Chilling on Sentosa island

Chilling on Sentosa island

We spent New Year’s in Tallinn with a couple of friends but this little stint did not warrant a blog post, especially since I didn’t take many photos. In January, it was time for another bigger trip – this time to Singapore. 

Kicking off our vacation

We decided to kick off the vacation by spending two nights on Sentosa just relaxing. By the time we arrived at our accommodation at Outpost Hotel, it was around 6 pm and after a quick shower and some unpacking, we headed out for dinner. As many places stopped serving food early, we decided to stay at the resort and just have a quick dinner. We ended up at Native Kitchen in the Village Hotel. I had a Caesar salad and hubby had fried rice. The food was okay and served its purpose. After dinner, we explored the grounds for a bit until we headed to bed.

Fried rice at Native Kitchen
Resort grounds by night
Another hotel within the same resort called The Barracks

Exploring our surroundings and relaxing by the pool

The next morning, we slept in and then headed out to explore the waterfront and find some breakfast. We ended up at a beachfront bar/restaurant called Coastes, where we had some iced coffee and breakfast. I ordered avocado & poached egg muffin with goat cheese and hubby had a ham & cheese croissant. With our bellies full we strolled back along the beach. Once back at the hotel, we decided to hit the rooftop pool. The hotel was an adult-only hotel, which we enjoyed. We got the pool all to ourselves and lounged out with our books, had a cocktail, and went swimming. 

On our way to breakfast
Plenty of cargo ships to “admire”
Time for breakfast
Avocado & poached egg muffin with goat cheese
This plane sticks out of the wall at the KidZania interactive city
Palawan beach
Pool selfie
Time to relax

Nature trail and Japanese food

Once we got bored off the pool we freshened up and headed out to explore a bit of the island. We walked to the cable car station and grabbed a coffee before heading out to explore Sentosa Nature Discovery and the Imbiah Nature Trail. We also found an area called Fort Imbiah and the Imbiah Battery. Eventually, we made our way back to the hotel and enjoyed a late lunch at Le Faubourg. After lunch, we relaxed in our room and eventually got ready for dinner. Before dinner, we headed back up to the rooftop for a pre-dinner cocktail. For dinner, I had made a reservation at MIYOSHI by Fat Cow. We started with some deep-fried edamame. I then had carpaccio of Hokkaido scallops and Hokkaido scallops with umami soymilk sauce. Hubby had spicy Wagyu miso ramen. The food was delicious. 

View from our room
Spotted this scary tree on the nature discovery trail
At Imbiah Battery
The cable car from Singapore to Sentosa
On the nature trail
Crepes for lunch
Dusk at the roof top pool bar
Having drinks at the pool bar
Views from the pool at dusk
Great photo-op set up at the resort
Yummy edamame
Hokkaido scallop carpaccio
Scallops with umami soymilk sauce
Wagyu ramen

French breakfast and off to Singapore

The next morning, we took a quick dip in the rooftop pool before brunch at Le Faubourg. The Rive Gauche brunch for two consisted to baguettes, butter & jam, pastries, eggs en cocotte, avocado toast, homemade granola & yogurt, fruit salad, OJ, and a choice of hot beverage. We also decided to have a glass of champagne with our brunch. After a perfect brunch, it was time to gather our things and grab a cab to go to Singapore city for the rest of our vacation.

Lovely brunch

Stay tuned for more posts from Singapore.

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