Posted at 2:52 pm , on October 27, 2020
Oh, how 2020 had been an exciting year for all of us – we were introduced to many new things like toilet paper rush, queuing up and stocking up of food, safe distancing, circuit-breaker among the many new experiences. Now with 2020 drawing close, we have flight to nowhere, cruise to nowhere and fresh from Singapore Airlines – Dine@A380! Although I wasn’t keen on SIA@home, Dine@A380 was something that was harder to resist.
Many has written detailed reviews on how good the whole event was – which I have to agree it was an excellent job done by the crew who volunteered their time and effort for it. You can tell that those who were there that day were proud to be part of the event!
I shall then write on my experience on the bad and the good side of the whole experience starting from the booking process leading up to the event day.
Posted at 10:53 am , on September 18, 2019
This will be my first attempt on review of a non-flight/hotel/travel item. It is still very much related to enhancing one’s traveling experience though. 😊
Disclaimer – this post is NOT sponsored.
I was never a fan of good earphone or headphone until my first experience with the Bose QC15 on my maiden Suites flight on SQ866 back in 2013. Prior to that, I have always used the stock earphone that came with the phone.
Bose has been regularly featured on many airlines’ premium class – especially on Singapore Airlines. After QC15, next came the QC25 which gave a better comfort and noise cancellation over its predecessor. Since last year, Singapore Airlines made a change and now the standard issue in First Class/Suites is B&O H9i. It gives a more premium look and feel over the QC25 but not necessarily better quality or noise cancellation.
Posted at 11:37 am , on October 20, 2016
I made a booking on SIN-HND-CTS as Singapore Airlines only fly to CTS direct during winter season. I paid 51,000 miles and $34 for one way First Saver redemption on SQ. After considering the few options (Jetstar, JAL and ANA), I decided to go with ANA as they had a very good promo for tourists (explore Japan fare). A One Way Y ticket from HND to CTS cost $142 (incl. tax). As I bought my ticket during the Free Ninja Wifi promo, I managed to get a 4 day free Mifi rental (valued at $60)! The J ticket cost $600 and I wasn’t keen to burn my miles for a domestic J redemption for a 1.5 hours flight.