Singapore Blog Awards mark 1st Year Anniversary

Last year, under the encouragement of a friend, Darren Ng I registered my previous blog for the Singapore Blog Awards. Needless to say, I didn’t even manage to get shortlisted as a finalist for any category.  Unsatisfied with just ranting about personal issues I faced, I started to scribble my happy thoughts. 


A year on, blogging has certainly opened up a lot of opportunities for me. To begin with I got to know many friends. I remembered meeting Christina and Jeremy during last year’s Singapore Twitter Frenzy at Wave House, Sentosa which shaped my thinking of blogging. Previously I had always viewed my blog as a personal online journal for me to share my feelings with friends.

My interest in lifestyle blogging started while I doing marketing for Singapore Flyer and studying part-time at SIM University. Initially started out as a channel for me to hone my writing skills, blogging has become an integrated part of my life and a passion now. It has opened up more opportunities for networking, invitations to exclusive product launches and previews as well as trips overseas.

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Thanks to, I was given the opportunity to experience Brunei and it was during that trip that I got to know Karen, Andy, Tiffany and Deenise. Besides catching up like Bruneian bloggers, we also exchanged tips on blogging and social media.

I’m very proud of my travel mates. In fact, all four of them were the finalists for this year’s Singapore Blog Awards. Karen and Deenise were also nominated for several categories.

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Held at Shanghai Dolly, I spotted familiar faces and friends like Smith Leong, William Tan, Elrica, Mint Leong, Regina Chow, Joey Ong, Darren Sim, Hong Peng and Tse Lyn who were the finalists for the main and special categories for this year’s Singapore Blog Awards. Blogger friends like Joyce, Valentine, Colin and Damien were there to cheer them on too. Luke and Shirley were also the finalists but I didn’t manage to spot them.

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And now, the moment you have been waiting for, the results of Singapore Blog Awards 2013:

Main Categories


Panasonic Best Photography Blog winner – Christina Gao


Exabytes Best Individual Blog winner – Grace Tan


Levi’s Best Fashion Blog winner – Jaslin Tan


Nanyang Optical Best Lifestyle Blog winner – Jasmine Koh


Best Family Blog winner – Ai Sakura


Best Food Blog winner – Tony


Best Travel Blog winner – Sock Peng


Best What-The-Hell Blog winner – Willy


Best V-log winner – Ninja Girls


Best Microblog winner – Spin or Bin Music

Special Categories


Panasonic Best Beauty Blog Top 3 Winners – Karen, Elaine & Elrica


Panasonic Best Cooking Blog Winner – Celes


Panasonic Best Eco-Challenge Winner – Ivan Kwan


Glossi Best Modelling Blog Winner – Karen


JBL Best Pop/Music Blog – Mint Leong


Levi’s Best 501 Interpretation Blog winner – Claire


Qoo10 Best Online Shopping Blog winner – Mitsueki

Congratulations to all the winners! 

Thank you for extending the invitation for me to cover for this event, click here to read their Chinese article for 新加坡部落格大奖 Singapore Blog Awards 2013.

Ready for a Boozy Good Time at Beerfest Asia 2013?

Thirsty? BEERFEST ASIA returns to Singapore for its 5th edition with promise of more beers, beverages, bands and banter. 

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Block the dates, bring your date and head over to Marina Promenade (the F1 tracks behind Singapore Flyer) from 13 to 16 June 2013 for a jolly good time at Beerfest Asia 2013. Last year I had a wonderful chill out with my former colleagues (click here to see my blog post for Beerfest Asia 2012). This year, expect more than 300 types of beer from all over the world, live stage performances, a comedy club, beer auctions and tasting workshops. The organisers promise a distinct experience packed with great entertainment, drinks and food!

Every year, without fail, Beerfest Asia will introduce new beers to Singapore. This year, look out for new varieties such as the UK’s Hollows Ginger Beer (4.0% ABV) brewed with Chinese ginger root and German beer EKU 28, with a full-bodied malt aroma and one of the strongest beers in the world at 11% ABV. If you crave for a dessert beer, be sure to check out the new flavours of fruit beers from Taiwan Beer.


