Trip to Singapore

We went to Singapore yesterday afternoon, on an educational trip (yeah...). Basically, when the four of us are together, we are an educational item by ourselves. Great educational as in how to be happy at work :) OK, drop it. Hehe. Let's get on with the story.

After a hasty lunch, we all piled into the car and off we went to Changi Airport. We were busy chewing gums and filling in our White Card with the radio on. Mind you, we have a manager as our chaperon, but what the heck, he's quite young and pretty much work on the same wavelength *grin*. Chairman was entrusted to take photos for the business report after this trip.

We arrived at Changi around 2.30 pm. We met the PR Manager, who escorted us to the conference room. Changi made us cringe. It stretched on and on and everything was modern. Their presentation was impressive. That doesn't stop us from giving an equally impressive presentation ourselves. Hehe.

After the presentation, we were brought around the terminal, to duty-free shops and other sites. The Sunflower Garden was lovely. We took photos with our back to the apron side where all the planes were parked. We boarded the skytrain to go to Terminal 1. We were having fun!

Then the official visit was over and by that time, we were hungry. Once again, we piled into the car and went to Suntec City for dinner. The manager made all of us wander around the mall until he decided to have dinner at Fish & Co. I ordered Fish Platter and goodness, the meal that was spread before me! Chips & fish, and grilled prawns & fried squid, and rice. Anne even ordered ice-cream cake for dessert!

We finished everything on our plates (pan?), and the guys joked that we should spend the rest of the month in the gym, burning off the fat we accumulated today :p

Then, the best part of the err, business visit was to go to Night Safari. The entrance fee was expensive (S$24) but it was a worthwhile visit. It reminded me of the trip to the zoo, only this time it was night visit. The surrounding was made to look like a jungle. We joked, and laughed hysterically. Anne slipped and fell, and the guys laughed. Chairman took photos of animals and photos of us. By the time we got on the tram, we were so hot and exhausted. It was already 10.00 pm by then. The night air was cool, and everything was enjoyable.

When it was over,

'Can we do this again?' Everyone laughed. It felt more like a vacation than a business trip ;)

Then, before we went back, we cruised along Orchard Road and the sight was fantastic. Lights spilling all over the place, Christmas decor everywhere. We were sorry that the trip had to end.

Lastly, here's some pix that Chairman took during the visit :)


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'I feel like we're entering Santa's world' Marketing exec said to me


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'At the Sunflower Garden'

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Jen, me & Anne

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At the Glow Hut in Night Safari

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Cruising along Orchard Road and part of the Christmas deco...

2 comments:

  1. wahhh..bestnya org tu g jejalan..baca kat blog seseorang itu wak eksiden? teruk ke? siannya...berhati-hati di jalan raya ...ingat org tersayang...pergh..cam iklan

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  2. biasa la tu... dah biasa sangat tumpang orang lain yg bawak laju giler2.. hehe ;) ingat tak mek za kan suka bawak motor laju2...

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