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Outfit Details:

Dress: Belle Jean Clothing
Bag: Ever New
Flats: SM Parisian
Earrings: Franck Herval Bijoux
Bracelet: Nima
Sunnies: DIY


Haji Lane is a bloggers haven. I have seen my favorite bloggers in here posting about their experience and the artistic beauty of this street, so I really said to myself that I need to go to Haji Lane when we go to Singapore and that is exactly what I did.


It was one hot morning when we went there. We intentionally visit Haji Lane in the morning because I know this street will be filled with lots of people in the afternoon until evening and we might not be able to take photos. Stores has not opened yet when we went there. Partly, I regret that I did not wait until stores opened, but partly I am thankful because I just saved myself from too much buying. I’ve bought a lot of clothes in Singapore and I don’t want to add more because I don’t want to be Singa-poor when I come home.


I wore a plain lavender dress because buildings in Haji lane are graffiti painted so I kept it simple for me to stand out. Quirky place calls for quirky sunnies. My DIY sunnies matches my dress and matches the place!


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I’ve always been curious about celebrity wax figure because I know that these figures are the exact replica of how these celebrities look like in real life. I was so happy when I found out that there is Madame Tussauds in Singapore, aside from the popular Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong.

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This is Lady Gaga‘s wax figure and you will see this before you enter Madame Tussauds building.


The Madame Tussauds ticket that we bought includes Images of Singapore Live, it is like a package and I was so thrilled about it because I also want to know Singapore’s history. Images of Singapore Live is a fun, interactive and theatrical journey in uncovering the nation’s extraordinary story plus we also experienced spirit of Singapore boat ride. The end of our boat ride was the entrance to Madame Tussauds.


There are actually a lot of wax figures including local Singaporean celebrities as well as international celebrities, but the one’s included in this blog are just the calebrities I know. Let’s start behind the scene and know how Madame Tussauds started.



This is the portrait of Madame Tussaud who was born Anna Maria Grosholtz from Strasbourg, France before he married Francois Tussaud.


She started creating wax figure at the age of 17 and her legacy was passed on from generation to generation.

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Moving on let us go to the Leaders.


Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.



US President Barack Obama.



Selfie with Obama.



My boyfriend taking over Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong‘s desk. Look who’s the boss now!


Next is Sports.


David Beckham got a new work out buddy.



Looks like someone’s gonna beat Muhammad Ali!



Tiger Woods.



Got the chance with Cristiano Ronaldo.


16The cool guy got a new sport!



My glitz and glamour experience started with my guesting at Oprah Winfrey show. Aww.. How I wish!



Selfie with Oprah.



Katy Perry.



King of Pop, Michael Jackson.



This time with the Queen Bey. (Beyonce Knowles)


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The King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley.


The Beatles. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr.

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Film Celebs this time.


The iconic Marilyn Monroe.



I’m having Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Holly Golighty star, Audrey Hepburn.



E.T. and his new found friend.



Bruce Lee.



The Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger.


A-list stars.


Tom Cruise.



Leonardo DiCaprio.



Johnny Depp.



Michelle Yeoh.



The power duo, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.



Trying to become a Brangelina third party.


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This whole experience is really awesome! I hope you enjoyed this quick tour. More to come for my Singapore travel!




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Another unforgettable experience on our trip to Singapore was our visit to the Trick Eye Museum. Trick Eye is short for ‘Trick of the eye’, which refers to an art technique that turns two-dimensional paintings into three-dimensional images through the use of optical illusions. With that, 2D paintings on the museum walls, floors and ceilings appear to pop out of the surface and come to life.


I was really excited about this and I included this on our Singapore itinerary. There are a total of 90 artworks in Trick Eye Museum Singapore. The museum consists of six zones in different themes- ‘World of Masterpiece’, ‘Safari Kingdom’, ‘Star of Circus’, ‘Dream of Fairy Tale’, ‘Love In Winter’ and ‘Adventure Discovery’. My boyfriend and I had so much fun! Check out our photos below.


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We just couldn’t fit, but who cares? That’s the art of love anyway.


Thank you for visiting my page! I’ll be blogging about our Madame Tussauds visit next time, so stay tuned!


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