Hello everyone and welcome to another of my articles. Today, I’m doing something a little different – a sponsored post in partnership with Traveloka.

I’ve held off doing sponsored articles since Wah So Shiok’s inception, but the website is at a point where it’s undeniably financially logical to do so. However, I’ll only be doing sponsored posts with brands that I’ve previously worked with, or are well respected within the industry. With this in mind, the first sponsored post is in partnership with Traveloka, which I’ve worked together with on multiple occasions. Let’s delve into the post, which aims to highlight Changi City Point.

Changi City Point is an iconic, large, famous shopping centre in Changi Business Park. It is not far from Changi Airport and easy to reach by using the MRT. A factory outlet concept and the absence of distributor intervention make the prices of goods sold here cheaper than in other places. 

For those of you who are planning to stay and need accommodation, Park Avenue Changi and Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore are the best choices of hotels near Changi City Point. According to reviewers, these two accommodations have complete facilities, friendly staff, and comfortable and clean rooms.

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Not far from Changi City Point, there are also interesting tourist attractions and halal cuisine that you must try.

  1. Changi Experience Studio

Airport Changi Airport always presents interesting things. One of the interesting corners here is the Changi Experience Studio. You’ll be blown away by the state-of-the-art technology through the immersive virtual Changi and tell the story of Changi Airport’s history in a fun way. 

You can also play games and simulate airport functions, runway races, and travel across space and time through digital technology. There are 20 points and more than ten zones of exciting content that you must try. 

In fact, you can also play various musical instruments at the Garden of Harmony, which sounds like an Opera House at its climax. Being at the Changi Experience Studio can be an exciting and enjoyable experience for children and adults.

  1. Natureland

Natureland is the right choice for relaxation. You can try a variety of foot and body massages as well as a luxurious gold scrub ritual. It’s a relaxing experience amidst the hustle and bustle of the city with all kinds of rejuvenating facilities.

The Tui Na massage is a must-try. It can help reduce stress and improve sleep quality.

  1. East Coast Park

East Coast Park is the ideal choice for those looking for green spaces to picnic.

The largest park in Singapore has an area of ​​185 ha and is located on the shores of Singapore. It also has a variety of food options in its food village.

  1. The Dimsum Place

For those of you who are Muslims, looking for halal food is a must. But don’t fret, as there are many halal eateries in the east.

One of the recommended halal places to eat around Changi City Point is The Dimsum Place. This restaurant, which is located at 791 North Bridge Road and Changi City Point Outlet, serves 100 types of delicious Halal Cantonese food. The price is also affordable starting from two Singapore dollars.

Recommended dim sum includes: Molten Salted Egg Custard Bun, Deep Fried Carrot Cake, Peking Duck Wrap, and Congee with Mixed Seafood. The portion of food served at The Dimsum Place is substantial. These foods are made by well-known chefs and are certified halal.

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