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Christmas in the (Lion) City

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... in the Lion City.

Huge Christmas tree at Marina Square mall


Ahhh... Christmas.  My favorite season.  December is definitely my favorite month since not only does my birthday fall on a day in this glorious season, it's also one of the most heartwarming and festive holidays ever.  People just seem so cheerful and kind during these final months of the year (although I wish the kindness would be a year round thing).

Here in Singapore, Christmas is, of course, also celebrated with much festivity and cheer.  But unlike in the Philippines where decors and seasonal songs can be seen and heard as early as September or October, here it only starts to show by early November (the latest).

We'll be lucky enough to be spending Christmas and New Year's days with the family back home (I am actually counting down the days already.  Wheee!!!)  And it will feel so good stepping on Philippine soil again, no matter what our country's state may be in.

But till that day comes, I'll be content admiring the festive decor around Singapore.

Malls all decked out for Christmas

Starbucks, too


Advance Merry Christmas, everyone!

Comments

  1. Huwaw! Dito pala kayo sa Pinas mag papasko at New year! Iba kasi talaga ang Pasko sa Pinas diba?

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  2. Why so tiny photos sis? I think it's better if you upload your photos in a large size. Merry Christmas! :)

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    1. Ooopps! Sorry. I'm lazy to upload lots of photos so I arrange them in collages so easier uploading. Hehehe! =)

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  3. Dito rin ngyn! sa makati ang skit sa mata ng mga christmas lights lol it reminds me to start ticking my christmas gift list...hahah pressure much!

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