Our Legoland Malaysia adventure

We decided to squeeze in a sidetrip to Malaysia during our three-day layover in Singapore to experience Legoland Resort, a theme park just across the causeway from Singapore located in Johor Bahru. It rained so hard, but we still had such an amazing day with my husband's high school friends Tim, Alfred and Ivy. There's just so much to see and do inside. It turned out to be a super wet and wild, fun-filled day. Definitely one for the books! :)

We rode a shuttle bus from Singapore Flyer to get to Legoland. The theme park is actually just a quick journey (maybe an hour?) from Singapore, and passing through Immigration is a breeze if you have the required visa of course.

In Miniland, they have built miniature versions of famous landmarks and tourist spots of different Asian countries out of lego bricks. My favorite would have to be the Taj Mahal in India and of course my country, Philippines.
They're so intricately done that it almost looked like the real thing. Creative guys, I know. They even did a lego version of the Singapore Flyer. Awesome!
We tried some of their roller coasters and just acted all out silly the entire day. We couldn't help it. :)

This theme park is not just for kids, any one of all ages will really enjoy. One can literally pick up the pieces and build a Legoland a la Ed Sheeran, watch Lego movies, scream your heart out riding the roller coasters, learn how to drive, create a Lego robot, and simply just go and have an adventure. There's something to do both indoor and outdoor, no matter the weather.

One of the attractions that stood out to me would have to be the Lego Star Wars. Not really a diehard Star Wars fan, but I'm telling you, those lego creations inside were just dope. They're incredible!
This is seriously one of the best quick road trips we've done in a long time. I highly recommend this place to families and friends. Lego and non-Lego fans will surely have a blast. You can read more about Legoland Malaysia Resort and what they have to offer from their website.

My feet are itching again to go and have another adventure. I can't wait to explore more. I would have wanted to explore the rest of Malaysia if only we had the time. Been wanting to go to Kuala Lumpur. Someday soon for sure! :)

Friday I'm in love #12 { Favorite Lip Products }

Happy Friday, guys! Did you know that it was International Lipstick Day two days ago? Yes, there is actually such a thing. I actually knew about it only when my lovely friend Jerin posted it on her Instagram. I got inspired by her pretty photo, so I thought of dedicating today's Friday Love post to this tiny beauty product that's been a constant favorite among women.

Here are five of my favorite lip products of all time. I said lip products since some of them are not actually lipstick. One's a lip gloss and the other's a lip balm. :)
Yves Saint Laurent Gloss Volupte #49 in Terriblement Fuchsia
Inglot Matte Lipstick #405
Rimmel #103 Lasting Finish Matte by Kate Moss Lipstick
MAC Snob Satin Lipstick
Burt's Bees Replenishing Lip Balm

I have been addicted to these Burt's Bees lip balms since 2008 ever since my friend Apple gifted me with one. These are literally lip savers and I don't go anywhere without one of these. I even have one on top of my bedside table since I feel weird when my lips become dry. It seriously tames my perpetually-chapped lips.
I gotta say that Inglot super matte finish lipsticks are my absolute favorite. They're amazingly creamy, moisturizing, and also has Vitamin E. It's one of the more nourishing lipstick lines out there. The scent is quite yummy,  color stays for a long time, and they're paraben-free too. Win!

I chose Inglot #405 as a favorite because of its neutral shade. I look like a totally different person when I wear this dark beauty. I go with this one whenever I want to achieve a more mature and serious look. It really stands out among all of my pink and beige lipsticks. :)
These tiny tubes of instant color have actually been around for the past 91 years, but wearing lipstick has been the thing since 5,000 years ago. I know! It's been that long!

As you may notice, I don't have any red colored lipstick on my favorites. Not really a fan of full-on red to be honest. The shade's just too grown-up for me. I don't think I can pull it off. I prefer shades more on the pink, blush and even nude side. Maybe I'll get to that phase when I'm comfortable enough to rock it.

How's the weekend treating you so far? Hope it's been fun and colorful!