When I told people that I was going to Singapore, the first word that uttered from their mouths was "Expensive!" and yeah the exchange rate now is quite mad but oh well..CLOSE ONE EYE!
Our flight was at 6:10am, mom and dad took us there.. can't thank them enough!
Water for the non coffee drinker.
I have a stick bird on my forehead, do you see it?
Matching outfits which were completely unintentional of course hehe. I had like an hour of sleep, explains the tired eyes :(
Our first destination was to Pasir Ris to visit our auntie and her family which included this cutie below..
Baby Jordan, stop that mesmerizing almond eyes please you're melting my heart <3 He's gonna be such a romeo when he grows up!
Julian who loves kaya toast and thinks fishballs are dirty. LOL
Lobak in 3 different styles.
First time seeing fishball noodles that also included pork meat, pork ball and prawn! It was good though, you'll not find this in KL HAHAHA! :)
There was a long queue of people waiting to check in when we got to Studio M located on Nanson Road @ Robertson Quay. After checking in, unfortunately we had to wait 2 more hours because our room wasn't ready yet.
Welcome to the second floor where the pool, gym and makan area is. It is pretty spacious but you probably can't see it from the picture. I was sort of saddened by the pool's condition, quite pathetic actually.. was really looking forward to taking a dip. Though I was thrilled to find out that their gym was sufficiently equipped with good machines and had great ventilation! So.. Gym over Pool any day!
Chilled at their in-house deli MEMO while waiting for our room.
The heavenly bed in Studio M! It literally gives you the quicksand effect and the percentage of you getting out of bed especially after a tiring day is a sure 0. I won't lie though, I was quite surprised at how small the room was because in pictures it looked much bigger.. fooled by great photography pfft.
Studio M is famous for their conceptual loft rooms and I wouldn't deny how cool it is having a personal staircase in our room that led to a sofa bed and study table, though it did end up being pretty redundant as we didn't use the upper floor.. (sucker for cool things) The shower and toilet bowl were in separate small rooms. The size of the rooms are real compact like ngam ngam for you to stand and bathe and ngam ngam for you to pang sai and pang jio *ehem* HAHAHA!
Fortunately for the huge window that allows plenty of light to enter and the incredibly high ceiling, it was no doubt a lovely and cozy room.The corridor was the perfect spot for an OOTD picture! #lightingOnPoint
Wild Honey @ Mandarin Orchard for an early dinner!
Pulled pork sandwich YUMMM!
Brioche french toasts stuffed with grilled mango and served with vanilla scented mascarpone, hibiscus infused berry compote and maple syrup.. just urgh so good!!
Day 1 was just filled with endless walking along Orchard road, from mall to mall.
An early night for us, was oh-so tired from the lack of sleep and walking. I also planned to exercise the next morning.. I mean just look at that double chin! hahaha!
Stay tuned for Part 2!