It’s been a while since travels across borders are allowed due to current pandemic situation. My family and I have been reminiscing about our trip to the Land of the Merlion. We took the trip back in 2019 and really enjoyed ourselves as we rendezvous through Singapore’s tourist and local hotpots.
into Dorsett Singapore for our trip and was pleasant satisfied with the
beautiful hotel and its modern contemporary design. Location was also excellent
as the hotel is set above the Outram Park MRT Station, making its easy for us
to maneuver around the city through public transportation.
Room had a lovely city view. We requested for an extra bed as well for our
little one. Equipped with all essential and a little more of room and bathroom
amenities, this hotel is one of the nicer and premium category hotels in
Singapore. We stayed 3D2N and was indeed well-rest with the hotel’s premium bed
for a hotel that best caters to your needs are now as easy as it can be.
Such websites now offer plenty of options and prices with hotel guest reviews
that helps to reiterate your needs on hotel stays.
We visited Singapore’s
Science Centre on our trip and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. It was truly a
very knowledgeable experience and we also had a blast taking lots of photos.
One of the must- experience at this Science Centre is their Omni-Theatre where
we catch the amazing Great Bear Rainforest show in Southeast Asia's first 8K 3D
Digital Dome Theatre.
plenty to do and one can certainly spent half day to a full day there easily
exploring all science displays at the Atrium. Also do check out their Professor
Crackitt’s Light Fantastic Mirror Maze, Laser Maze Challenge, E-mmersive
Experiential Environments, Butterflies Up-Close, Marine Alcove and more.
savored several yummy meals in Singapore, one of our most highlight was in
Chinatown in the city. Despite the many choices available there, we settled for
Chinatown Seafood and was happy with our choice of their wide range of
off, our Xiao Long Bao was pretty decent, considering this is not a dim
sum restaurant. Each dumpling was filled with that delectable hot broth encased
in thin skinned and beautifully pleated folds.
Chili Crab was divine. We couldn’t resist ordering mantao to mopped up that
thick and creamy eggy spicy gravy. The crab was also very fresh and sweet. I
would reorder this anytime again…
that also won brownie points from us was their Salted Egg Prawn Balls. Utterly
sublime, large deshelled prawns were fried and glazed in that umami savory
salted egg sauce. Truly worth its price in my books.
Our stay in Singapore
may be short but it was definitely sweet! Perhaps its now a good time to start
planning like me so that we will be ready when the borders open for travels…