WHAT TO EXPECT?
HOW LONG TIME DO YOU NEED IN THE CLOUD FOREST?
HOW LONG TIME DO YOU NEED IN THE FLOWER DOME?
HOW LONG TIME DO YOU NEED FOR THE OCBC SKYWAY AND SUPERTREE GROVE?
Visit one of Singapore’s most popular indoor and outdoor attractions
Walk 22 meters up in the air and enjoy beautiful views
Amazing photo spots
Lots of beautiful flowers and plants
Explore three unique gardens
Wander around in the world’s largest glass greenhouse – the Flower Dome
Admire the world’s tallest indoor Waterfall in the Cloud Forest
Learn about each geographical environment and how climate change affects the plant’s life
HOW TO GET HERE
Alight at Bayfront MRT Station (CE1/DT16)
Take Exit B and follow the underground linkway
Exit and cross the Dragonfly Bridge or Meadow Bridge into Gardens by the Bay
Alight at Tanjong Pagar MRT Station (EW15)
Take Exit C and head towards bus stop no. 03223 located at International Plaza, Anson Road
Hop onto bus no. 400 and alight at bus stop no. 03371 along Marina Gardens Drive
SUMMARY OF MY EXPERIENCE OF GARDENS BY THE BAY:
How To Get Around In Kuala Lumpur
Places to visit in Kuala Lumpur in One Day
1. KL Forest Eco Park, KL Tower
2. KL Tower
3. Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Merdeka Square & Mesjid Jamek
4. Central Market Kuala Lumpur
6. Dinner at Jalan Alor & Changkat, Bukit Bintang
Planning a long trip can be a daunting task to most of us. Where to begin? How to start? What is the best time? How to save money? It’s easy to get overwhelmed in the beginning, especially when this is your first time travelling. In this posting, i will try to help with some ideas how to move forward.
1. Decide where do you want to go.
2. Decide the length of your trip
3. Plan your budget or costs
4. Start saving money
5. Book your flights, accommodation & check for last minute deals
6. Plan your activities
7. Buy your travel insurance
Sometimes the hardest part about travelling to some of us is the cost. I share with you some guide to these free things to do in Kuala Lumpur so that you don’t have to worry about budgeting.
What are the biggest differences between hostels and hotels? Unfortunately, it’s a little more complicated than taking away that “s.” There are a few important differences between hostels and hotels to consider when planning your trip. In this posting, i will help you pinpoint key concerns and help you decide which option is best for you.
Whatever plan that you may plan to do in Bangkok whether to check out its incredible street food, tour the city’s countless Buddhist temples, or simply shop until you drop. You may also want somewhere comfortable and affordable to rest your head. There are thousands of choices from budget to 5 star accommodation. In this posting i will share some of my personal preference when it come to pick the best hostels in Bangkok effortlessly combine design, atmosphere and value. The list below are not in order. It is random and you may read and pick for yourself which one you like the most.
If this is your first time here, Malaysia has frequent rain showers that might affect your plans to do outdoor activities. Don’t worry though as there are plenty of things to do with a roof over your head during the downpours. Sharing with you some of the best activities to do to keep you warm and dry on rainy days in Kuala Lumpur.
Probably one of the first things that we do nowadays as traveller or tourist when arriving at a country is to get a local SIM card, mainly for their data needs. Most of the time it is much cheaper than to use our own roaming feature.
2GB for a day: MYR1 – *118*3*4*1# to activate
20GB for a week: MYR7 –*118*3*4*2# to activate
2GB for a day: MYR1 – *118*3*3*1# to activate
20GB for a week: MYR7 – *118*3*3*2# to activate
DiGi Prepaid Best: MYR8 which comes with MYR5 credit valid for 30 days and 300MB of data valid for 7 days
DiGi Prepaid Live: MYR12 which comes with MYR8 credit and 300MB of data valid for 7 days.
Roam5/Roam10: MYR5 or 10 per day for unlimited social media and messaging, plus 50MB of data.
RoamCombo: MYR15 for 72 hours’ use of 500MB Internet plus 30 voice minutes, or pay MYR25 for 2GB data plus 30 voice minutes, also valid for 72 hours.
RoamTelenor: MYR25 for 72 hours’ use of 4GB Internet and 60 voice minutes.