Israel, Travel

Tiberias, Israel: Day 7 – Sea of Galilee

This post marks day 7 of our biblical journey with the Church. It was part of the Hope and Grace TBN  Israel tour 2018 with Pastor Joseph Prince and Pastor Joel Osteen. Mount of Beatitudes Entering Tiberias towards the Sea of Galilee and seeing the vast green plains is indeed refreshing. It felt more like spring…

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Israel, Travel

Dead Sea, Israel: Day 6 – The Dead Sea Region

This post marks day 6 of our biblical journey with the Church. It was part of the Hope and Grace TBN  Israel tour 2018 with Pastor Joseph Prince and Pastor Joel Osteen. Dead Sea Region I signed up for this Israel Trip alone, but I was paired together with another lady just so that I…

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Singapore, Travel

AIRZONE @ City Square Mall : What to Expect

  ‘Suspended’ Indoor Playground You’ve probably seen all Facebook videos about this ‘suspended’ indoor playground called Airzone at City Square Mall (an Eco-friendly mall in Singapore) and how fun it looks! It sure is, and I was super elated that I got to visit the playground and have a ball of a time. I mean,…

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Events, Singapore, Travel

Experiencing Sentosa Through Skyline Luge Sentosa

I’ve come to Sentosa for the umpteenth time but not once have I tried Skyline Luge Sentosa which proves to be quite of an attraction among tourists here. We didn’t know what we were in for except that there are currently two new thriller tracks for riders to try. It was also raining that Saturday morning, but nothing…

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Hotels, Singapore, Travel

Hostels in Singapore: 5footway.inn Project Ann Siang

From a traveller’s perspective, Singapore is one of the most travel-friendly destinations in Asia. From budget hostels to luxury hotels, you can easily find a suitable accommodation that fits your budget. You can find hostels and hotels in almost every town or precinct in Singapore, but most of them are relatively quite good for the price you are paying. And I enjoy doing staycations at our local hostels and hotels to see how they fare with the accommodation offered in other countries.

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Singapore, Travel

Singapore’s Very Own Peranakan House

I began to cultivate this strong interest in Peranakan culture after visiting the Peranakan museum in Penang. This culture is prominent in countries like Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia where younger generations of this community still live. There is a small community of Peranankans (a.k.a Straits-born Chinese) here in Singapore, so it’s fitting that there…

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