Besides being able to purchase bottled beer at special prices, tasting beers before purchase, and sampling beers new to either the festival or the market, ticket holders can learn how beer is made and try brewing it yourself at home at the new Craft Beer Experience section and even purchase a beer brewing kit home.

“We started this festival to raise the profile and appreciation of beer, and a significant part of the appreciation is understanding the process by which beer is made,” says Festival Director Edward Chia. “This is the only festival that not only makes this process highly interactive and entertaining, but also brings hundreds of the world’s best beers to you in one location.”

This year, the festival adds a new fourth marquee, Whisky & Wine Lounge, to its line up with a range of premium and limited edition products on offer and tasting from exhibitors, Cornerstone Wines and Beam Global.

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Entertainment is also one of the main highlights of this beer festival. After all, Timbre (the parent company of Beerfest Asia) is known for its booze and music. This year, be entertained by international tribute bands like Killer Queen, The Australian Guns’N’Roses Show, The Fortunate Sons, Melbourne’s premier Creedance Clearwater Revival (CCR)/Fogerty Tribute band and a host of the best of Singapore’s local bands, including Shagies and 53A.

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Also raising the bar on entertainment this year are Comedy Club Asia acts Sons of Singapore, a local comedy trio who were top performers at last year’s “Stand Up For Singapore” and a hit at Beerfest Asia 2012. The trio will be joined by international talents Tom Rhodes (USA), Stephen Grant (UK) and Steve Allison (AUS). Hosted by the popular and multi-linguistic comedic talent Jonathan Atherton, there is no better combination of award-winning wit, energy, intellect and absurdity. DJs from Power 98 will also be there on Friday, 14 June 2013 to entertain patrons of the festival.

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Tickets are now available from SISTIC, with limited early bird / advance one-day passes as well as four-day passes available. Or choose to enjoy Beerfest Asia with the VIP package, which includes S$50 worth of Beerfest credits, a buffet dinner from 7pm-9pm, admission to a reserved VIP area with air coolers and reserved seating, one festival T-shirt and one souvenir programme, and express entry. Festival + Comedy combos are also available, and all festival-goers have the option to purchase single show comedy tickets at the door within Beerfest Asia. All Standard / Combo tickets are inclusive of a free beer redeemed on festival grounds.

1-Day OCBC Exclusive Pass: S$15 exclusively for OCBC Cardmembers, while stocks last

1-Day Advance Pass: S$20 (13 & 16 June) / S$28 (14 & 15 June), while stocks last or until 12 June 2013

1-Day Standard Pass: S$30 (13 & 16 June) / S$40 (14 & 15 June), available on festival days via SISTIC or at the gates

4-Day OCBC Exclusive Pass: S$50 exclusively for OCBC Card members, while stocks last

4-Day Public Pass: S$80, while stocks last

VIP Packages – the ultimate way to enjoy Beerfest Asia: S$130 (13 & 16 June) / S$180 (14 & 15 June)

Comedy + Festival Entry Combo Tickets: S$40 (13 & 16 June) / S$50 (14 & 15 June)

Event Details

Dates: Thursday to Sunday, 13 to 16 June 2013


13 June: 4pm – 6pm (Trade only), 6pm – 1am (Public)

14 & 15 June: 6pm – 2am

16 June: 12pm – 10pm

Venue: Marina Promenade (F1 tracks behind Singapore Flyer)

Twitter: #BFA2013


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Yoga in the Sky at Mind-Body-Spirit Festival 2013

Last Sunday 12 May 2013, I attended the Mind-Body-Spirit Festival organised by Singapore Flyer in conjunction with Mother’s Day celebration. With the day-pass ticket, there are various classes to choose from and at different venues to provide unique experience for all.

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Yoga, pilates, fitness marathon and  mass workout are some of the selection available. Eventually I decided to train my abs and headed for the yoga class held at Bayview Room at level 2.

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The YogaDivas CORE workshop was presented by yoga instructor, Sarah Powell from YogaDivas. Yoga is not just about gentle stretching, during the one-hour session, we learned to discover our inner strength and also had fun with arm balances. If you think yoga is just for girls, don’t be misled by the YogaDivas name, there were a couple other guys attending the class with me.

