Surviving Singapore with Php 5,000 Pocket Money: How we did it

I usually travel to places not normally visited by tourists.  I like discovering and experiencing things that are rarely written about and seeing views that are rarely captured by pictures.  So, Singapore was not really a place I would’ve wanted to visit because, in my view, it lacked the soul that I am accustomed to. But, my view of Singapore changed after the trip I did in January 2014.  Not instantaneously, see.  I went there with my filters on.  And, when I caught myself doing this, the experience immediately shifted to Singapore is a cultural experience in itself.  From then on, I began to see Singapore as a place worthy to be explored.

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Surviving Singapore with Php 5,000 Pocket Money: Merlion Park

Peach and I planned on spending our last day in Singapore doing something we both like – shopping! So, after doing our morning rituals, Peach and I headed to the outlet stores of Cotton On and Billabong and, of course, to have a tour of Ikea!

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Wandering in Wonderful Indonesia: Taman Sari Underground Mosque

What all of us knew was that we were on our way to the Water Castle.  But, Herman wanted to show us something he knew we would definitely enjoy – Taman Sari Underground Mosque.  That man is full of (awesome) surprises, I tell you!

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