February 09, 2010
Rachel and I are the first couple in Singapore to have our solemnisation ceremony on board an airplane – how cool is that? :)
It happened at 5.50am on 2 February, 2010, on board Jetstar’s plane, 3K 823 at Changi Airport, Terminal 1.
The two witnesses who signed on the certificate were my mom and Rachel’s mom. The wedding solemniser is Justice of Peace, Mr Lim Huan Chiang.
The ceremony was short, it was over in around ten minutes. The plane took off on time after that with no delay.
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "Something cheery and romantic for the upcoming Valentine's Day cum Chinese New Year."
June 20, 2008
December 26, 2007
To create media buzz for the opening of Changi Airport Terminal 3, the folks at Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) organised a “Paradise Wedding @ T3” photography contest on 14 December, 2007...
At first, I was rather excited to be one of the first to see what inside T3 looks like. This quickly turned to disappointment upon entering the premises. Many of the areas were still under construction. 99 per cent of the furniture and decors were still in their bubble wraps or foam packaging. How to take “Paradise” picture like that?????
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "what the media did not mentioned about the paradise wedding contest."
August 16, 2007
YunQi and her friends were involved in the A380 study trip conducted few days ago. They had to test the new Terminal 3 and the new A380, checking in and out and boarding in and out a few times.
we've got 3 boarding pass (air ticket) for SQ 380. it says, we depart from Singapore to HongKong. LOL. but its stationary. SIAN. and YAY. its double deck plane. no much difference from normal plane actually. although its AirBus, it was very cramp.
June 05, 2007
January 23, 2007
Alex Nadder said:
Finnair has basically spent the last couple of years cementing itself as one of Singapore's lower-cost options as a gateway to Europe. So imagine my surprise when I saw this press release via Airliners.net:
"As a result of the increases in Indian and Chinese traffic, the onward flights from Bangkok to Singapore will no longer be operated. Singapore and the flights previously planned for Kuala Lumpur will be served in cooperation with partner airlines.
Finnair Group Press Release"
Why spend so much money on an ad campaign and then pull the plug on the route so quickly?
Recommended by Anonymous Coward: "A major European airline kills off their Singapore route - a vital link between Singapore and Europe - even while still promoting themselves on our buses and taxis. Perhaps it has something to do with the new Bangkok airport?"
March 16, 2006
August 25, 2005
May 13, 2005
Peter Chou puts up 2 years of photos from Pulau Ubin and Changi Point:
Pulau Ubin is the last major rural community of Singapore... Today, it has not more than 50 families left catering to the weekend tourist trade in the form of bicycle rental, food and beverage. Pulau Ubin has also a relatively unknown spiritual side in the form of numerous temples and shrines. It even has a shrine to a German girl who reportedly died during WWI when the British authorities attempted to intern her and her family.