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The last few nights in the Lion City…

The last few nights were spent with family, site seeing, chitter chatter, laughter, reflections and so much love and appreciation, so many mixed emotions. #expatlife #expatemotions leaving family behind.

An unplanned visit, a blessing from my Creator, #myheartisfull of #gratitute. Allah SWT fills your heart with what you need. HE provides the #ultimatebalance .

We visited the Mirlion – the official mascot of Singapore. It is depicted as a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish.

Why does the Merlion spit water?

This according to the feng shui masters is a way of preserving good luck. The spitting of water, has been seen as the endless spitting of money into the deep ocean of money – the Singapore River. The place that gives this whole island meaning, Singapore’s River of Life.

We then, drove to the Marina Barrage to look at the breathtaking views of the Singapore skyline.

We also visited the #gardensbythebay for a A symphony of light 
At #supertreesgrove#amustsee

What a delightful evening, this innovative park is definitely worth all the hype.
My overall experience? MAGICAL.

The next morning we headed out to one of the Hawker Centers for breakfast.

10 Fun Facts Abbout Singapore

  • t’s a city of not just one island, but 64. …
  • It’s home to the world’s first night zoo. …
  • It’s a city of (man-made) waterfalls. …
  • The locals speak Singlish, not just English. …
  • Singapore pioneered the first F1 night race. …
  • It’s one of the world’s greenest cities.
  • There are myriad neighbourhoods to explore off the beaten path
  • There’s always something to celebrate in Singapore
  • The Lion City may actually have been inspired by a tiger

(The lion was chosen as it is a powerful and historic symbol of Singapore’s status as the Lion City and symbolises three national values: courage, excellence and strength. Singapore’s name is itself derived from ‘Singa Pura’ (which means “Lion City”))

10 Must-dos in Singapore

Hike above the city at Southern Ridges

Explore Singapore Natural Heritage

Be Inspired by art

Ignite your taste buds at Hawker Centers

Visit Universal Studios

Go to the Night Safari at the Zoo

Go Bargain hunting at Haji Lane and Kampong Glam

Explore the gardens by the Bay and be mesmerized by the Super Trees

Visit the Exquisite Singapore Botanical Gardens

Indulge in some shopping on Orchard Road

and just like that, it was time to come back home to Doha.

so long Singapore , Slamat Tinggal Singapura – Sampai Jumpa Lagi

Until we meet again.

A big thank you to the family for all the kindness, attention, care and love they showed us. May Allah reward you abundantly <3

I hope that you have all enjoyed my posts about Singapore during our brief stay.

Sincerely Yours,

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