain


2. Orchard Central Christmas Love




I've felt Christmas Love while passing by at Orchard Central in Singapore. 


3. Paragon's Christmas Bulbs



Playing around in Paragon's Christmas Bulbs at Orchard, Singapore. I guessed we've gathered more than 7 dragon balls.


4. Orchard's Christmas Tree




Inside the Enchanting Christmas Tree in Orchard, Singapore. Ring the bells for good cheers this Christmas. 


5. Ion Orchard's Purple Christmas



Purple Christmas at Orchard Ion,Singapore. Big Christmas Balls and Big Gifts means Big Smiles for everybody. 


6. Christmas Walk in Orchard Street


Walking along the streets of Orchard holds many wonders to see. A kaleidoscope room that made me smile from ear to ear, dancing stair lights, a beautiful sight of a father holding his child, an adorable Mr. Suave/Swag King and the delicious kids-worship-this Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Christmas Tree.




7. Marina Bay Sands Water Show


It was a calm night, a fantastic idea to walk around and explore the city. Together with a good friend we were like kids walking endless as if there's no tomorrow. As the night was starting to fade, it was a good thing we dropped by at Marina Bay Sands Mall before heading home. It was a great way to end our night with such a splashing water show. People watched as wide array of vibrant colors, bubbles everywhere and lights dusted the night. Christmas Carols were sang and the people swayed to the beat of the sound.



On the other hand  my friend and I missed our out of reach home terribly. I realized that only a few people are strong enough to fly away and handle this kind of longing. I admired this people because I myself has experienced it. An MRT ride will take you to Marina Bay Sands, just alight at Bayfront Station and off you go outside and the fancy mall welcomes you right away.


Bubbles!


8. Tangs Christmas Winter Theme




Dream-like white lights feels the street of Tangs Plaza at Orchard, Singapore.


9. Christmas at Changi Terminal 




I can feel and see the spirit of Christmas even here in Changi Terminal Airport in Singapore. An extraterrestrial Christmas Tree and two reindeers with bright lights entertained me as I wait in line for my boarding time. 


10. Robinson Mall Santa's Workshop 




Everyone who passed by Santa's Workshop always have a big smile on their faces. It's near Robinson Mall at Orchard, Singapore. 


11. Santa Claus in Orchard



Santa Claus is coming to Town! I just love to say that, he's actually in town now. I found him along the streets in Singapore and inside the Paragon Mall giving lovely cheers and good wishes to everyone.


12. Sentosa Island


I feel like it's always Christmas feels in Sentosa Island. The land of fun and excitement in Singapore.


Hello 2013 soon! It's a new year another book of empty pages to fill up this 2013. A firework looked like a man with the brightest light as it's head or I see it more as a candle. It makes me smile to know that I had a fantastic fun filled year and now this candles shows that i would have a more brighter life this year. May God continue to shower my loved ones with blessings , good health and more happiness in life. I say Amen to that. Another picture that took me by surprise is this side view image of a person smiling, it looked really creepy. However , it's how you see things that matters. The image has a smile on it's face, I'll be meeting new challenges this and eventhou it may look sour I would still have a smile on my face. Fight! I'll be heading to another country and it only means meeting new people. Each individual I meet opens a new chapter in my life and I'll be more than happy to discover what new adventures this year have instill on me. 

Merry Christmas Everyone! Have fun and be safe ^__^




Itinerary Reminders:

1. Flight Details
Make sure to write down your booking reference number, be at the airport two hours before your flight and allocate time for your travel to the airport.

2. Accommodation Details
Write down your hotel/motel/resort/bnb booking number. Contact your place to inform them around when you'll be arriving — it really does help.  Also, ask if your accommodation has any discounted activities.  You'd be surprised!

3a. Transportation
List possible times your bus/train/boat arrives and leaves so you don't miss an activity.  Always give yourself an extra 30-45 minutes in case you get lost, get stuck in traffic, or are looking for parking.  Better early than late.  Of utmost importance: check for the last trip and fares!  So you still have time and money to get back.

3b. Car Rentals
Take note of your pick-up address and time allotted.  Our last car rental told us to bring the car back by a certain time with a certain amount of gas.  Allot money for fuel and parking.

4. Budgeting
Set aside a minimum and maximum spending amount for: meals, transportation, entrance fees, activities, souvenirs and emergencies.  3 meals a day + snacks adds up quickly, so keep track!  As well as tips for restaurants and activities.

5. Activities
Call to confirm your booking(s) a day or so beforehand.  Set alarms and/or calendar reminders for things you plan to do (i.e- bungee-jumping, river-rafting, or even city / food tours).


Do you want more adventure?

If you still have one more day to spare why not go take a bus to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and see the World's tallest twin tower or also known as the Petronas Tower.

Where am I going next?

My next adventure is having a short weekend getaway at Batam, Indonesia. 

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