If you happen to take Cebu Pacific flight for the month of June, you might want to check page 146 of the magazine in front of your seat. Yes friends, Kurisu is in Smile Magazine for this month of June. Though the article was short, i would like to share to you the complete article that I submitted.
See & Do
See the whole city from up above the Marina Bay Sand Skypark, perfect time is when it’s almost sunset. For the same experience but lesser fee, go check The Pinnacle @ Duxton, a new government housing facility with a very nice view deck on its 50th floor.
If you really wanna feal like you’re on a real tropical holiday, Shangri-la’s Rasa Sentosa is the best choice. Located at Siloso beach in Sentosa island. It’s the only beachfront resort in Singapore overlooking the south china sea. http://www.sentosa.com
To fully experience the local culture, skip eating at restaurants and mall food courts. Go to Hawker centers, it’s where locals (young and old) gather for meals or just chit chat over a cup of coffee plus you’ll get lots of chances to try all the local foods at a very reasonable price.
For international brands, check out The Shoppe at MBS. For local souvenirs, check Chinatown and Bugis for great bargain. Or try “Pasamalang”, Singapore’s night market which usually can be found outside the city.
Never forget to try the island’s very famous chili crab, it’s an experience you will never forget. And never leave without a photo with Merlion, Singapore’s most famous icon.
Typical Singaporeans has a distinct way of conversing in english commonly know as “singlish”. Knowing when to add a “lah”, “lor” or “mah” in your sentence will surely gain you a warm and friendly smile.
Trivia about the destination
Being a small island country, the government must limit number of private cars on the road to curb travel congestion & air polution. Car buyers have to bid for a Certificate of Entitlement (COE) to allow their cars to run for 10 years. The cost of COE alone would buy a Porsche Boxster in the USA