Kurot Principle to Travel Singapore
We are OFWs in Singapore for more than 5 years and they have this feeling na we are enjoying our life here.
Opo, we are enjoying life.
We save, invest, eat, travel and do merry making; goals in our life.
Ang sunod na tanong nila,
“Malaki siguro sahod nyo”.
Parehas lang ang kinikita ng mga kaibigan namin sa Pilipinas ang sinasahod namin sa Singapore.
Eh kung ganun, why stay Singapore?
Ang daming tanong sa amin noh?
Ito naman ang sagot naming mag-asawa.
Kasi malinis, maliit ang tax at security.
Yan ang mga bagay na hinahabol namin sa bansang ito na di pa kayang ibigay ng Maynila.
‘Di kayang bayaran ng pera ang stress na pwedeng ibigay sa akin kapag ang asawa ko ay nasa night shift.
Sunod na usual na tanong naman nila, “Diba mahal ang bilihin dun?”
Nasa sa inyo po yun paano nyo titipirin ang sarili ninyo.
At dito kasi sa Singapore maraming LIBRE na pwedeng gawin.
Libreng pasyalan, murang swimmingan, laruan, libreng train fare, kahit pa inuman.
Hahanapin mo lang. Syempre may susunod na tanong ulit yun, haha. “Saan? – Paano? – Kelan?” Sasagutin ko naman yun isa-isa.
Biro nyo po yun ang laging set ng mga tanong, para akong plaka na paulit-ulit.
Kaya my husband and I came up with an idea to help my friends and kababayan and people of the world (woooohooo) to travel Singapore in budget.
We created an eBook to be a guide for a fantastic yet not a break-bank experience for all.
Lahat andyan na, anong sasakyan, saan murang kakain, anong murang hotel, saan mag-shopping ng gadgets. You name it!
We do hope na you and your family will decide to visit Singapore and experience how to live in a First World Country and you will may murmur na
“Sana ganito din sa Pinas.”
You definitely need to own this travel guide.
Any questions you can find us at our facebook page.
See you here in Singapore.
a Filipino expat who has lived in Singapore for almost 7 years — a frugal person, a blogger, an investor and an explorer.
She loves to experience new things, taste different cuisines and watch movie premieres for a lesser ticket price or, better yet, a complimentary one.
Her circle of friends gets excited on what she is posting in their A&W Couple’s Blog so everyone always ask for her travel advices. And the idea of helping more people tour Singapore for free became the heart of this book. Armed with all her experiences, she completed the book just in time for Singapore’s Jubilee Year.
She still lives in Singapore and welcomes her friends and family to tour this City-State annually. For her, enjoying life does not depend on how much you spend but with who you are spending your time.