–A Weekly Chronicle Series
After spending few culturally enliven days in Kuala Lumpur, my sister tag me along for a swift visit in Singapore. The plan was to see the dazzling Marina Bay Sands, shop at her much frenzied H&M store and tread into the magical nooks of Universal Studios thereafter. Agreed.
This was our first trip together, “us” alone.
As we’ve been separated for almost three years, distance quite sundered the bridge between us. But this time, sisterhood bond must was reinvented.
A fancy trip paid by her and sweet-nothings included.
Always, I’ve been thankful. She barely knows it. She barely feels it.
Few mediocre snippets of Marina Bay Sands. By the time we arrived, it was almost closing. No, I wasn’t that disappointed . These unexciting photos could tell you so, not that much, right?
We went for some fun in Universal Studios the next day. Notwithstanding the parching heat, everyone seemed happy. Everyone was beaming with excitement and inquisitiveness. The place was fledged with joy and happiness.
Although we were more into musical shows and sightseeing rather than the intense rides, it was still admirably fun! I guess there’s never really a bad day in Universal Studios.
Eight hours gone by, the day worn out apace. It was time to go home. Glancing on the first rhythm of sunset in Sentosa Bay had been good. Thank you Singapore, it was a great experience, ephemeral but still happy.
That’s awesome that you got to have this bonding time with your sister and visit here! A sisterly bond is so special 🙂
Thank you! Yes, it was special and unforgettable.We’re grown ups now and we came to know few details about us again during this trip. 🙂
Glad you enjoyed your time here! =D
Yes, absolutely. Thanks for dropping by here as well! 🙂
Hmm Singapore wasn’t on my list but I should re-think about it =) Looks lovely! Thanks for sharing =)
Yes,it’s posh and convenient there, many sights to capture. By the way, when riding the subway, just don’t mind if all people are so engrossed in their own digital world. Might seem hostile but it’s their way of life.
Always welcome to come back here. Thanks for dropping by.
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