Thursday, November 23, 2017

Cheapest Flight and AirAsia Promo via Traveloka Account

Travelling has been my latest hobby. 
I love exploring different countries, visiting their places of interest, trying out their local food, understanding their culture, appreciating their architectures, enjoying the comfort stay in the hotels and taking airplanes.

With the festive season approaching and long weekend coming, I am sure many of us are looking to spend the long weekend overseas. I have the same intention too and the place I wish to travel to for a short getaway is Bangkok.

Reasons to visit Bangkok:

1. Shopping at Pratunam Market 

This place is also Bangkok wholesale market.
The place is filled with shops along the sidewalks. Every stall got me fascinated, I was blew away by their wide range of fashion stalls available. Totally spoil for choice. The apparels were trendy too.

2. Trying the roadside stall's food

Roadside stall is a must try in Bangkok, it's part of their cultural. The fried squid eggs were served piping hot. They were fresh and tasty. They are cheap, delicious and convenient to get, sometimes even taste better than those serving in the restaurant or eatery. 

3. Visiting their train market

To visit Rod Fai Ratchada, one of the best train market in Bangkok. They have many rows of stalls line up in the market selling street food, modern fashion and bars. Just prepare an empty stomach and eat all night long over there.

4. Photo opportunity at Terminal 21

Terminal 21 has a very interesting concept, every level has a different country theme that allows the shoppers to travel the world to several world-famous cities under one roof. It was as though I have stepped into different country departure terminal. Be sure to check out their toilet. So many cute decorations to take photo with.

5. Taking ferry ride to Asiatique The Riverfront  

Asiatique The Riverfront houses many restaurants, boutiques and a night bazaar. The place is only opened at 5pm, so there is no need to come early. Coming here is all about shopping, eating and relaxing. You can even take the Asiatique Sky Ferris Wheel and get a bird eye view of Bangkok.

6. Going to Chatuchak Weekend Market  

Chatuchak Weekend Market is marked as a must-visit place for tourists. It is home to more than 8,000 market stalls selling food, clothes, merchandise, bags, shoes, plants, furnitures and many more. There were so many stretch of stalls like the photo above like it's never ending. You can really shop till you drop, totally spoil for choices.

7. Having coconut ice cream

Coconut ice cream is something to have everyday when at Bangkok because of the scorching sun and hot weather. You need something cold to soothe yourself.

8. Satisfy cravings for Thai food

It's all about eating when come to Bangkok. The price here was also very affordable, the food was savory good with generous ingredients in it, totally value for money. 

All these experiences make me want to go back to Bangkok again. The first thing we need to do when planning overseas trip is to source for flights and accommodations. Recently, I was being introduced to this travel website that has everything we are looking for including flights and accommodations: Traveloka.

So I start to search the flight to Bangkok via Traveloka's website and it shows me a list of flights from various airlines, allowing me to choose the cheapest flights. It saves me the time to visit the individual airline's website to repeatedly key in the date of my trip and check the price. In one glance, I am able to spot the cheapest flights and the ideal flying time.

Besides that, AirAsia is having cheap and promo Air Asia Ticket Price.
You can get the best Airasia promotion and deals from Traveloka. Simply register your email and enjoy up to 70% member-only discount! 

Traveloka allows us to know some of the promotions going on for AirAsia and insights to the cheapest flights available. It makes our research easier and save our money which we can use for our trip. 

Flying to Asian countries seems so fuss free now with Traveloka.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

RamenPlay + Sentosa Beach

Gone are the days where I spent my weekend at home doing assignments or blogging. Finally it's time to break the routine from being a couch potato and heading out again.

Bf got me this necklace from online, a little surprise from him. It's quite unique and I love spinning the necklace. I wore it out with me immediately.

Been craving for ice cream for a long time, time for ice cream at Cold Stone Creamery.
We ordered Cookie Mintster ($8++) that comes with Mint Ice Cream, Double Oreo Cookies & Fudge. The ice cream was very creamy and smooth, the portion was big enough to be shared between two.

