Here it is at last i am sorry for taking so long aaahhhh x_______x I ended up actually losing a bunch of photos when I was messing with my phone, and so this post ended up being much smaller than I’d originally intended. It was pretty upsetting, which I think was part of the reason why I put off putting it up for so long; I was there for two months and only have such a small amount of photos to share ugh so embarrassing. But I have enough interesting pictures of food in here that hopefully someone will find it interesting .____. I will work harder on being a better blogger!
I’m back in the US! To be honest, I’ve actually been back for over a month now but life got in the way of posting this! Also I wanted to upload some of my post backlog without needing to edit everything to be in past tense 😛 Anyway, minus one or two things I’ve already used up/had been using and thus forgot to put in the photo, here is the embarrassing amount of stuff I bought in Singapore (and Malaysia)! There’s a whole bunch here I bought for others/split with friends/I guess my mom can have some too (hence the duplicates), but I’d be lying if I said I exercised my impressive self-control skills >_____> I have a face mask buying problem. Especially when I’m sharing my hauls with other mask-obsessed friends. half this photo is masks wtf
Also I went to Etude House so often during the Great Singapore Sale that I got all the free things >___> yes, that is an owl blanket-cape-thing. With a hood. i regret nothing
My brother pointed this place out to me at first because there was a gigantic derpy bunny balloon in its courtyard (he knows me so well!) We were headed somewhere else, so I quickly snapped a photo with my phone and looked up more info when I got home.
It’s a contemporary art museum and is quite small – I was surprised at how few exhibits there were (I told my mom it was small and she laughed at me for thinking it wouldn’t be – the entire country of Singapore is roughly the size of Manhattan). It was nice though; I went towards the end of the afternoon so there weren’t many people walking around, and I often had the entire room to myself (plus the security guard).
Hello! I’ve been sitting on these photos for a couple weeks now, haha. This heat makes me so lazy @___@
I haven’t been to Sentosa in almost ten years (maybe more? I can’t even remember), and I was pretty shocked at how much it’s changed. They’ve really built it up and there’s so much to see now! For example, Sentosa is home to what is currently the world’s largest aquarium. There actually aren’t too many displays, but what they do have is gigantic and filled to the brim with all sorts of watery goodness. I love aquariums, they don’t inspire as much guilt as zoos do for some reason 😛
The entryway is a tunnel through one of their displays, with a whole bunch of manta rays! Those are my brothers on the left 😛
I went to VivoCity, Singapore’s largest shopping mall, the other day. oh maaaaan this place is huge. I wish I had taken a few pictures, but it’s the weekend, so it was pretty crowded. Plus I was only given an hour to run around before I had to meet up with my family, since they have no way of reaching me. (one hour in the country’s largest retail center are you kidding meeeeeee) I wasn’t too interested in brands and stores that can easily be found in the States, but it’s the middle of The Great Singapore Sale (like two months of Black Friday, but without the trampling and the waking up at 3am and the long lines), and I am finding it difficult to just walk past all these 70% off signs 😛 I stopped by the Etude House booth, as well as the Sasa store, and left feeling extremely glad the Singaporean dollar is worth a little less than the US one at the moment, hahahah.
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