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Outing To Singapore Bayfront And Flyer

A ladies' day out to Singapore on our own using the Causeway Link....  for the first time we were on our own, parked our car at the Giant mall and waited for the CW bus no. 3 or 4.  Either one is fine.. they will take us over to the Jurong East Mall.  Alright... credit goes to my girl... she is the one who leads the way....

From Jurong East MRT, we bought our tickets and stopped at Bayfront after going through an interchange.  Well, sounds kind of complicated... but my girl knew what to do and we just tagged along with her.... Soon we reached the Garden By The Bay.... *clever girl*
 The "tunnel" leading to the Gardens....
 So colourful...
So Must stopped to "welfie" first....
Add more colours to the colourful....
 And some dancing stint as well......
Quick, quick... before people called us "Jakun!" here.... 
Very Impressed by the works of art here....
Familiar Sight?
And it's very light!
 Presenting....
THE SINGAPORE FLYER..
The world's largest Giant Observation Wheel.....


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  1. Welcome to Singapore, hope you enjoy the trip... :)

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  2. Wow, now landed in Singapore again. Always nice to stay young. Your retirement life is fully utilise. Have an enjoyable time in Singapore.

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  3. Younger people will know their (our) way around very easily one! No problem! ;)

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    1. Yes, they catch up easily.. now i am depending on them...

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  4. What a wonderful and fun time in Singapore. It is good to go places with the young, they are quick and they are fun. Enjoy yourselves and have fun.

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  5. three young girls invading and conquering Singapore!! look, the eldest is barely 25 only!! hahaha.. :D

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    1. hahahaa... is that supposed to be a compliment???

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  6. I love all the colors, and your happy dance! I love these beautiful mirrors! What luck for perfect pictures! Did you go on the huge wheel? Is it free?

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    1. No, it is surely not free... and I didn't go cos I am afraid of heights!

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  7. A great experience. I love your wefie and of course the last picture of the flyer.

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  8. Too expensive, can't afford to go there now...everything multiply by around 2.7. Have fun!!!

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    1. Everything is expensive.. but we still have to live and enjoy...

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  9. Ya la, youngsters alwaya do research and knows what to do.. If me leh, I only like to tag along or just sit comfortably in the car.. If ask me to lead or 'tai lou', I sure panic, hehe..

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    1. I prefer not to too... just sit back and relax like you...

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  10. You always clever to do posing posing and colgate smiles! I think you should freelance for wedding studios to help the couples to pose.

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    1. Serious??? Then I think I better close shop... surely no one will come to the shop.. I am very sure! hahaha

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  11. You girls sure had fun! You can be easily mistaken as their sister :)

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    1. Thank you PH... from afar, cannot see lines.. :)

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  12. Love the last photo where you are holding the Giant wheel.

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