• Singapore

    The Singapore Flyer

    I’ve always loved Ferris wheels and it’s the reason why the Singapore Flyer is in my list of things to try on our recent visit to Singapore. It’s a gigantic Ferris wheel built in 2005-2007 and stands as high as a 42-storey building. It currently holds the record of being the tallest Ferris wheel in the world, and that means it is 5 meters taller than the Star of Nanchang in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province of China, and 30 meters taller than the London Eye. The Singapore Flyer has 28 air-conditioned capsules with each capsule being capable to hold around 25-28 passengers at a time. A full flight or one complete…

  • Singapore

    Off To Singapore Lah!

    Hubby and I flew to Singapore last Friday for a short belated anniversary weekend trip. We’ve been loyal to Singapore Airlines but since their airfare rates went insanely expensive about two weeks before our flight, we had to look for another airline and we were fortunately saved by Airphil Express, a budget airline from Philippine Airlines. What’s good about it is that it arrives in Terminal 2 of Singapore’s Changi Airport, not in the Budget Terminal. For those of you who are wondering about the common airlines that fly from Manila to Singapore, here’s a quick list for you:

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