Southeast Asia

Singapore in a nutshell

Hey Guys!

So here is my last installment of my Singapore videos, after this I head to Malaysia!  Singapore was absolutely amazing, I think its a beautiful country, but I’ve already said enough of that. Also,  here is the rest of my Singapore photos! If you are interested in more of the details of each of the places  in my  photos, just click on the title and it will take you to their main site.

Singapore Flyer

As I said before in my video, I HAD to go on the flyer. Now the total time for the trip took about 30 mins… or was it 1 hour? LOL, I can’t even remember. Either way, I still thought it was pretty cool. Interesting location choice though since most of what we saw was under construction. Now, I do know that a lot of the waterfront they where constructing on was reclaimed land, meaning it was once sea and now it is being filled in with dirt to extend the waterfront. Pretty crazy stuff.

Singapore Flyer 6

The pods where pretty nice, air conditioned, however, the glass was tinted blue and it made all my videos and photos look a bit off. That’s no biggy though. I also got to share my pod with this group from Melbourne Australia, they where quite the entertainment for the ride.

Singapore Flyer 11


Sentosa Logo

Oh Sentosa Island. Now, even though Singapore is right on the southern tip of Southeast Asia, most of it’s waterfront has been used for it’s ports, or is not very nice/easily excess able. However, that’s where Sentosa Island comes in. Sentosa Island is pretty much Singapore’s only beach.

Sentosa Island ME

Because of this  they have built up this huge mega structure sort of entity around this concept. There is tons of beach vendors for food, shopping, animal exhibits, bars, hotel, casino, entertainment shows, and now a theme park Universal Studios Singapore. Quite and interesting concept, I do question how much of the actual beach there was,  since a lot of it is fake and has been brought in and built up. But in a weird way, it kinda fits in with the Singapore ideal. Interesting.

Sentosa Island 4

Sentosa Island 1

ION Orchard


Here is a photo of me the Kristy, the best friend I mentioned in the video. And of course its us in front of one of the most amazing shopping centers in Singapore! Down below is a photo of the markets we went to visit, basically everything you see there was $10 SGD. However, you couldn’t try the clothes on, so it was always a guessing game, haha. AND, all the sized where ridiculously small, I was a large-xlarge there >.<



Restaurants and food galore! Had amazing Thai food here, and then ice cream that made me sick for a day! That sucked :(

Clark Quay

Random Bridge


The Merlion!! This is apparently a MUST-SEE in Singapore. It was a pretty awesome looking statue, now if your interested in the significance, click the title for the wiki article.

Merlion Nadine


Singapore Management University

Here are a few pictures from the campus that I thought I would randomly throw in since this is where my friend Kristy was studying for a term and that’s why I went down to visit her. It suppose to be a brand new campus, and it was quite lovely!


Singapore Museum

I had a bit of free time when I was down there so I decided to check out the Singapore Museum, since I do love Museum, even though they might be a bit lame to SOME people! Anyways, they have this student deal so I got to see both exhibits for I think it was $14 SGD, that was pretty awesome. Learned about Singapore history and Egypt!

Singapore Museum

Singapore Museum!

Yummy! And to end this post, here’s some Guava and Watermelon shaved ice!! hehe .

Guava and Passionfruit Random Shaved Ice

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    Daniel Johnson
    June 6, 2010 at 6:16 pm

    The Singapore Flyer looks like a lot of fun. I’ve never seen shaved ice like that. That does look tasty.

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    June 6, 2010 at 7:08 pm

    The guava and watermelon shaved ice looks awesome. Sorry to hear the ice cream made you sick:( The Flyer looks great and love your picture with the Merlion

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    p tafoya (n8ivejmz)
    June 6, 2010 at 7:13 pm

    this was a nice blog.. guess it took awhile since you had trouble lookin at the screen lol : ) and i’m one of the few who like an occassional museum visit.. keep up the good work see ya next time

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    June 7, 2010 at 2:33 am

    Greetings from Singapore!! it kinda sucks when gum is illegal here but if it wasn’t, this country would be filthy, unlike now. I love the Singapore museum. it’s soo interesting. Once, my whole class went there. Then me and 7 other friends went lost in the museum with Singapore history in it. It was really dark in there plus we were lost in the part with the coffin those scary stories of Japanese prostitutes. We almost died in there.
    Return to Singapore and STALK ME!!!

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    Michael Ray
    June 7, 2010 at 10:52 am


    Epic lulz too.


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    June 7, 2010 at 3:24 pm

    Woah really cool! So I was wondering what is your favorite place to visit since I see you have a lot of travel vids?

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    June 8, 2010 at 2:42 am

    Ignore this comment – Testing System

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    Don (dspid2404)
    June 8, 2010 at 2:43 am

    Test Only

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    June 8, 2010 at 4:52 am

    Great video. I would love to visit Singapore (or anywhere actually). I did a lot of traveling years ago but I was in the U.S. Marine Corps and they didn’t let me go where I wanted to go….hahaha….Good luck with your traveling and keep up the good work.

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    fatsu murat aksan türkiye
    June 9, 2010 at 11:13 am

    ben:) anladığım kadarıyla sen geziyorsun.gezdiğin bütün yerlerin bir hikayesi vardır

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    fatsu murat aksan türkiye
    June 9, 2010 at 11:26 am

    sana teşekkür ediyorum senin gibi bir insan iyi ki var.seni seviyorum nadine.

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    December 23, 2010 at 7:00 pm

    hey there, u can still eat gum ,just buy it from malaysia n sneak it through singapore customs ,they wont know about it .ive try it a whole lot of times .but remember NOT to litter cos it will be a $300 fine!!!!!!!!!!!(from singapore)

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