I’m supposed to be doing some important work right now but I feel like I need to get this written / posted now. 😀
Just want to post all the remaining photographs I took during my solo vacation in Singapore last January! 🙂
I really wanted to go to Red Dot Design Museum ;_;
I really really love places such as this.
Too bad they were having a corporate event when I arrived!
I only got to visit the store 🙁
Nevertheless, design appreciator me enjoyed looking around~
Strolling around and experiencing a “design journey”…~
Visited Singapore City Gallery!
I enjoyed learning history and culture here!
My late lunch~
Japan corner from a department store~
Yay NIPS haha~
Took the bus for the second time!
Went back to Clarke Quay~
So many Japanese stores / shops / franchises!
Liang Court! First time to go to a “Japan Mall” overseas, hehe~
Matcha Almond something~
If you can’t go to Japan because of visa problems, go to Singapore / HK and experience Japan haha!
Opening the stuff I’ve bought~
Such a good read from kikki.K!
I recommend this to go-getters such as me, haha!
Cloud book! <3
KINOKUNIYA PLEASE GO TO PHILIPPINES *_*
Japanese magazines / E-Mooks!
Kawaii life pens!
Enjoying the stroll~
Last night.. 🙁
Thank you for the sponsored stay, 5FOOTWAY.INN!
At Changi Airport~
Wish Japan had more English book selections such as Relay SG / HK!
Last meal in the airport~
I remember smiling like an idiot while I was going back to my hostel in Chinatown. My feet were so dead tired from all the walking / detours I had to take because I got lost a lot of times (what’s new).. but the traveler in me just wanted to explore more so despite the soreness.. I pushed myself more, hence I got to visit many places in such a quick trip! 🙂
Going to Singapore at that time was definitely something that I needed most. It served as my birthday treat for myself + a huge breather from the projects I was working on. I used to be (a bit) shy in confronting strangers and asking for directions.. but after the trip, I became more “assertive” (don’t know if this is the correct term haha).. and I had this sense of fulfilment afterwards.
I got so inspired again. Since traveling costs a lot of money, I really treasure and feel every moment whenever I am given the opportunity to do so. This trip motivated me to work hard, so that in the future, I can afford more to get myself out there and enjoy my youth + this wonderful world we live in through traveling.
Singapore is a lovely place to visit. A country that is safe, rich in culture, has yummy food (addicted to kaya toast huhu)… and blessed with cool places to go.
When in Asia, go and visit Singapore. ^_^