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Weekend At VivoCity, Singapore

LEFT FOR SINGAPORE after lunch in Johor and reached VivoCity around 3.30pm... It has been several years since I last visited Vivo Shopping, the largest shopping mall in Singapore.  We had to spend a couple of hours there before leaving for Changi airport... Every mall in Singapore looks almost the same to me, huge as always, crowded with people and sales everywhere.  LOL... I thought I would be holding my handbag very tightly but ended up buying some stuff all the same.  My handbag is still tight cos someone paid for me instead.... Thank you!!
After a couple of hours walking inside the mall, we came out to the Harbourfront....
Sentosa Island is just opposite... no, we did not go there...
We bought some Old Chang Kee curry puffs and relaxed here watching the train goes by...
A nice place to rest and relax.... 
Watching the boats sailed by, feeling the sea breeze on our face....
Then we got fascinated with these two teenagers... 
Who have no fear of water.... I felt Jelly-like just watching them.... 
They were doing some "Titanic" shots with the sea water just below them...
And we only left after they finished their shots.....
Just in case.... my son said..... 
Then we proceeded with our sightseeing on the Harbourfront...
A view of Vivocity from the other side... 
Yes, we ate, we walked and we ate again....
 
Soon, it was dusk and we left VivoCity to proceed to Changi Airport....
Bye Singapore!



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  1. Nice sea side; I love sitting there and watch the boats and yachts.

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  2. Beautiful sights. Nice place to explore and enjoy the sea breeze.

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  3. you and your boys are looking good. vivo city looks almost the same as when i last visited it in 2006. so sad to say goodbye at changi airport.

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    1. Thank you Mun! My last visit was way back too..

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  4. You are so very blessed to have children who love you so much, and also like to be with you and have adventures. This is the cutest kid's train I have ever seen!! The sign is very pretty and colorful, just perfect for photos!

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    1. If only my camera can bring more credit to the pictures.. hahaaa

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  5. I love reading this post, what a wonderful day you had at Vivocity and Harbourfront, so nice to be eating curry puffs and relaxing there, Old Chang Kee Curry Puffs are quite nice

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    1. Yes, each time I go, I sure wanna eat those puffs..

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  6. This wasn't there the last time we went to Singapore...so long ago. Can't afford now, the exchange rate alone is killing.

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    1. Yeah, I don't remember seeing that sign too when I went last time..

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  7. This place seems like a nice place to go paktor and evening stroll, hehe!

    That teenagers, haha! I bet they don't know you were taking photos of them eh?

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    1. Yeah, paktoring is best... hahahaa... I think they are around 10 or so.. only.

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  8. Vivo City is always very crowded with people every weekend...

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  9. Glad to hear you still go on holiday with your children.

    A well known blogger counts her blessings daily that her eldest son still accompany her mum on her daily walk and have coffee together. She is probably in her 50s. She tells her reader how much she enjoyed the bonding because there will come a day when the son decide not to do it anymore.

    I have not been to Singapore for years. Hope to visit there and catch up with blogger friends.

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  10. Lucky mama got her items paid for. Next time can go shopping without handbag!

    I like Vivo City for some reasons, like its airy layout and space outside.

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