We woke early and there’s some happy music blaring while people were already making their way to Universal Studios at around 8am. Family photo! Unlike the one in Singapore, we didn’t have to wait too long in the queue before we entered the park as there’s many counters. We had bought our Universal Studios tickets… Continue reading Osaka Travel with Kid! Mar 2018- Day 2: Universal Studios Osaka Part 1
We took advantage of Fly Scoot’s promos last October and bought tickets to Osaka in March 2018. The total worked up to SG$1753 (2 adults, 1 child). We arrived in the evening! Super Mario greeted us, keke~ After clearing the customs, we headed for the Kansai Tourist Information counter… To get the Osaka Amazing Pass… Continue reading Osaka Travel with Kid! Mar 2018- Day 1
I recently renewed my passport using iCollect, it literally only took me 5 minutes to get my new passport! So I thought I’ll share my experience here. 🙂 Renew passport online- Instructions here. You’ll need to prepare your passport photo (Just take a clear photo using your phone will do. If you have bangs, remember… Continue reading Collection of passport via iCollect- No more queuing!
We started the day off with brunch at Big C Supercenter, a Japanese restaurant recommended by K’s friend. It was decent, but a bit pricey. Just a few streets away was our destination of the day: Perhaps Rabbits! It’s a cafe with an Alice in Wonderland theme, totally instagram-worthy! Look at all the kawaii desserts!… Continue reading Bangkok Travel Aug 2017 (Pt 6)- Perhaps Rabbits’ cafe and (Un)fashioned cafe
This is a mall that I would definitely bring my kid to as it’s a whole entertainment centre in one- Terminal 21! It’s a 9 stories mall with a supermarket, shops selling apparels, shoes, bags, sporting goods, restaurants, spas, IT products & even a movie theatre. I wanted to try this but was too full,… Continue reading Bangkok Travel Aug 2017 (Pt 5)- Terminal 21, Mr Jones Orphanage cafe, Gedhawa and Asiatique
This was a place I’d never visit when I was young. Bangkok to me, equates “shopping”. But now that I’m older, I find myself appreciating and wanting to seek out what I’d previously dismissed as “boring places”. I’m talking about the Maeklong Railway market. It’s a long way out from Bangkok. First, we got to Mochit… Continue reading Bangkok Travel Aug 2017 (Pt 4)- Maeklong Railway Market
After lunch at Omu, we went cafe-hopping cos apparently there’s a lot of them in Ekkamai. This is Ink & Lion… I love how the cakes are so tiny! Really cute & guilt-free indulgence 🙂 We didn’t eat there though, but headed towards Peace Oriental Teahouse (it’s relocated since after our last visit), where they… Continue reading Bangkok Travel Aug 2017 (Pt 3)- Peace Oriental Teahouse, Greyhound & After You cafe