I finally got around to documenting what a weekend in Singapore looks like for me. Not all weekends are the same. This filming was unplanned. So my Saturday was stay-at-home while my Sunday was at the nearby beach. I enjoyed making this video. Hope you like it too! I provide timestamps on both Saturday and Sunday.
Waiting at the airport doesn’t have to be boring.
Especially if you’re at Changi Airport. Where to hang out? Jewel Changi Airport. An incredible crossroad of airport, nature, and shopping mall. ❤
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Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 4 opens October 31, 2017! They built it in under three years. It’s situated where the old Budget Terminal used to be. Terminal 4 or T4 is not connected to Terminals 1 to 3 via the Skytrain service. But shuttles will be provided.
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The open house was a wonderful opportunity to check out the Fast and Seamless Travel (FAST) feature. These include the self check-in (already available at the other terminals), automated Bag-Drop and Boarding Gates with facial recognition technology, and new centralised screening areas.
It is a sparkling new compact terminal that will service budget carriers like AirAsia and Cebu Pacific. It will also cater to Cathay Pacific and Korean Air. Changi Airport is Skytrax World’s Best Airport for five consecutive years. Business Insider describes it as having “received praise from flyers for its beautiful architecture, efficient operation, luxurious amenities, and dining and shopping options.”
Other upcoming megastructures include Project Jewel, a lustrous facility with vortex waterfalls that will bridge the first three terminals together. And a fifth terminal megastructure with a new runway set to open in the next decade.
Here’s our little peek at Halloween Horror Nights 6 at Universal Studios Singapore (Resorts World Sentosa). This was recorded during Partner’s Night so the select rides were not open during our visit.
Halloween Horror Nights 6 was beautifully crafted and we had a great time. Much love and kudos to the cast behind HHN6. I can’t even imagine not just the prep but being in character throughout the night.
The Singapore Night Festival is on its ninth year! My friend Greg and I dropped by the first night of the four-day event (running over two weekends). It felt impossible to capture everything all on one night.
Take some time to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Singapore Night Festival! Totally worth it! I might go back next weekend if there’s still time.
This was also an opportunity to try out my new Canon G7X Mark II in low lighting. Honestly, I love the colours! See my latest episode below.
I had a ‘fishy’ time trying to produce an episode in Tagalog. I can’t even pronounce “maalinsangan” correctly! I hope you enjoy watching my new video (as much as I had fun making it). ‘Donut’ forget to like the video and subscribe!
I only recorded a few videos during my trip to Hong Kong last month. This is my attempt at putting together a visual story using the photos and (limited) videos I took. Enjoy!
Got my blog up and running again. It was down over the new year because I screwed up with the WordPress installation. Strange. I’m still on holiday in the Philippines. Here’s a video recap of how we celebrated the first moments of 2015.
Happy New Year! Cheers to all of us in 2015. 🙂