4 Characters that You See in a Bus

Nov 06

Most of the time, people do not care about each other in the bus. All of them are busy. They just mind about themselves without knowing that they are unconsciously thinking about the person they said they don’t mind. However, sometimes many individuals easily share something or perhaps talk about anything that they have in common. It can also be their experiences in life.


1. Shy but Easy to Talk To – There are different people inside a bus and it varies from time to time. There are jolly people and there are shy ones. The jolly ones are the easy type of people to talk to while shy people are hard to talk. However, there are shy individuals who are easy to talk especially when you get close to them.

2. The Angry Bird – These are the type of people who are just angry about anything and they have brought it in the bus. Even though you do not know about what happened, you still know it on his face that there is something that happened.


3. The “Mr. Bean” – They are almost the same with the TV character “Mr. Bean.” You can easily notice them because they act differently. However, they have distinctions from the TV character because you will see them act like they seem to have a problem with anybody.

4. The Liar – You may not see them but when you have a feeling that he’s close to you, just remain calm and do not run.


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Full Moon Party

Apr 10

If you are a party animal, the Full Moon Party should never be missed. What is about this party that draws many people? The pull is attributed to the moon and the beach. Tourists come to Koh Phanga in Thailand to join other 10000 to 30000 party-goers. The next party is scheduled on February 15, 2014.

beach party

Here are the things that you should expect during the party:

  • Description: The Full Moon Party is held every month. The party will begin at dusk and it will end at dawn. The yellow moon seems to give energy to people as it appears over the white beach. At dusk, tables will be lined up with lit lamps. The sight is simply overwhelming and breath-taking.
  • All-Night Beach Party: All throughout the night, expect dancing. DJ’s will play for everyone from techno, bass, drum and many more. Apart from the dancing, you should expect overflowing alcohol, jugglers, fire shows and firework displays. The atmosphere will be perfect.
  • Safety: Do not worry about the safety of the party. Though drugs are prevalent, there are laws and police enforcements that are strictly implemented. The presence of uniformed and undercover police will surely appease you.
  • Planning: Expect that hotels are fully booked during this time. It is advisable that you book beforehand. From the hotels, there will be a local transport that will bring the party-goers to the party area. The entrance fee costs 100 baht/person. If you are thinking about the transportation, it costs about 300 to 600 baht.

What are you waiting for? Better book your travel to Koh Phanga and bring your friends with you. If you cannot make it on February 15, you have another chance on March or April.



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Delectable Treats for Foreigners

Nov 10

Now, let’s talk about that four-letter word that all of us crave for every day of our lives. It’s something that any person in the world recognizes. It’s something that has kept the human race in existence. Have you guessed it already? If you answered love, well, sorry but that’s not the word I’m looking for. I’m talking about FOOD.

But food isn’t only meant to sustain us; it’s also something that gives identity to a country. For example, when you say America, you’d think of burgers; when you say Italy, you’d think of pizza or pasta; when you say China, its noodles; and when you say Singapore, what do you actually think of?


Well, most Singaporeans consider chicken rice as their national dish. As the name implies, it is made of steamed or boiled chicken placed on top of oily rice, served with sliced cucumbers. But other than this, there are actually several foods that you should definitely try when in Singapore.

Craving for seafood? Chili crab is something that will truly make your mouth water and will leave your plate empty. It’s so sumptuous that you’d probably forget your poise when eating this.

How about an Asian version of the kebab? Have you ever had satay before? It’s marinated meat skewered on a thin bamboo stick or a stem of coconut leaves. The grilled meat itself is already delicious, but you should also try dipping it in the peanut sauce so that you’d get a lovely mixture of sweet and spicy.

These are just a few of the many other Singaporean dishes that are definitely a must-try. Once you’ve tried the array of dishes that Singapore has to offer, don’t be surprised to find yourself wanting more.

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Where to Eat the Best Chinese Foods in SG

Jul 16

Chinese cuisines are popular not only in Asia but around the world. Singapore’s population is part Chinese therefore Chinese cuisines are very popular here. Chinese and non Chinese enjoy Chinese cuisines. If you love Chinese cuisines, you should know where to get the best food in town. Here’s a list:


Royal China

Royal China is located in Beach Road. The restaurant is considered the top Chinese restaurant. It offers Cantonese cuisines with reasonable price. You must try their Peking duck, Cheung Fun, Dim Sum, Lobster noodles, desserts and may more. The price ranges from S$45 to S$55. They are open from Monday to Saturday (12am-3pm and 6pm-10:30pm) and Sunday including public holidays (11am-2pm and 6pm-10:30pm).

Min Jiang

Min Jiang is located in Rochester Park. It is a Chinese fine dining restaurant. They offer shark’s fin and Beijing duck. The price ranges from S$30-S$150. They are open every day from 11am to 2:30pm and 6pm to 10:30pm.

