ode to jellyfish

I just couldn’t stop taking pictures of all the jellyfish tanks at the S.E.A. aquarium. I loved the fun lighting of the different tanks that made them glow in different colors. Their slow and changing movements were fun trying to capture on my camera! Enjoy! 🙂DSC_0844DSC_0847DSC_0848DSC_0852DSC_0865DSC_0875

s.e.a. aquarium @ sentosa

I’ve been busy checking things off of my things to do in Singapore list! I’m actually almost done with all the things, which means it’s going to be time to start a new list soon. 🙂

Things to do in Singapore:

1.  Walk the tree tops at Mac Ritchie Reservoir and hopefully see some monkeys!

2. Go to the Singapore Zoo and see the pandas and maybe have breakfast with the orangutans.

3. Try to chocolate dessert buffet at the top of the Marina Bay Sands hotel. 

4. Go to Universal Studios and ride all the roller coasters .

5. Visit apparently the world’s largest aquarium located in Sentosa!

6. Run in a race! (Which I’ll get to do in April.)

7.  Attend the F1 race!

8. Find a really good Korean restaurant.

9. Go bike riding at Palau Ubin (a small island part of Singapore)

10. Ride on the sling shot at Clarke Quay, preferably before dinner.

My friend Petrina got us free tickets for the S.E.A. aquarium and I finally got to go. The S.E.A. aquarium is located on Sentosa at Resorts World.  It opened up last year and I’ve heard such great reviews from everyone who went. They had everything from fishes of all shapes and sizes, coral, jellyfish, stingrays, sharks and even dolphins! The huge glass tank at the end of the aquarium was breathtaking. I could have just sat in front of it for hours staring at everything inside. Unfortunately, my camera battery died by the time I got there, so I didn’t get any good pictures of it. However, I did manage to take a million pictures of the glowing jellyfishes. So stay tuned for another post of jellyfish. 🙂

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A Taste of Singapore

Here are some photos of the top things to do here in Singapore, and I think I did it all in a long weekend! Good thing for visitors that make you do all the touristy things. 🙂 Here are some shots from Marina Bay Sands Hotel rooftop, the Singapore Flyer, Sentosa and some good food. I finally checked out Loy Kee Chicken & Rice near my house and also had amazing brunch at Wild Honey by Orchard.