Marina Bay Sands Hotel: Mixed Feelings

Singapore’s biggest (over 2500 rooms) and most visible hotel surely is a pricey tourist catch. But how can you resist the temptation of getting access to the Infinity Pool, probably world’s most famous overflowing swimming pool? You can’t have a dip in it unless you are a hotel guest, that is.

Infinity pool, Marina Bay Sands
Infinity pool, Marina Bay Sands

So prepare to pay big bucks for Continue reading “Marina Bay Sands Hotel: Mixed Feelings”

Pulau Ubin Island by Bike

The easiest way to discover this Singapore’s special island is to reserve a few hours for the purpose before your flight departing from Changi airport. Singapore’s international airport is famous for its different one-of-a-kind attractions (like an open-air cactus garden with views of the planes on the tarmac or a butterfly garden), but you should rather skip them for a visit to the authentic and well preserved Pulau Ubin Island.

Pulau Ubin island
Pulau Ubin island

From downtown Singapore, take a cab Continue reading “Pulau Ubin Island by Bike”