Wah Lok

Wah Lok is located in Carlton Hotel. It is a Cantonese restaurant. The ambiance is quite good with many chairs and private rooms. The restaurant received many awards. You must try their Shark’s Fin, Baked Cod, Peking duck, Dim Sum, desserts and many more. The price ranges from S$12 to S$100. They are open daily from 11:30am to 2:30pm and 6:30pm to 10:30pm. They are open from Monday-Friday (12pm to 2:30pm and 6:30pm-9:30pm) and Saturday-Sunday & Public Holidays (11:30am to 2:30am and 11:30am to 2:30pm).

Hai Tien Lo

Hai Tien Lo is located in Raffles Boulevard. This restaurant presents guests with Cantonese cuisines. The restaurant offers the best Cantonese dishes plus great sceneries (since they are at the 37th floor). You must try their Bird’s Nest soup, Cantonese soup, Dim Sum, Soft Shell crab, Roasted chicken, Noodles, Dessert and many others. Price ranges from S$45 to $S166.

Chinese believe that foods are symbols. For example, noodles speak of longevity and fish for wealth. Whatever it means, the important thing is you enjoy every taste and flavour.

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Choosing the Right Day Care for Our Babies

Jun 27

Work and parenting are two separate things but it should come together to establish and sustain the family. It is hard but we should strive. Everything will be better once we are adjusted to being a parent. It is not advisable to give up our job because it can help with the family’s needs, we just need a compromise. Though it is important to spend more time with the family, the fact remains that times are difficult these days. If we don’t get to work, we can never give the best to our kids.


If we are new parents, the dilemma is how to carry on with our work and care for the baby at the same time. The best solution is putting our baby in day care centres. Here are a few things we should look for in a day care centre:


This means that we should look for a day care centre near our house or near our workplace so we can drop our baby on our way. If something happens, it will be easier to get to the centre. There are other companies that construct day care centre inside the building. If our company is offering such, it is the best choice.


As much as possible we want to give our baby the best environment since we are not there. We want them to sit, lie and sleep comfortably. We should first do “site inspections” and look for outstanding factors like infrastructure, amenities and safety measures. If everything is favourable, we should enlist our baby.



Of course money is a big factor. If we don’t want to spend so much, we should look for reasonable centres. If money is not a problem, there are many day care centres out there.

If we don’t consider day care centres, we have no choice but to hire baby sitters or wet nurse.

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Top Tips on Wedding Jewellery

Apr 26

From your engagement ring to wedding ring bought in Singapore, your wedding jewelleries speak so much of your style and personality. Before you go shopping for a necklace, bracelet, pair of earrings, and wedding bands in Singapore jewellery shops, here are some top tips to guide you.

Keep It Simple
There’s beauty in simplicity. Especially for a proposal ring, it’s better if you buy something that is simple yet elegant. After all, you can opt for a more stylish and sophisticated wedding ring as it has the greater importance. Furthermore, wedding bands in Singapore and other wedding jewelleries are worn to embellish and not to be the primary feature of your wedding attire. It is you and your dress that that should be in the limelight.

Tell Its Importance
An engagement ring is important, no doubt. It is a sign of a promise to marry the person you love. A proposal ring from Ling Jewellery will even have more meaning and importance if there is an unforgettable story behind it that you can tell to your family and friends. For example, your fiancé bought the ring when you were both on a vacation in another country. Or your wedding ring might be a family heirloom that has been passed on to some generations.

Follow a Budget
Money is equally important in all aspects of wedding planning—from the wedding venue, catering service, decorations, attire, to wedding bands. As what you should do in any other aspects, you should also set a budget for rings. Use this fixed amount as your benchmark when comparing engagement ring and wedding ring options. There are a lot of jewellery stores such as Ling Jewellery in Singapore that sell the finest jewelleries to the point that you might get swayed by their loveliness. Make sure that when you set a budget, you are not just simply thinking of an abstract amount but, most importantly, you should be strictly following it.

Never Overdo
Here’s the trick in wedding jewelleries: Never overdo it. No matter how obsessed or infatuated you are with the glitz and the glam brought by fancy jewelleries, make sure that you won’t look like a walking jewellery shop on your wedding day. Don’t wear a pair of dangling earrings with matching overly beaded necklace, silver bracelets on both wrists, and a Singapore wedding ring with oversized diamond stone if you don’t want your guests to have a disgusted look.

Always remember to dress moderately. That does not only apply to your choice of wedding dress, but also to your jewelleries as well. You may look gorgeously stunning even with just your ring and a pair of silver earrings. It’s all about confidence and how you carry yourself with chin up after all.

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