Sarah started the class with relaxation breathing exercise before proceeding to stretching and balancing on our core muscles and arms. Most of the poses were manageable except for a few which were rather challenging. Sarah also demonstrated varied versions of the pose to achieve the desired result without hurting ourselves. After the one hour, I could really feel my abs again!

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As I was recovering from my previous yoga class, I met up with the organisers who gladly informed me that they had specially arranged for a workout in the sky for me. Although I was feeling slightly tired but the idea of doing yoga in the sky excited me (click here to read my previous experience with doing yoga inside the capsule).

The special class of Hatha Yoga was presented by Master Ankan Kumar Sarkar from Sky Fitness. Hatha Yoga is the most ancient, complete and popular system of yoga for mental and physical health. It is a science of breathing, purification and synchronization on the physical and mental dimensions. During the two rotations of one hour, we learned the ancient techniques of esanas (postures) and pranayama – good health, peace prosperity, longevity and self-realization.


Doing yoga inside the capsule is an amazing experience. Imagine seeing the Marina Bay district 165 metres above the ground in an upside-down position. The beautiful scenery makes enduring the more challenging postures so much more enjoyable. It is an experience that is not offered everyday.

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I would like to thank Singapore Flyer for the lovely invitation and I really hope that can make the Mind-Body-Spirit Festival a yearly event or have more classes of yoga, pilates or fitness workout in the sky so many others can enjoy the unique experience.


[Glowing with glee and a touch of wellness after two sessions of yoga in one day.]

Check out Singapore Flyer’s website at for their next exciting event and upcoming promotions.

Sarah conducts regular outdoor yoga classes. Find out more about YogaDivas at

Sky Fitness offers a variety of fitness classes at their venue in HarbourFront and Serangoon Gardens. Visit for more information.

Go Fly Kite!


Nested at the heart of Marina Reservoir is my favorite weekend hang out venue. The Marine Barrage creates Singapore’s 15th reservoir, making Marina Reservoir the first water catchment in the city centre. Its quiet corner grands us the magnificent view of the Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay and Singapore Flyer while we enjoy our picnic and watch children and adults alike attempting to fly their kites.

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Kite flying is one of my favorite leisure activity and one of the cheapest activities to do on a weekend with friends. Just bring along a kite (which you can get from shops in heartland for less than $5 each), string, ground sheet and a picnic basket and you will be able to enjoy a relaxing weekend.

It was partly cloudy we arrived at Marina Barrage around 5pm on Sunday. We attempted a few times to get our kite up but the lack of breeze was not helping. It’s quite strange as usually there are strong winds and it’s effortless to fly a kite there. In the end, we decided to camp at a corner and watch other people (mainly children) running around and trying to fly their kite.

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While I was busy trying to fly the kite, my friend Kate was secretly getting my birthday cake ready. I knew they were going to celebrate my birthday since this outing was planned weeks but I didn’t expect a cake because I didn’t see them carrying it. One of them must have hidden the surprise inside their large bags!

Ming Li was the creative artist behind the self-design cake from Icing Room. Are you able to see the Garfield that she draw? It’s not the best cartoon but brownie points for the effort.

I met Kate and Ming Li many year ago while we were all volunteering for Cat Welfare Society. Our common love for cats has been a pillar of our friendship all these years. Hence the reason why Ming Li drew Garfield on my birthday cake.

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A birthday is not complete without getting sabotage from your friends. Just when I was not looking, Ming Li ambushed me with the reminding cream. I resigned to fate and surrendered my forehead for her to express her creativity once again. OMG, indeed!

Actually these two playful friends of mine are still single so if you are an eligible bachelor looking to start a family with someone, do drop me a note and I will link you up with them. 🙂


[Ming Li doing a pose at the roof top of Marina Barrage.]

If you find the two of them familiar, you may have seen them in my post about our $78 getaway to Batam last year. If not, read about our budget adventure in Batam here.

How to get to Marina Barrage?

Take the Circle Line or North-South Line to Marina Bay MRT Station. Come out from Exit A, look out for the bus-stop on your left and take Bus 400. Marina Barrage is just a few bus stop away. Our friendly bus driver made an announcement to remind us to get off the bus.


