Jul 5 2016

Laugh Die You – The Karaoke

This coming weekend (9 and 10 July 2016), Popcorn Studio presents Malaysia’s best-selling comedy hit “Laugh Die You – The Karaoke” at the Theatre in Resorts World Sentosa (RWS). Audiences can expect nothing less than three hours of belly-aching guffaws as the best of Malaysian and Singaporean stand-up comedians pit against each other.

Representing Malaysia in this epic comedy production is femme extraordinaire stand-up comic, Joanne Kam. Her acid-tongue humour will be challenged by Singapore’s effervescent Kumar, who needs no introduction for his irreverent, no-holds- barred comedic genius. With the two queens battling it out with all their comedic might of fierce Malaysia vs Singapore bashing jokes and insults, this verbal shootout will be moderated by the Gurmit Singh!

Held for two nights only on 9 and 10 July, Laugh Die You – The Karaoke; is a promise of energetic, Malaysia vs Singapore wise-cracking stand-up comedy that will leave audiences howling with laughter. Tickets are on sale at www.sistic.com.sg, with categories and prices including Platinum ($350), VIP ($158), Gold ($128), Silver ($98) and Bronze ($68). Early bird tickets are available at 15% discount (for VIP and Gold only) till 31 May 2016.

More details on their FB Page: http://bit.ly/laughdieyouvideo

Alternatively, you can book your tickets on Shakapass, an entertainment event discovery and booking platform that showcases the best curated entertainment events and activities in Singapore! No booking fees required!

Readers of my blog can use this discount code “sptoldy” for 10% discount off your tickets! :)

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Apr 25 2016

SK-II Biggest Mother’s Day Celebrations (Last Chance!)

Your chance to get an invite to SK-II’s biggest Mother’s Day Celebration is ending in 2 days! (Details below)

Join SK-II in The Biggest Mother’s Day Celebrations on 7th May, Saturday, at The South Beach to celebrate Mother’s Day!

• Mother’s Day Brunch: 11am to 2.30pm
• Mother’s Day Experience: 12.30pm to 3pm
(Details Below)

The Biggest SK-II Mother’s Day Brunch (Gift value worth $800)
Join us in the biggest Mother’s Day Brunch from 11am to 2.30pm – Sign up your mom or daughter as SK-II Crystal Club Member and pamper her with SK-II products worth SGD499* (with SGD800 worth of gifts). Both of you will receive an invitation* to SK-II’s biggest event of the season!
*Available for the first 110 pairs.
*One of the participants must be first-time SK-II Crystal Club member applicant. Purchase has to be made at any of the Robinsons stores in order to register for event. You have to receive an invitation in order to enter the event.

Your invite entitles you and your mom to:
• A special brunch at the exclusive 5-star The South Beach
• A personalised flower bouquet
• SK-II door gifts
• A chance to win a 2D1N staycation at The South Beach and more SK-II products

The Ultimate SK-II Mother’s Day Experience
Gift your mom the Ultimate SK-II Mother’s Day Experience, happening from 12.30pm to 3pm:
Be the first 75 pax to give your mom the Ultimate SK-II Mother’s Day Experience** at The South Beach on 7th May. Simply sign up as a SK-II Crystal Club Member with any SGD99 SK-II purchase at any Robinsons store.

Your invite entitles you and your mom to:
• Express manicure
• A personalised flower bouquet
• SK-II door gifts
• Personalised photo prints

For more details on how to register, please call SK-II Robinsons:
• JEM – 6734 7059
• Raffles City – 6837 2237
• The Heeren – 6735 0854

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Apr 17 2016

Taiwan 2015 Day 2: Cingjing Farm, Little Swiss Garden, Old English Manor

Long overdue post on my Taiwan trip!! I really need to catch up on this travel series because alot of you have been asking for it!! So sorry for the delay!

