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You can call me Sam!
I'm from Singapore. It's a little red dot on the atlas and SG (short-form for Singapore) is really small it's not even funny. P.S. Singapore's not part of China, though a huge part of Singapore's population is made up of Chinese (Singaporean-Chinese).
While I'm a closet introvert, for the most part, I'm think I'm quite outgoing, spontaneous, friendly and fun-loving! I laugh like a horse, and I enjoy meeting people from different cultures because it never fails to intrigue and fascinate me. Learning new things really perks me up.
I love traveling although it can get really expensive #peasantlifeforever. So when I'm not busy planning a vacation, I'm a home girl. Spending most of my time in my pyjamas, I usually play computer games (L4D lol), watch films and train my vocals in the shower!
Oh, and I love my food.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
It would be a pleasure to be able to connect with like-minded people all around the world!
Chicken and beer please!
I love singing, although my accuracy of them lyrics is only 33.33%. And... like any other girl, I do love my cosmetics and facial products!
At any given time, I'd also be up for a game of mahjong or L4D with my homies. I also really love watching movie films on my laptop and googling random weird stuff.
I used to Canoe and I am still interested in water sports (dragon boating and swimming) but as I age, I try not to get out in the sun as much as I can. Yes, "vain" is the word.
I like the occasional adventure such as visiting theme parks and sitting on life-threatening rides, hiking in the woods/mountain just to catch a glimpse of nature and sky-diving and bungee-jumping are things that are on my bucket list!
- make up
- scuba diving
- bungee jumping
What I Can Share with Hosts
The must-shares: Coffee, tea, instant noodles and souvenirs from my country!
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In