Singapore – my most visited country, with a record of 4 visits.
This was my first out of the country experience way back 2010.
We attended a supplier sponsored training for a laboratory equipment that we purchased. I was with my 3 other colleague that time and unfortunately we have no time to explore this modern city.
Lucky I am, after a month I was chosen again to attend the part 2 of the training and this time I am solo. I didn’t waste the opportunity to check what Singapore has to offer.
Here are some of my snaps from my first solo travel outside the country. A big thanks to my tripod.
Marina Bay Sands was still under construction that time.
I think the most photograph spot in Singapore 🔽
My third visit to Singapore came 7 months after my second.
I was with my company friends for a 3d/2n marathon travel. We only have limited vacation work leave thus our itinerary became just a rushed . It’s only a weekend getaway – 1day Singapore city tour and 1 Day Kuala Lumpur tour. Imagine how fast paced our travel with almost no sleep but has to keep up with our planned itinerary.
My most recent trip to Singapore was last June 2017.
The trip is meant for my siblings- a treat for them. Being able to travel in several countries, I thought I should share the same experience with them. This is our second trip together outside the country. The first was last 2016 in Hong Kong and Macau ( upcoming trip report)
Here are some of our photos.
The futuristic garden of Singapore – Gardens by the Bay
So some of you is asking, why i keep coming back to Singapore? Because …
Singapore is small and you can easily tour around the city with their efficient public transport.
A good choice for first time traveler outside the country – not so complex transport system and communication is not a problem.
The city is super modern but still retain its mixed heritage, a melting pot of different cultures – Chinese, Malay, Indian.
The city’s picturesque buildings and architectures especially when lighted when the sun sets.
And another reason why I keep coming back is that, each of my travels in Singapore gave me different experiences as I was with different groups. My first trip was merely work related, second was my first solo travel outside and a mixture of work and leisure, third is a quick weekend getaway with my friends and the last was a treat for my siblings.
Will I still go back to SG, defintely Yes. I am sure that Singapore will still have new interesting places, architecture, activities for tourist in the coming years.
Thank you for reading.