To get to Cingjing area from Taichung, it’s about a 2hrs+ ride. If you’ve a big group, you can consider just taking a 1-day taxi which would cost about 3000NT, but if you’re only traveling in a pair then a cheaper alternative would be taking a Nantou bus from Taichung HSR station (Bus station is at Exit 5/6)

You can then get the tickets and more information at the counter.

That was the original route that we wanted to take but our Minsu has contacts for this carpool service where they gather a few people who are going to the same destination and you pay a flat rate of 450NT per person 1 way. (I can’t remember if it’s 450 or 300 or what..) It was slightly more expensive than the public bus but the car will pick you up directly from the Minsu (they’ve a few timeslots) which meant that we saved the transport cost + time to the HSR station too. I don’t know what’s the contacts for this service but you’ll probably be able to find alot of such services at the HSR station itself too. They’ll tell you that compared to the public bus, the carpool service would take much faster… But I don’t think the timing differs much just that it’s more convenient?

After a long journey we’re finally in Cingjing!! It was in the mountains so be prepared for a little turning here and there… There were a few drop-off points and we chose to drop at the Old English Manor.

Heard that it costs S$600+ a night if you want to stay here.. And people actually pay an entrance fee to take their wedding shots here too! But if you’d like to take a sneak peek of the place without paying such crazy prices, you can always opt to dine at their restaurant.

There was a super long queue when we reached there and we were just in time for their first afternoon slot, and thankfully they had space!

The prices was very reasonable for a place that charges S$600 a night!! Set lunch starting from 580NT? That’s like about S$20+

We ordered 1 set lunch + 1 afternoon tea set to share.

Fish set that comes with soup, a plate of salad + cake for dessert. Less than S$30 with this kind of ambiance… And if I remembered correctly, there’s also free flow of coffee/tea outside. It’s like shut up and take my money please.

The colour is so pretty.

Tea set comes with an assortment of things but it’s more expensive than the lunch set.

The area which you can explore in the Old English Manor is actually pretty small, but I’d think it’s still worth a go for the ambiance + affordable food.

But the problem is getting around Cingjing isn’t that convenient… Thee are public buses but the frequency seems low. We ended up taking a carpool service for 100NT per pax to the Cingjing Farm. You’d have to get someone to help you call for it or run after one yourself lolol.

And we’re here! Entrance tickets cost 200NT for adults on weekends & holidays (160NT for weekdays).

Oh hellooo.

Freaking crowded on a weekend. Maybe cos it was also China’s long holiday too… -_- Tip: Don’t come on a weekend! Oh and the time when we visited the place they were having the sheep show… So all the meh meh were at the front and not roaming around. :(

So crowded that we were lazy to go down to watch the sheep….. And it was so hot!!! My cousin told us that it was cold the previous time she came during this period, so we wore long sleeves and pants. -_-

Went to Little Swiss next!

Pretty peaceful and not too crowded place. Nothing much actually here.

Another place you can visit is the Carton King, where everything there is made of carton boxes (we didn’t have time to visit that place). They’ve a souvenir shop selling Carton King stuffs at Little Swiss too.

So pretty.. But Mel said it’ll confirm collect dust if I buy this back lol.

My first time to Cingjing and it’s really scenic.. Only down side is the inconvenience to get from one place to another without your own transport.

We took the same carpool service back to our Minsu.. They’ve fixed timings to pick you up at different location. Nearer to the pickup time, the driver would call you to confirm the timing + exact location. I think 4pm is the last service because it’d be dangerous to travel down the mountain when it’s dark.

Spent the night at Fengjia Night Market and the weekend crowd is crazyyy!! That’s why I hate traveling over the weekends.

Read my other Taiwan 2015 posts:
Taiwan 2015 Day 1: Taichung

Read about my Japan travelogue here:
Japan Day 1 & 2: Nikko
Japan Day 3: Tokyo (Asakusa)

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Apr 4 2016

Cheers to visiting the 7th wonder of the world + survived walking through ruins for 4hrs under the freaking hot sun.

In cambodia for a management workshop now. More live-updates on my dayre!


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