You met Petite when OSM! featured her in the world-famous Boracay beach. The highly energetic, passionate, and fashionable lady in the corporate world of insurance makes practical, alluring fashion as part of her lifestyle.
This week she takes us to Singapore. The fashionista is a tourist. Or call her tourist fashionista. Whichever. She is.
I was at Harbourfront Tower, following some directional signs leading to the Singapore Cable Car station. You can see above me cable cars on their way to Sentosa. It’s not the cheapest way but it is the best way to go to Sentosa which gives an aerial view of the island, including the entire Resorts World Sentosa, Universal Studios, and the Singapore City Skyline and Harbour.
At the Old Parliament House, now known as the The Arts House in Singapore is where most of the artists display their work. The art house enables the people in Singapore from all levels of society to enjoy local art. Singapore has made art accessible to all.
I love this place. My favorite. For me, this is the best Botanical Garden. It takes probably around two and half hours to walk around it. You will see a large variety of flowers and plants here and you will really enjoy if you like nature. If I head back to Singapore for another holiday, I will be here first.
The special gazebo is an iconic sight of the Singapore Botanic Garden. Its nickname is “The Bandstand,” sitting there since the early 1930s. I really took a few minutes to enjoy the tranquil surroundings.
The ground in Singapore is perfect for an evening stroll. There are so many shopping malls. According to some locals, Singapore is synonymous with shopping. It is an ironically expensive place, where, no matter the time of day, rain or shine, you will find Singaporeans enthusiastically walking downtown with bags, bags, and more bags!