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From Tuas To Bugis And Changi Airport, Singapore

WOKE UP WITH A HEART FULL OF EXCITEMENT... By the time we set out to take our brunch, it was almost noon.   Then we made our way to the immigration via the second link in Tuas.  The Malaysia immigration was not jammed, however we were stuck for some 15 minutes or so at the Singapore checkpoint.  Nevertheless, all was well and smooth as we drove over to Singapore happily with the help of google maps.....
Cannot recall when the last time I passed by this way to the city... 


Could not escape not paying the ERP of $5 flat rate for Malaysian cars...
Not only during weekends but for weekdays too... 
My son took me to Mediacorp to have a look.... 
Something like HKTVB? 
Impressive... 
And the famous Marina Bay... 
Never been to the top before... hope one day I will finally fork out the $20 to go up.. 
hahahaha... 
After some turnings,we reached Bugis... 
We have a couple of hours to while away the time... 
Cooling to walk around here... 
Lots of Japanese goodies to buy but no, I did not... 
We just walked around and ended up eating Old Chang Kee, the Currypuff .... 
And also a few stuff that caught my eye at the shopping mall...
Left Bugis around 4pm to adjourn to Changi Airport.... 
Waited half hour or so before my VIS came smiling through the arrival door... 
Our mission has complete in Singapore..
Driving back to Johor took more than one hour to reach...
By the time we had our dinner, it was nearly 8pm... 


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  1. Next round, you coming Johor and Singapore, u should invite Suituapui to come, hahaha....

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  2. The Marina Bay is awesome! It is good to see your son again!

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  3. A great get together with your sons!

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  4. I love to walk around Bugis Junction. So much to see and so much to buy too.

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  5. Very nice outing and I can tell you are a very happy mama!

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    1. Mama has to slow down ... walk at slow and steady pace now..

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  7. Ahhhhhhhh!!!! I was wondering why Changi, thought you were flying off somewhere again. Your son is back!!! For good this time?

    Bugis Street sure is a far cry from the tourist attraction it used to be a long long time ago...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MfVIZ3yXgiU

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  8. Your son coming back for good?

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  9. Nice! Have a great time with your sons!

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  10. You must be so happy to see your VIS!

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  11. Hehehe welcome home to your VIS! :P

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  12. A very important son! All the way to pick him. He must be grinning from ear to ear. Haha.

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