Visas during Career break

I admit that visas are one of the biggest contributors for the expenses during travels. And also the effort that it takes to get visas and the stress that we go through during those visas processes cannot be debated. My biggest savings during my career break will be obtaining these visas. One of my main…

Singapore airport free lounge

Since I travel a lot, I love receiving some freebies. Every time I have a transit at an airport, I end up spending a lot of money on lounges. When I arrived at Changi airport (Singapore) this time, I inquired about the lounges as I had close to a day at the airport. This is…

Singapore- My 4 days itinerary!

  Flight Tickets Singapore was never on one of the countries I wanted to visit in my recent times. This year as part of my yearly travel to India, I booked my flight tickets with Scoot airlines and my transit was Singapore. Cost from Sydney to Singapore return = AUD 1312 I decided to make use of…

The Changi Museum

The Changi museum is a museum dedicated to all the men and women who died during the line of duty during World War II. The Museum has a collection of paintings, photographs and personal effects donated by former POWs. The museum also has a chapel next to it. We were given half an hour by…

Gardens by the bay: Supertree Grove

The Gardens by the bay is a nature park in Singapore. The garden has three waterfronts – Bay Central Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay South Garden. I visited the Bay South Garden. The Bay South Garden aims at showcasing the tropical horticulture and garden artistry. The garden has four main parts – 1. The…

Universal Studios

One of the best decisions I took as part of my Singapore travel was to visit Universal Studios. Universal Studios is a theme park located on the Sentosa Island in Singapore. The Universal Studios market themselves as “one-of-its-kind” theme park and I couldn’t agree more. Booking & Pricing: I booked the Singapore Super Saver: Universal…

Kranji War Memorial

Kranji War memorial is a memorial and cemetery in Singapore, which honors men and women who died in the line of duty in World War II. The men and women were from Britain, Australia, India, Canada, Sri Lanka, Malaya, Netherlands and New Zealand. There are about 4500 gravestones lined up in cemetery. My visit to…

Wings of Time

I would like to admit that I love Singapore even more, because of the show – Wings of time. It was crazily amazing and very cool. I loved it. Period. There was nothing about the show which I didn’t like. Luckily, Singapore weather cooperated and the show happened. Okay, so what is this Wings of…

Henderson Waves Bridge

The first stop of my Singapore Island tour was at Henderson Waves Bridge. The Henderson Waves Bridge is the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. It is about 36 meters above the ground level. The bridge connects three major parks in Singapore – Mount Faber Park, Kent Ridge Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park. The bridge mimics…

Night Safari

Yes, as everyone suggested the night safari is exciting and a must do. The night safari is a zoo safari at the Singapore zoo. It is about discovering and exploring the world of nocturnal animals. Booking: I booked the tour at the Chinatown visitor center and it costed me around SGD 64. Tour: The tour…

Buddha Tooth Relic Temple

I had reached well on time at Chinatown Visitor Centre and I was waiting for the tour bus for my third stop. Since I had some 15 to 20 minutes I decided to visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, which is right next to the Chinatown visitor centre. The temple exhibits art and various sculptures…