Singapore Southern Island Trip – Sunday, 19th April 2015

It’s been more than a month since i last posted! My laptop needed some servicing so i went to send it for repair. Thank god it was still under warranty so i didn’t have to pay anything. It said it’d be ready in 5 to 7 days but ended up taking 3 weeks. So i wasn’t able to access to internet properly. I do have a smart phone and a tablet but it just doesn’t feel the same. Prefer typing on a proper physical keyboard rather than using a tiny ass phone. Then again phones are not very tiny. You get what i mean anyway.

Sooooooooooooooo…… Last few weeks has been hectic. Work and work and work. Life of a Singaporean. But i manage to meet up an old friend of mine, Kailyn, and we went for a short trip to some island down South of Singapore 😀

We took a ferry down from Marina South Pier. Ticket was priced at $18 nett. We went to St John Island, then walked to Lazarus and Seringat Island as there were connected. A very long a hot walk, but very therapeutic as you see all the greenery and sea 🙂

Then we took the ferry to Kusu Island, aka Tortoise Island, had lunch there and visiting the Chinese and Malay temple 🙂 We even saw a family of monkeys ransacking some visitor’s bags as they were gone. Haha!

Here are some pictures from the trip. Singaporeans should take a trip there sometimes, they have the most beautiful beaches. Gave me a bit of hope and reminded me of Australia. The old houses and buildings are really artistic as well. Really nice place. Sometimes we just have to get out of the concrete jungle and see the real stuff.














Full album here 😀

p/s: St John’s island is the land of kittys! There were so many cats and kitten roaming around. Really cute :3


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