Sixties Fever

By now, most of my friends would have seen this. Ever since I appeared on the cover of DUET magazine, I have been receiving text messages and Facebook messages from friends asking me if I have become a model.

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Earlier this year, I saw that DUET magazine, sponsored by Social Development Network, was seeking for models. So I submitted a few copies of my previous photo shots with SIM University as a student ambassador. One thing leads to another, and I was getting myself photographed at Singapore Flyer’s Food Trail.

If you are keen to become a cover model for DUET magazine, go to this link:

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Some of our behind-the-scene or rather self-entertaining shots while waiting for the real photographer to get ready.

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Gentle reminder to bloggers, OMY.SG Singapore Blog Awards is back and guess what, yes this year’s theme is Sixties Fever. So remember to register your blog before 10 May 2013. If I get to attend this year’s prize presentation, you may see me in hot green pants and pink top for real.

Peace Through Yoga, 165 metres above the Ground

Pamper your mothers to the highest level atop the Singapore Flyer this Mother's Day Weekend at the Mind Body Spirit Festival Workout In The Sky takes center stage amid wide selection of fitness and health activities and performances that are part of Singapore Flyer's Mind Body Spirit Festival on 11-12 May 2013

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My life was in hectic mess since last week, rushing for one place to another, attending events and classes, trying to complete my school assignments while juggling two part-time jobs, I was having difficulty finding space for myself. Hence, I jumped the opportunity when Singapore Flyer invited us for Workout in the Sky last Wednesday – yoga is actually what I need to calm my spirit and find my inner peace.

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Despite the massive crowd in the MRT and the early morning downpour, we managed to arrive before 9.30 am to board the capsule for this once in a lifetime experience. After all, it’s not everyday that we get to do yoga at 165-metre above the ground!

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In celebration of Mother’s Day, Singapore Flyer will be hosting an hour long workshop – “Workout in the Sky”over the weekend on 11-12 May as part of Mind Body Spirit Festival 2013. With classes led by yoga, pilates and fitness instructors, this unique and memorable experience will etch unforgettable memory for not just the mothers but for everyone to enjoy.

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“I am proud that Singapore Flyer can play a significant role in this celebration. Mothers are unique individuals that often give more than they take. Come May, we hope to show our appreciation to them by offering an equally unique experience that they will remember. The ‘Workout In The Sky’ is also very much aligned to our commitment towards finding new ways to engage and surprise our customers,” said Singapore Flyer’s CEO Patsy Ong.

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The Mind Body Spirit Festival is an ideal opportunity for families to experience something truly unique and unforgettable. Festival goers will also enjoy fantastic activities on the ground. Apart from the exclusive “Workout In The Sky”, additional health and fitness workshops will be conducted within the Singapore Flyer complex on both days from 8.30am-8pm. The Mind Body Spirit Fair will be open on both days during the event and will boast 40 booths featuring wellness products and services. Participants can look forward to performances of yoga stunts, dances, capoeira and live music at the Greek Theatre. Flowers will also be given to moms who will come attend the 12 May workshops.Registration for the workshops closes on the 8 May. Tickets entitles participants complimentary entry to the Mind Body Sprit Festival at West Promenade, as well as performances at the Greek theatre.

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To celebrate Mother’s Day, Singapore Flyer has also launched a Facebook contest calling upon the public to put in a dedication to their moms and upload their pictures together for a chance to win attractive prizes. Every submission will also entitle customers with a promotion code that gives a 50% discount off High Tea flights during the month of May.

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The kind folks at Singapore Flyer is giving readers two pairs of Day-Pass tickets, worth $33 each, for 11 May 2013. The Day-Pass tickets will entitle you to access to the following: 

  • All workshops at Bayview Ballroom
  • Fitness Marathon at the Greek Theatre
  • Yoga/ Pilates Mass Workout at the Greek Theatre 

Share with them why you deserve to win a pair of day pass to Singapore Flyer’s Mind Body Spirit 2013 Festival and send your entry to, with the subject as: MALCOLM SUNNY: Mother’s Day at Singapore Flyer

 Closing date for entries is this Thursday, 9 May 2013. Winners will be selected and announced by this Friday, 10 May 2013.

