Venice, Murano and Burano Travelogue

We started our journey to the uniquely romantic city of Venice on a water taxi. If you are on the Trafalgar European Cavalcade tour, I recommend taking up the gondola ride optional excursion ( approximately 40 Eur) . After the ride, you’ll have a couple of hours to explore Venice. If you opt not to, you’ll be sent straight to the hotel on mainland and won’t have the chance to step onto Venice until next morning.

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Breakfast @ Arteastiq

As a result of a Groupon Deal, I found myself at Arteastiq again to check out their revamped all day breakfast menu. The food during my previous visit were mediocre, so I arrived with low expectations. This time, the improved offerings left a much better impression.

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Juju Aquamoist Whitening Cream

Founded in 1946, Juju cosmetics aims to offer inspiration and satisfaction to customers with sincere services and product. Today, I shall be reviewing a very basic product that every girl should be using-an efficacious moisturizer. Because my skin is dull, I also look out for products with whitening properties.

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Lunch @ TWG

For ladies that lunch, The Wellness Group (TWG) is a heavenly spot. Many are familiar with this tea room being a popular afternoon tea destination, but did you know they offer excellant value for money set lunch and dinner as well?

One cannot help but be impressed with TWG’s beautifully refined interiors (photo credit: Luxartasia)

TWG Tea Garden at Marina Bay Sands (4)

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Afternoon Tea @ Tea Lounge

Back at Regent’s Tea Lounge and once again, I was charmed.  As the pianist sets the mood, indulge in an extensive spread of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, Asian delights, sushi, savoury pastries and sweets. This is the situation which most of us look forward to on weekends. Relaxing or chatting with family and friends in an enticing afternoon tea destination.

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Malaysian Food Street

We were craving for hawker food (MIL was yearning for Penang Laksa) and wanted somewhere comfortable (ie air-conditoned) to have our family weekend dinner. Having heard good things about Malaysian Food Street, we decided to check it out. And yes, that’s Hubby beckoning my in-laws to come forward but in this picture he resembles a staff encouraging diners to enter.

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Located at Resorts World Sentosa, this one stop dining destination houses some of Malaysia’s exceptional and famous hawker fare. Step inside you’ll feel like you’ve went back in time.

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Taste Paradise Dim Sum

During lunchtime on weekends, it’s the norm to spot crowds lingering at the entrance of award-winning Taste Paradise. The interior is grand; it simply looks like no expense has been spared to make this place look as opulent as it can be. Occupying the span of an entire wall are life-sized portraits of China’s illustrious Qing emperors.

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