Sharing to you my first time to travel out of country alone. Nonetheless, I met my friends working and living there which made my travel more fun and spontaneous that made me so confident not to prepare any itinerary at all. Hence, expect a not so detailed article about this trip because I went a little loose of my schedule. But I think that’s how a vacation should be, right? Here’s a quick roll of my Singapore trip.
Central 65 Hostel
I booked my accommodation at Agoda and only paid Php3,758.48 for a 5 day stay which includes breakfast, wifi, and use of jacuzzi. Approximately Php750/day. The hostel was clean & decent and strategically located near the train station, stores, and restaurants. Regarding the sleeping area, I slept well because of the comfort of having A/C, and clean and soft bed. However, I am petite but I quite had discomfort in maneuvering inside the capsule. The toilets are common bathroom per building level and are clean, but the floor is always wet because of the shower areas. Also, you have to bring your own toiletries and towels because they won’t provide those. The receptionist can help you book taxi, avail USS tickets, and even print documents you need. Very convenient. Oh! And important thing, don’t forget to bring universal adapter for your chargers or cables.
-Arrival at Changi Airport, drop off at Central 65 Hostel
-China Town to meet my friends and have dinner
-Strolling at Clark Quay area
-La Salle College of the Arts
-Universal Studios Singapore
-Gardens by the Bay
-Hello Kitty Orchard Garden at Changi Airport
Too delicious I forgot their names. lol
Singapore is such a modern city, busy, yet clean and sophisticated. I completely enjoyed my stay I didn’t realize it was time to say good bye. So, that’s a wrap! No stress, just chill! Thank you dearest friends, I will all see you again soon!