Three-year-old girl scoots around Singapore's top attractions

Three-year-old girl scoots around Singapore's top attractions

Walking is the go-to method for most tourists when visiting a country but one young girl made her way around on a three-wheel scooter instead.

During a one-month trip to Singapore, three-year-old Jemima Vancura, along with her parents and baby sister, combed the island with the aid of her trusty vehicle.

Her parents decided to capture their daughter zooming past various attractions including Gardens by the Bay, the Peranakan Museum, the Singapore Grand Prix race track as well as quintessential locations such as a HDB estate and a BreadTalk outlet.

"My family is lucky enough to spend a few months each year in Singapore. My little girls think it's the best place ever and we all love it!" wrote Jemima's mother Elizabeth Vancura in a Facebook message to The Straits Times on Monday, Dec 2.

"We visited all corners of the island and tried to find different things to do," added Ms Vancura.

The family is based in the United Kingdom.


Go to The Straits Times Communities Entertainment for more stories.

More about

attractions
Purchase this article for republication.

BRANDINSIDER

SPONSORED

Most Read

Your daily good stuff - AsiaOne stories delivered straight to your inbox
By signing up, you agree to our Privacy policy and Terms and Conditions.