Monday, November 10, 2008

Safra Bungalow Resort (Part 1)

I am back from the weekend holidaying in a corner of Singapore. We rented a two storey bungalow resort in Changi Coast quite near to the Changi Airport. Spend about four days there. And no we cant find quiet time in here because the entire family and friends will be there making lots of noises partying (my eldest son's 21st birthday party) and BBQ and the nearby changi airport with the frequent aeroplanes flying in and out of the airport can be very loud.....lol. (Will talked about those huge planes at later posts).

These are how the bungalows looked like.



This side gate allows us to walk to the nearby beach where I am standing now.
You have to return to visit my later posts to see how the bungalow looked like. :)

8 comments:

Laura said...

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the donG said...

wow! looks like a relax haven to me! hope that we get to see how beautiful it is inside.

Kitem said...

Noises from the party is ok, you must have had a blast, noises from the airport not so nice, never mind, joy was in your heart, that was the most important.
I'm looking forward for more pictures and stories of the week end.

Photo Cache said...

I see there's plenty of walking spaces to escape to incase the noise level gets too much for the older members of the family.

I'm sure you had a ton of fun.

CC said...

I'm so happy you had fun my friend..but I'm happy you're back. I missed chatting with you..:)

Daniel J Santos said...

beautiful place...

alicesg said...

Thank you for the nice comments and I missed blogging while vacationing in a corner of Singapore. :) Yes, there's a beach nearby and a cycling and jogging path too, will blog about it later. And of course plenty of good food with a seafood restaurant, poolside cafe, a coffee house and karaoke, games arcade and bowling facilities too.

Squirrel said...

Hi Alice--I've just been easing back from my break. This resort looks so nice--we're just starting to feel a chill in the air--those crisp days before the holiday season ... I'll need a resort like this sometime in late February!