A week ago, I attended the media preview for a sneak peek of the lobby that will be unveiling to public on 2 June 2016. The Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel lobby has a massive makeover which started end November 2015. The new concept is modern, vibrant and eclectic and embodies the best of the East and West. Continue reading [SG HOTEL] SNEAK PEEK ON THE GRAND COPTHORNE WATERFRONT HOTEL’S INTEGRATED DINING DESTINATION
My first virgin onsen (hot spring) experience was during my trip to Taiwan!And thankfully I no need travel out of Singapore to have the experience again. The is because we have it in Singapore now!Yunimori Onsen & Spa located at Kallang Wave, Singapore. Yunomori stands for ‘hot water in the forest’. It is renowned for its unique relaxation and rejuvenation experience of marrying both authentic Japanese and Thai therapies. And why Yunomori Onsen & Spa will be your next favourite spot? Continue reading WHY YUNOMORI ONSEN & SPA IS YOUR NEXT FAVOURITE SPA IN SINGAPORE?
With the recent Hello Kitty Café opening at Terminal 3, Changi Airport this May 2016, Hello Kitty enthusiasts would never say NO to Hello Kitty! And of course, the craze continues on the month of June with the upcoming Robot Kitty Singapore. Come 11 June 2016, Hello Kitty is going high-tech this holiday season.
Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre will be home to Robot Kitty Singapore, where fans can look forward to a quest in becoming engineers at the Sanrio Training Institute. This showcase will be staged in Hall 403 for 11 days.
What to Expect?
5 Interactive Gaming Departments with well equipped with unique individual missions for Kitty’s engineers-to-be to undertake. Each completion will be rewarded with interesting parts/accessories and the challenge whirls around accumulating points via each gaming department using the Robot K. The redeemed parts/ accessories can then be used to ‘dress up’ the Robot K. This sound so interesting and fans can dress up their Hello Kitty with their own styles.
The 5 Interactive Gaming Departments are segregated into departments:
2. Quality Control
A game manual will be provided to guide through the interactive department so that you can complete the challenge. Also, keep a close lookout for the “Robot A” Check Points as these counters serves to display the accumulated points which you can redeem for something.
This is just perfect for family fun from young to old crowds.
Also, on 20th June, fans will get opportunity to meet the character designer behind Hello Kitty, Ms Yuko Yamaguchi in person. There will be autography session and a selected few will have her signature to add to their Hello Kitty collection.
Merchandise exclusive to the event will be available strictly to ticket holders. Most exciting part is that there will be collectible figures with interchangeable parts, LED umbrellas, luggage, metal-covered organizers and a kids’ line, a Mighty Eight’s first.
Venue: Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibiton Centre, Hall 403
Date: 11 June to 21 June 2016
Time: 10:00AM – 8:00PM
Prices of Standard open-dated admission tickets
For Adults: S$28.00
For Children( ages between 3 years to 11 years) and Senior Citizens (ages 65 years and above) : S$14.00
Each of the admission tickets will come with a Gaming Card. The Gaming Card can only be used for experience purposes without the ability to accumulate any points.
Robot K is sold separately at S$38.00.
Purchasing of tickets can be done via Robot Kitty’s official website and selected retail partner stores.
More details and updates on Robot Kitty Singapore is available at http://www.robotkitty.com.sg or check out their Facebook Page here.
Its spring time and we have Sakura in blooms at Gardens By The Bay, Singapore this year. I no need to pay expensive flights to go Japan to witness the sakura. Gardens by the Bay’s latest floral display. “Blossom Beats” is happening till 27 March 2016. I was there on Sunday evening and there were a huge crowd queuing to purchase tickets. The queue was estimate at least 45 minutes just to purchase the tickets. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] SAKURA (CHERRY BLOSSOMS) IN BLOOMS AT GARDENS BY THE BAY WITHOUT PAYING FLIGHT TICKET TO JAPAN
Chingay is the largest street performance and float parade that happens in Singapore every year. And Chingay 2016 is happening on 19 and 20 February at F1 Pit Building.I was there on Friday (19 February) with my friend. It was raining cats and dogs and I was almost wet. It was an experience watching Chingay under the rain. Thankfully, the organizer has arranged ponchos for audience. So, I am saved from drenched but my jeans and shoes are all wet though. Continue reading [SG EVENT] CHINGAY 2016- LIGHTS OF LEGACY, BRIGHTER SINGAPORE
After so much of CNY feasting post, I am going to write about my experience at Singapore’s Trick Eye Museum that was hosted by TIN Influencer Network during December 2015.Trick Eye Museum originates in Korea in December 2010. And Singapore is the first stop of Trick Eye Museum’s foreign venture located on the island of Sentosa.
Trick Eye Museum is globally recognized for its art technique in transforming 2D paintings and sculptures into the effect of 3D optical illusion. So, visitors can take creative photographs on the masterpiece. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG]EXPERIENCE THE TRICK EYE MUSEUM AT RESORT WORLD SENTOSA
Although Mid-Autumn Festival has just over, we can still have post-celebration by visiting the flower exhibition at Gardens by the Bay. I visited the Celebration of Chrysanthemums exhibition which is still on display till 10 November with my friend last Saturday.
Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] “Celebration of Chrysanthemums” GARDEN TRAIL 2015
Singapore’s first Sustainable and Design Show for Eco-Lifestyle Consumers is happening from 4th -6th September, at Expo & Convention Centre, Hall D , Marina Bay Sand. If you haven’t made any plans over the weekend, drop by to here to learn more about eco lifestyle. There will be many exhibits, workshops, activities and the marketplace of eco-friendly products throughout the 3 days.