More information can be found at:

Event website:

To register:

Facebook Contest:

Departure Flight

“Ladies and Gentlemen, thank you for choosing Singapore Flyer. It’s been a pleasure having you onboard with us.”


Today is my last working day at the world’s largest giant observation wheel. I pride myself at having been able to experience working at a world-class tourist.

Of cos, there are no perfect working environment in this world and it has been a bitter-sweet memory during my short stint here but the staff, crew and colleagues have always willing to assist and overcome the challenges together.


We wore blue outfits today for fun cos my colleagues are upset that I am leaving the organization and the country. My farewell lunch at Fish & Co was rather disappointing, we didn’t enjoy their set lunch at all but the company and laughter make up for the lack in food quality and service.

Moving on, I will be departing Singapore for a two-month working holiday down under to the beauty country, New Zealand. New adventures await, wish me luck!

Thanks for for the wonderful time I have at Singapore Flyer and Adval. I’m going to miss all of you!

I can be contacted via LinkedIn here.

To hell.. I am not going!

Lights, camera and SCREAM! Vampires and zombies lurk underneath the atrium of Singapore Flyer turning the lush garden into The Undead Forest.

It is all hell break loose as the Singapore Flyer, the world’s largest giant observation wheel invites media and blogger on 11 Sep 2012 for a sneak preview of their month-long Halloween extravaganza inspired by Western & Asian horror movie characters. Following their success last year,  Singapore Flyer is collaborating with Singapore Polytechnic’s Diploma in Integrated Events & Project Management this year to ensure no soul walking out alive..

Characters from popular horror shows such as The Maid, The Walking Dead and Stephen King’s IT welcome you as you attempt to conquer your fears. Expect screams and cries as these characters spring out from the brushes or behind the trees and cave.

The value tickets come in two different packages. Choose the FrightFest Value Pack which includes a ride up Singapore Flyer to calm your beating nerves and racing hearts.





Medusa (Christina) won the Best Dress Award for the night!







Date: 12, 13, 14, 19, 20, 21 Oct (Category B – Non-peak); 26, 27, 28 Oct (Category A – Peak)

Time: 7.30 pm to 10.30 pm

Price: Value Pack – $45 (Category A) & $42 (Category B). The Undead Forest – $25 (Category A) & $22 (Category B)

For more information and ticket booking, visit

The Bay Celebrates Singapore’s 47th Birthday

Men, women, workers, soldiers gather together with performers from schools and other grassroots organisations. It’s that time of that year that we remember and celebrate the independence of our nation. This year, the National Day Parade (NDP) returns once more to The Float@Marina Bay, turning the entire bay area into the focal point of celebration this August.


Commanders and soldiers work together as a team to prepare for one of Singapore’s biggest celebration event. “This year’s parade is the first time since 2007 that an NSman, 45-year-old Lieutenant Colonel (NS) Clarence Tan, has been selected to be the parade commander.” (Channel News Asia, 2012)


Being the focus point of the celebration, the Marina Bay transforms itself into a larger stage where partnering organisations such as Singapore Flyer, Young NTUC, HomeTeamNS and National Youth Council join in for locals and visitors to soak the joyous occasion.


Over at Singapore Flyer, renowned Singaporean artist, Akira Takahashi, has transformed Yeo’s Tetra drink packets into a stunning display recycled art with iconic landmarks on the Singapore map.



“The schools have also lead a fundraising effort – for every $1 donation made, the donor will be given a special Yeo’s sticker, to write or draw to express his love for Singapore on the art display. The donations raised will be channelled back to CDCs to support their welfare programmes for the needy.” (Singapore Flyer, 2012)



While at Singapore Flyer, go on a riveting ride with the latest 6D motion experience at XD Theater located at level 2 of their retail terminal. Introductory rate tickets go for $16 for adult and $14 for child and seniors. For more information, visit their website here.



Go behind the scenes and see how the parade unfolds, the Colour Guards will execute a detailed drill to uncase and case the national flag and other army flags on 4 August and 9 August. The uncasing of Colours will be between 5.25 pm to 5.50 pm and the casing will be between 7.30 pm to 7.50 pm (Note: timing may be subject to change).



Don’t miss the opportunity to meet Singapore Flyer’s cutesy character, Furball and take photos with him on 9 August from 5 pm to 9 pm!


