I’m so excited to write about this city! We finally had a day in Singapore where we weren’t stressed about getting back on the ship for our early all-aboard time. Singapore was our home port for over four months where we saw a lot of the city and ate so much food. Oh my gosh the standards of eating in Singapore are so high and seriously everything tastes so good! We usually made our way from the port to any location in the city by either the MRT (Mass Rapid Transport), or by Uber. I love love love Singapore! Everyone is so nice and friendly, and with impeccable style, yet I couldn’t live there, it’s way too hot for me!

On this particular day it was during our 10-day dry-dock. Alex and I were so pleased to enjoy this day on our own schedule. We started off by eating brunch at Common Man Coffee Roasters. This place serves amazing food and Alex was all about purchasing the best beans for his coffee all contract. He would go on hunts for the best beans, and when we came across Common Man we definitely came back for seconds. So this restaurant was just the place to start our day.

We headed to the infamous Marina Bay Sands Hotel to check out the city from the Observatory Deck. Singapore just reminds me of the perfect Sims City. The way it has been structured with so much thought and love. And it’s still growing! I don’t think there is any flaw to this city, I’m constantly impressed by it! The view from the Observatory Deck was so surreal. You can see all of the main attractions like Gardens By The Bay, Downtown Singapore, The Singapore Flyer, and beyond.

Alex and I made sure to really embrace this day. We knew it would be our one and only chance to really enjoy our time. We walked to the Singapore Flyer via The Helix Bridge. This bridge gives you endless amazing views of the city. I stopped so many times to take pictures!

The Singapore Flyer was really cool. We enjoyed the sights of the city as it became a beautiful evening. It was wonderful to see the city from this angle, especially at night. We captured some decent photos, and it was well worth the trip!

We ate at this amazing Italian restaurant along the bay which I do not remember the name! AH! That bugs me so much but we did end up checking out the Makansutra Gluttons Bay food market which was ridiculously busy. I wish I had room in my belly for more food once I saw how busy and appetizing all the food looked.

At the end of the evening we made our way to 1-Altitude. It’s Singapore’s highest bar with a 360 degrees view of the city. I drank a few Singapore Slings and checked out the city from the top of the world. In that moment I felt really lucky in my life to be doing what I do. Exploring, traveling, skating, and spending unforgettable days with my amazing husband. I can’t believe this life that I get to live.

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Here is some extra information about the Marina Bay Sands HotelGardens By The BaySingapore Flyer, and Makansutra Gluttons Bay.

If you want to have amazing coffee in Singapore, check out Common Man Coffee Roasters!

Don’t forget to have a Singapore Sling at The Altitude Bar!


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Lots of love, Lotta xo


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