Bec left early this morning which was sad but inevitable. We have had a great time visiting some of the sights in Singapore and also visiting Sibu Island, Malaysia. It was so great to spend time with an old friend with whom I share so much common history.
There are a few things on my list which we didn't manage to do, but in all, we did plenty, and as it was Bec's second visit, it wasn't a big deal to skip a few things.
Here's what we did manage to do:

  1. Walked in McRitchie Reservoir
  2. Ate Dosai in Little India
  3. Looked at animals at Night Safari
  4. Looked at birds at Jurong Bird Park
  5. Looked at Singapore under construction from the Singapore Flyer
  6. Had a swim at the local pool
  7. Traveled to Sentosa via Monorail and then watched Sentosa 4D Magix Show and rode the Luge/Sky Rail
  8. Looked at shops at Vivo City
  9. Ate pizza at Italian Restaurant, La Nonna, in Holland Village
  10. Ate dumplings at Din Tai Fung, Paragon

We didn't do anything too cultural or educational; it was just a fun traipse around some of the sights. We could have included the Asian Civilizations Museum, or the Singapore Art Museum, but then again we have to save a few things for next time!

3 comments

Andrea said... @ August 20, 2008 at 4:39 AM

My family loves your blog!! We have already decided that when we get to come (we're still hoping but making plans just the same), we will use your blog for our checklist and begin our Singapore adventure!

Would you consider posting about housing with kids in mind? Types of, location, schools, safety, etc.?

Milly said... @ August 20, 2008 at 8:59 PM

Hi Andrea, Good to hear from you again. Sorry not to reply to your earlier email, but I have been a lil tied up.
I will try to post something on housing and schools as I'm sure many ppl will be interested. Bear with me though as it is quite a big topic.
Milly

Andrea said... @ August 21, 2008 at 4:34 AM

No problem. I wasn't sure if you received my email or not and I know you've been busy - so, no worries.

Thanks for anything you can put together. It will be very helpful, I'm sure!

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