Hop over across the Marina Reservoir where HomeTeamNS joint forces with National Youth Council to organise National Day Celebrations @ Marina Bay Sands 2012. “Audiences young and old will be able to immerse themselves in the joyous atmosphere with an exciting family-themed carnival featuring an array of F&B booths, game stalls and stage performances” (HomeTeamNS, 2012).


There will be a “live” coverage on a large LED screen and the venue offers a magnificent view of the State Flag flypast, the aerial and naval displays, and the all-time crowd favourite – the fireworks finale. Those at the event will also get to experience a slice of NDP 2012 as they recite the National Pledge during the Pledge moment, together with City March contingents from the Float.


For the 6th year running, Young NTUC will be organizing the annual National Day celebrations on behalf of the Labour Movement. This flagship event has grown from strength to strength, from a turnout of 8,667 in 2007 to about 13,000 last year at the Padang.

This year, Young NTUC Celebrates! National Day 2012 will be held at The Promontory at Marina Bay. Participants be prepare to immersed in the biggest celebrations for our nation by getting entertained by talents from Young NTUC’s very own performing arts group – p.L.a.Y!, while enjoying the panoramic view of the fireworks along the waterfront promenade.

So, are you ready to come and celebrate everything that we love about Singapore?

“Loving Singapore, Our Home”!

The Amazing Night Race

With blessings from the management of the Singapore Flyer, special arrangement was made for us to organize our staff bonding activity after the operating hours at the World’s Largest Observation Wheel.

Eight teams of four shall compete to win the top prize. The first team to arrive at the final check point will walk away with cash prize of $400.

Fitting into the theme of racing after dusk, we came up with the team name “Full Moon” to represent us. Our team dressed up in yellow to show our enthusiasm for the event.


To foster bonding and for the teams to get to know other colleagues better, we kicked start with two telematch style games – “Find the Colour” and “Mr Quek Quek”.

Packets of M&M mini chocolates filled up a large glass bowl. Teams were to use a pair of disposable chopsticks to pick up a particular colour M&M chocolate, passed down to the next member until the chocolate was safely dropped into the bowl at the back of the room.

Mr Quek Quek is a game of untangling. The teams were combined to form two big groups. Group mates cross-hand creating a giant human ball and the appointed leader was to untangle the group at the fastest time.



Lady Luck was on our side, with a few smart tricks, we won both games and were rewarded with two rolls of toilet paper (which was revealed to us later on the purpose of the toilet rolls).

We were given our first clue in the form of a jigsaw puzzle, which was pieced together to show the photo of one of our colleagues. We ran along the different levels of the corridor before realizing that there was an additional clue at the bottom of the paper. Upon our enlightenment, we raced to the entrance of the Journey of Dreams to received our second clue.

The second clue brought us into the capsules. We were told that the next clues were placed randomly inside the capsules and we had to choose a cabin and hunt for the correct map in order to locate our next check in point.



We suffered badly at this station. Most teams managed to retrieve the clue after entering the second capsule but we had to enter into three different capsules in order to find the correct clue. Boo!

Behind half an hour behind rest of the teams, we tried our best at the game station behind Singapore Food Trail to catch up on the lost time.

We found the next clue behind the elevator door instructing us to proceed to the Sky Deck. Unfortunately, another team had removed the instruction sheet and we almost got into an argument with the organizers over the clue.

Finally, we were told to snap a photo in order to receive over next clue.

At the car park, we found the cash card top up machine with the clue underneath it.

Running back to terminal building of Singapore Flyer, we had to entertain the station master with a pole dance in order to receive the next clue – a cup of Koi bubble tea.

We figured out the clue was pointing to the koi pond and true enough, we found strings with envelope hanging there.

The next two challenges were to solve the mystery of Jumble Words and Spot the Difference. After awarded with the final clue, we pushed out tired bodies towards the Greek Theatre. Over there, we were to mummify one of our team mates (Ha! That explained the toilet paper.)


Finally, we had to carry our wrapped friend up to Bay View Room at level 2 to complete the race.



Despite our diligence, we walked home with a consolation prize. But we were awarded with lots of laughter and fun to nest our weary souls.