A really good post about Penang.
I’ve come across Netflix series Bling Empire, where the series focuses on the lives of wealthy Asian living in the United States. It reminds me of the movie Crazy Rich Asians, where the movie was a blockbuster in the United States over in just a week of opening. I know it’s not the latest news, but let us reminisce the good old days while we enjoy our MCO days. Here is the list of Crazy Rich Asians places to visit, based on the movie that worth to check out one day.
Raffles Singapore Hotel
Raffles Singapore hotel features different restaurants, beautiful gardens and luxurious spa. It is one of the most famous hotels in Singapore, with its colonial heritage as it is an upscale accommodation for the luxury. Rachel and Nick stay in the hotel’s Presidential Suite
The Changi Airport
Never in anyone bucket list to visit an airport, but Changi Airport Singapore is an exception. Named world’s best airport for the eight year in a row at the annual Skytrax World Airport Awards 2020. The airport is worldwide favourite. It full of gardens with beautiful flowers, and the 10-story attraction, Jewel, home to the tallest indoor waterfall in the world. The Rain Vortex, surrounded by a terraced forest setting and seven storey tall. Locals sometimes come here just to hang out, even if they’re not flying anywhere.
Newton Food Centre
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Houses over 100 stalls, this hawkers center is one of Singapore’s many iconic food centers. Plenty of options to choose from, chili crab, oyster omelette, Hainanese chicken rice, satay, hokkien mee and many more. Newton food center is also known as tourist attraction for sampling Singaporean cuisine. We will be spoilt for choice on which food stall offers the best.
CHIJMES is a historic building complex, used to be a Catholic church and then a convent, located in the heart of City Hall. CHIJMES now is a lifestyle complex with green lawns, marble waterfalls, courtyards and neoclassical buildings makes it a great spot to unwind. Popular for wedding venue and photoshoots for it’s beautiful spot. There are also restaurants, cafes, salons, bars, and a beautiful courtyard to explore.
Garden by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands
This futuristic garden is Singapore’s premier horticultural attraction and a city icon. Set within Marina Bay, you’ll find the Flower Dome, the largest glass greenhouse in the world and the Cloud Forest, home to tallest indoor waterfall. A trip to Gardens by The Bay is worth it for a glimpse of the Supertree Grove, a man-made tree sculptures covered in plants.
Just a walking distance from Marina Bay Sands, the most iconic hotel for the award-winning dining and the world’s largest rooftop Infinity Pool. Have your staycation Singapore here and you’ll get the complimentary access to the hotel’s Sands SkyPark and infinity pool.
This is where all the fun begins. Sentosa Island features exciting array of themed attractions like Universal Studios, award-winning spa retreats, lush rainforests and golden sandy beaches. Popular attractions among business and leisure visitors such as the iconic Sentosa Merlion and Madame Tussauds Singapore. Catch a ride on the Sentosa Skyline Luge and Skyride to get a glimpse of the entire island, which will be absolutely worth it.
An Siang Hill and Club Street
Located within the Chinatown, old and colourful houses have been restored and turned into restaurants and boutiques, which you’ll find yourself at the crossroads of the old and new. The district history merges seamlessly with trendy shopping and dining options.
Four Seasons Resort Langkawi
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Langkawi is very well known as the jewel of Kedah, and is the perfect beach getaway destination in Malaysia. Four Seasons Langkawi located in a tropical rainforest offers a gorgeous view, luxury accommodations, you’ll find everything you’ll need.
Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion
Located at 14 Leith Street, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion is a boutique hotel that’s one of Penang’s best-known attractions that mainly reflects Chinese architectural styles of the Imperial Period. The first thing we will notice is its blue exterior and gorgeous architecture. Can spend the day here admiring the interior or take a short walk the surrounding streets, which contain historic monuments and traditional shops and restaurants.
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