Snapshot Singapore: Rasa Sentosa

The invitation came last May, and I’ve been so excited for this trip since.
The invite was actually for any Shangri-La property anywhere in the world,
but since I have to shoulder the cost to go there, I knew I had to pick a
hotel or resort in Southeast Asia.

I’ve decided right from the start that I’d stay in a resort, and not a
hotel. Shangri-La Resorts are more casual than the hotels, and certainly
more laid back. It is designed for relaxation, and that’s what I intend to

(This post was written by the poolside. There is free wi-fi throughout the
entire resort. Definitely #lovingthemoment)

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Article by Nina Fuentes

Nina doesn't aim to travel to every country in the world -- she just wants to travel to the places that means the most to her. She started traveling in 2006, and hopes to travel for as long as she can. Her travel blog, Just Wandering won the Best Travel Blog in the 2010 Philippine Blog Awards and in the 2011 Nuffnang Asia Pacific Blog Awards.

This Article Has 10 Comments
  1. Cat says:

    Nice! Looks like it’s family friendly. Also, is the resort all-inclusive? ;)

    • nina says:

      Not all-inclusive, but definitely family friendly! They have a kid’s zone where kids get to do play and do activities like crafts and art while you relax by the pool. Sounds enticing no? ;)

      • Cat says:

        YES! Any place where you can leave your kids to their own devices while you sip on cocktails is worth a visit! :) Did you take a dip in the pool yet? I know you’re working, but you gotta have some play time, yeah?

  2. I would like to stay in a luxury hotel like this!

  3. Ajay says:

    Nice Nina. One Shangri-La hotel I thoroughly enjoyed was Pudong in Shanghai….would love to go back there again

  4. itssheee says:

    wow! the pool looks so inviting!

  5. Baye Maniago says:

    good thing it wasn’t crowded. :)

  6. Looks awesome — a good choice to consider when staying in SG.

  7. charles says:

    Hi, nina. I really want to travel to singapore this coming December. But I’ve never been out of the country before, so I have no idea how much cash should I set aside to experience singapore for like a week.

  8. […] laptop from the desk, I can check emails while sitting out at the balcony, and I was even able to upload a blog post from the poolside. Funny side story: One morning after breakfast, I went down to the pool, intending to take a […]

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