This summer, I’m traveling again to Italy from Singapore. While the European Union has opened up its border to most countries, European countries are not out of the red for Covid-19 cases. If you have read about my travel experience to Italy in 2020 and my quarantine experience back in Singapore, the requirements back in 2020 have totally changed this time in 2021.
We made use of our Rediscover Singapore vouchers and spent a very enjoyable 2 hours in the S.E.A. Aquarium admiring aquarium fish tanks full of sharks, stingrays, marine animals and tropical fish, dolphins, crabs, sea urchins, corals, jellyfish, and all sorts of aquarium fishes.
The Gardens By The Bay in Singapore is iconic and world-renowned. It’s also a great location to spend on one weekend, not only for families but also perfect for first dates, or just dates!
Here’s my experience serving 14-day quarantine in Swissotel in Singapore and the swab tests, back from a trip in Italy.
Traveling to Italy amidst Covid-19 does require a lot more planning and flexibility. Preparations took place 3 months before, I booked my flight ticket in September 2020 which unfortunately had to be postponed twice as the cases escalated drastically all over Italy. I also called the Italy embassy as well as followed up with an email.
Spending a day at this astonishing UNESCO World Heritage Site is definitely worth the drive to Umbria. From medieval architecture, to the many frescoes and art pieces you’ll find in the basilica and churches, delicious Umbrian cuisines and ending the day at the fortress ruins, the Rocca Maggiore for an Instagram worth picture.
Fishing day with locals in North Carolina, United States was an eye opener for me. The one thing we all have to adhere was that one person is only entitled to 8 fishes, so after getting 8 nice fishes that we can bring home for dinner, the rest of the fishes we got to put them back into the river.
Iconic, majestic, impressive, instagrammable, stunning, beautiful, mesmerising … these are just some of the adjectives that came to mind entering into the iconic Jewel Changi Airport, right through to the centrepiece, which is termed as the world’s tallest and largest indoor waterfall. The HSBC Rain Vortex is surrounded by a …
Coney island ? is just a 15 minute ? bicycle ride from my home, am I lucky or what? So I’ve played tour guide many times to this eco island, was chased by a troop of monkeys, even ? dipped into the water at a rather private beach.
In Trento, Italy, the Christmas market is an interesting festive experience, much like a unique magical nativity scene, full of lights, food, souvenirs, singing and traditions.
Mantova, the sleeping beauty of Italy, also known as Mantua (English). Its understated beauty is apparent in the medieval architecture that one can find throughout the city.
Located near Terni, Umbria, the Cascata delle Marmore or Marmore Falls is a man-made waterfall created by the ancient Romans, standing at 165 m (541 feet).