After the dessert, we went in to Sentosa again because we have not finish exploring the last time we came during CNY eve. So we continued back where we stopped.

We went for an early dinner at RamenPlay.
Ramen is one of my favourite Japanese cuisine because I loved the savoury broth that contained the goodness from the meat.

After the dinner, we went to the beach for a walk. 
I love coming to Sentosa, it's the closest place to me if I want to unwind myself from the city and enjoying the resort feel.

We climbed our way up to the tower and was treated to a beautiful sight. Here is one of the best spots of the breathtaking sight of the beach.

I love wearing stretchable clothing during weekend, so that I feel at ease and comfortable. Here's one of my rare red top that was a new addition in my wardrobe. I am adding colours to my outfit to create different style.

What I like about this red top is the opening at the back, it just make the red outfit stand out and bring out the vibrant in me. Besides that, the material is cooling too. Perfect to wear on a sunny day.

Weekend is the perfect time to laze around at the beach and soaked ourselves in the seaside atmosphere.

We spent nearly an hour up here, from sunset to nightfall, chilling and admiring the scenery from the top. It can get a bit packed at times where people were climbing up and down, enjoying the view with you.

We can really stay here all day long, listening to the wave and admiring the open sea.
We both love this place so much and see ourselves coming back here again.

Thursday, November 9, 2017

The Sound of Music Opening Night

The legendary musical THE SOUND OF MUSIC has made a triumphant return to Singapore this November. 

I was bursting with excitement upon receiving the invitation to watch the musical show. The Sound of Music is a show that I have been anticipating, I can't wait to reminisce all the familiar songs from 1965 movie.

The hills are alive, with the sound of music at the MasterCard Theatres, Marina Bay Sands. The show will be running from now to 3 December 2017.

Meet and greet with Singapore’s young actors and actresses who will take turn to play the coveted roles of six of the seven von Trapp children. These children will perform in rotation throughout the season as the small and cute Gretl, the brothers Friedrich and Kurt, as well as their sisters Marta, Brigitta, and Louisa.

Catching up with Linda on her Taiwan trip.

The highly-acclaimed production comes from the home of West End musical theatre – the famous London Palladium.

The story took place in Austria where Maria, a nun-in-training, in an Abbey was being sent by Mother Abbess to the widowed Captain von Trapp's home and become the governess to the Captain's seven children.

With Maria coming into the family, she has changed the lives of the widowed Captain von Trapp and his seven children by re-introducing them to music.

The seven children are definitely the highlight of the musical. Other than the eldest child, Liesl, the remaining six children (Friedrich, Louisa, Kurt, Brigitta, Marta and Gretl) are played by Singapore's young talent. All of them did so well and very professionally. They were the stars of the night, amazed us with their vocal and act.

THE SOUND OF MUSIC touches the hearts of all ages and relives some of the most memorable songs including My Favourite Things, Do-Re-Mi, Edelweiss, The Lonely Goatherd, Sixteen Going on Seventeen, and the title song The Sound of Music.

My favourite musical score is Do Re Mi.

Do-re-mi, do-re-mi 
The first three notes just happen to be 
Do-re-mi, do-re-mi

When you know the notes to sing 
You can sing most anything

The musical ended with the family’s escape across the Austrian mountains as tensions rise prior to the outbreak of World War II.

The Sound of Music is a heart warming production that leave a deep impression in me. The legendary musical relives many familiar songs of the young and old. Watching the musical live is definitely different from watching the movie at home, it will make you want to sing along with them. Immerse yourself into the energetic performances through the whole musical.

Thanks for the great night, I truly enjoyed myself at the musical.

Catch the musical now at MasterCard Theatres @ Marina Bay Sands before the musical ended. Ticket price starts from $65 to $185. Click here for more information.


Thanks Linda for the photo.

So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, good night 
I hate to go and leave this pretty sight

So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, goodbye 
I leave and heave a sigh and say goodbye 
Goodbye!

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