You know that one thing I love about Singapore? It’s that it is super friendly for tourists! Getting around is so easy, there are maps for local attractions, you won’t feel like a lost traveler, lol. That’s actually why Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destination in Asia. Oh, if by any chance, you’ve never been here before, there are some info about the country that we think is nice for you to know.
Georgetown. One of the highlights of our last Singapore-Malaysia trip. The moment we got there, we knew that we’ll love it there, right away.
We just got back from our trip to Singapore & Malaysia. Well, it’s actually been one month since our return. But as soon as we got home, I have been busy baking and decorating cakes. And Fred has been busy with his new project. So yes, January is a pretty crazy month. And now I’m glad that I’ll be able to take two months off from February to March to prepare our wedding. (I actually don’t know what else to prepare, but I just found it a good reason to take two months off, lol. It’s an acceptable reason for most people). That means I have more time to read books, update my blog, and cook some awesome dishes!
We always thought that Singapore is just all about shopping and eating out. But when we started to look for another option, we found several really cool places that we never thought exists in Singapore! We certainly never knew that Singapore is famous for its park because we’ve never really explored its green side before.
One of the things that I enjoy the most about traveling is the feeling of being away from people. And that includes people from social media. *introvert detected* Seriously, noisy and kepo people really drains me out.
It’s crazy how my mind is focused more on Instagram and seeing other people’s life rather than enjoying my own. It’s weird that I talk to my “online” friends more that I talk to my family, who I meet every day at home. And the even weirder thing is that I enjoy all that. But at the same time, I don’t feel that it’s right either. It feels good but it’s not right.
Yep…. You read it right.
It’s been two months since I resigned from my 8 to 5 job as a software developer and now I bake and decorate cakes for a living (go check https://www.instagram.com/bakemorecakes/ to see my works! 🙂 ). Sometimes I write too. And so far, it’s the best two months ever. Fred even mentioned about how I never complain about anything anymore, that I was never in a bad mood, and that I made the right choice.
This post is about my latest trip to Hong Kong last May. It’s a pity that I didn’t take that many photos of the city, but instead, I found myself busy taking pictures of every side of Disneyland. Perhaps because it was the highlight of my trip. Like, it’s one of those days when you feel super happy all the time. Like, you don’t get tired, or bored, or angry. You’re just… happy.
As the 90s kids, I grew up with Mickey Mouse and Disney princesses. (And Tom&Jerry too). So being able to be at the happiest place on earth, to me, was like a years-long dream come true.
Oh, this post is not about tips and tricks or whatsoever. You can easily google it if you want. This one is just bunch of my photos that I’d like to share. So, enjoy!