Time flies by in Singapore and I am exploring new places everyday! It is hard to keep on track with my diary, because I am rarely at home. At least I can capture some memories with my phone to share my favourite spots in Singapore with you in this photo-diary-kind-of-post.
1. At Home – At Work
This picture shows some of my colleagues. We just tried on the helmets out of our “survival kit” for dangerous filming area. I feel very comfortable among them, we always have a good laugh at work.
This is our studio. It is an old shop house located in one of the most beautiful streets of Singapore. There is a karaoke bar to our right and an buddhist temple to our left, further down the street are restaurants, club, bars, cafes, shops of various kinds.
This is a very comfy couch at the office. In my defense: We were covering the news about Bangkok until 6.30 am, so I took a short nap.. But generally I like to be at the office. Next to all the work it is also a place to meet, chat and eat together.
2. Sundays @ the Training Shed
Like last Sunday. On that day we met at the office to go to the Training Shed. Every other Sunday that place turns into a laid-back open-air chillout session, accompanied by live-music.
3. Wakeboarding @ Punggol
Or like on last week’s Monday we met at the office to go Wakeboarding. What a fun experience!
4. Fair Price
Also fun: Shopping at Fair Price
Especially if you buy some ice-cream.
Well. This is kinda getting out of hand.
5. Tiong Bahru
Well. A morning spent swimming in the pool all by yourself is not bad either. My colleague gave me his spare card, so now I have unlimited access to this beauty.
7. On top of Singapore
Btw, this is the view from the building’s 46th floor.
8. Potato Head
Another great view.
9. Marina Bay Sands
Another great view. (C’est la Vi)
10. Maison Ikkoku
Another great drink.
11. One Two Kitchen
And this, my friends, was one of the best things I ever ate. Although I only ate the sides of this amazing Korean BBQ.
As you can see, Singapore has a lot to offer. To gain a better understanding of the land I’m currently living in, I went to the museum and visited the permanent exhibition, telling you the story of Singapore, starting 700 years ago. I did not only include this favourite spot for the culture quota on Ahoi Sophie, but mainly because I really recommend this exhibition!
13. Pulau Ubin
Last but not least: Pulau Ubin. This island gives you an idea of what Singapore used to look like. Including wild monkeys, pigs and birds.