Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Beautiful Christmas Tree and Fountain at Night (Resorts World Sentosa)

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Our Trip to Resorts World Sentosa (Part 2 of 2)

The Casino here doesn’t look as intimidating as the one at Marina Bay Sands. It’s a lot more gaudy too. This place is not as posh, but hotels seem more family and budget friendly. Honestly, if I had to pick … Continue reading

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Our Trip to Resorts World Sentosa (Part 1 of 2)

I’ll let the photos do the talking for now, as I am in a posting coma.  I am trying to get all the 2010 photos up before 2011 and that’s why the excessive posting.  I also like to post as … Continue reading

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Reeses Chocolates and Garrett Popcorn Enticed Me at Resorts World Sentosa

The Hershey store that has a whole area for Reeses Chocolates just smelled so darn good. I wonder if they were burning special chocolate scented candles. The aroma was so strong. The caramel corn scents from Garret’s next door was … Continue reading

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Dining at Resorts World Sentosa

There are so many dining options at Resorts World. I wanted to go to Rang Mahaal, but we ended up at Chilli’s. I’ll do a separate post on the dining experience at Chili’s. The Big Easy serves Cajun food and … Continue reading

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Candylicious (Resorts World Sentosa)

This store attracts you from afar with its Candy trees. The closer you get you see girls posing with the Jelly Beans, M&Ms and Reese’s buttercup men.  I adored the words on the posters and even the sign that said … Continue reading

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Afternoon Tea: The Knolls at Capella Singapore

If you ever make a trip to Singapore, and especially if you’re female, afternoon tea is a must. It’s an English tradition, but something that’s done really well in Singapore probably due to our colonial heritage. The Rose Veranda at … Continue reading

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Tranquility: Capella Hotel at Sentosa

I can see why Capella Singapore won the architectural heritage awards. When I come here I feel like I’m in another country – perhaps Bintan in Indonesia, especially with the view of the South China sea. It’s also so quiet … Continue reading

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My Second Visit to the Tanjong Pagar Railway Before it’s Changed Forever

This Malaysia Railway station will soon fall into Singapore hands. I am curious about how they will preserve it, but I would be sad if the nature of the stalls or stall owners change. There is a certain charm about … Continue reading

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The Marina Bay Sands Hotel

I feel that this hotel is an attraction in itself, just by virtue of it’s architecture and art installations. It must be a great place to stay for wives accompany their husbands on business travel, as it’s connected to a … Continue reading

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