Things I Love: Singapore

As I type this, I still have not unpacked. Vacations tend to do that to you: stump you in your movements and be trapped in a seemingly hangover, one which Berocca cannot cure.

I'm pretty stoked to go back to work though. But I don't want to move. Yes, I had fun. Yes, I wore myself out. Yes, I went shopping. Yes, I think it's a sign of another fabulous year to come, this trip.

I have seen a bajillion blog posts about SG trips and being the late SG-bloomer that I am, I wouldn't blog about the things I saw and did --- they weren't very touristy anyway. We basically got lost in the city, injected a couple of semi-tourist things into the mix, discovered the best martini/margarita in town and partied until our legs begged off. It was a very fun chick trip after all.

Oh did I mention I went shopping? =P

Here are some of my photos from a recent holiday at Singapore, the things I loved from it, in no particular order.

 At Orchard Road Station | Rubi Shoe Store
Echoing my thoughts? Yes!

Ion, Orchard Road
This time, I limited myself to window shopping lest I blow my shopping budget
in just one bag.

Artsy Fartsy Exhibits | Esplanade

SG's version of Beauty and the Beast.
For a minute, I thought I was in Japan

Dress: From Bangkok
Flats: CMG

Makansutra Hawker Centre 
Orgasmic Food. I kid you not.

 Grilled Stingray. Nom.
Thanks to Sophia's suggestion.

Because I can wear short shorts and not give a hoot.
Striped Chambray Shirt: Cotton On
Denim Shorts: Cotton On
Belt: Rubi
Flats: Mimosa
Shades: Promod
Bag: CMG

Despite the various "scents," I love SG's transportation system.
Marina Bay Train Station

And random cute, adorable babies that appear out of nowhere.
Marina Bay Sky Park

 Lycheetini at Keyaki Bar | Pan Pacific Hotel

The best view of Singapore from Orgo

Dumplings, Hor Fun, Lemon Prawns and Sugarcane Juice. Nom.
Lau Pa Sat Hawker Centre

 Dressed up ever so casually at Singapore's financial district: Raffles Place
Top: Gift from Nikki
Denim Shorts: Cotton On
Belt: Room 707
Flats: Mimosa

Hmft. But points for the sense of humor.
Merlion Park | One Fullerton Place

The Makings of a Girly Night Out.
Purses. Makeup. A Neck Massager. Heels.

Margaritas. Girlfriends. Makeup. Purses. Heels.
Cafe Iguana | Clarke Quay

Dress: Room 707
Heels: Pill Shoes
Purse: Liz's

Speaking of which <3.

Dressing up. Dancing. Champagne. Wine. More dancing.
Stereo Lounge | Pan Pacific Hotel

An Adorable Take on History.
Chinatown Station

More FOOD.
Food Street | Chinatown

Pseudo Cherry Blossom trees.
Some street on Chinatown.

Dress: Chilli
Belt: Room 707
Flats: Mimosa

Instagramming on the Street.
Because there's wi fi. How random.

Sephora. Need I say more? {thank you Liz, for bringing me!}
Ion | Orchard Road

Changi Airport. So beautiful and deserving of Conde Nast Traveler's 2010
Best Airport Award!

Airports are my happiest and saddest places.

I can't help but quote a BMW ad I've seen on the train:
Every decision you've made has led you to this moment. 

What's your favorite moment so far?