Gardens By The Bay 滨海湾花园 No ratings yet.

Gardens By The Bay (滨海湾花园) Gardens By The Bay is the newest attractions in Singapore.  The wonders of the Gardens is unveiled for the public on 29 June 2012.   You will be able to experience many its world’s first unique features such as the vertical gardens of the Supertrees; the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest cooled conservatories; the Heritage Gardens and World of Plants; and the Dragonfly Lake. Garden By The Bay is a MUST VISIT place of attraction if you visit Singapore and it was recommended by Patricia Schultz, the author of the New York Times best seller “1000…

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Slide@T3 Changi Terminal No ratings yet.

  Slide@T3 – Tallest Slide in Singapore and All Airports   I had heard it on the TV news two weeks ago that there is a new attraction at the Changi Airport which is opened to public from 27 May 2010 .  This is also the answer to Quiz 3 which Ros correctly guessed it. In the news, it looked interesting and looked quite exciting especially when it was mentioned as the tallest slide in Singapore and the tallest in any airport around the world!    At 12 metres tall, the jumbo twister slide is the height of four standard basketball…

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Marina Bay Sands Opens Today No ratings yet.

  Marina Bay Sands 1st Phase   Photo credit by 25802865@N08 Las Vegas Sands Corp opens its first phase of its $5.5b (S$7.5b) Marina Bay Sands on April 27 2010.  Its debut at 3.18pm which is an auspicious time meaning prosperity in Chinese dialects.  The First phase opening will comprise of 963 hotel rooms, part of shopping mall (including shops like Guess, Raoul and Apple Epicentre) at Marina Bay Sands and The Sands Expo and Convention Center, celebrity chef restaurants along with other dining outlets and the casino.    Photo credit by henryleong Marina Bay Sands aims to become one…

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Opening of Marina Bay Double Helix Bridge No ratings yet.

  World’s First Double Helix Bridge   Photo Credit by adforce1 The latest attraction in Singapore were the pedestrian and vehicular bridges at Marina Bay.  It was officially opened last Saturday morning 24th April 2010.    The pedestrian bridge is named “The Helix” because of its helical structure while the vehicular bridge is named “Bayfront Bridge”.   Photo Credit by skeith_yip The Helix was opened to the public from 9.30pm on last Saturday while the Bayfront Bridge opened from 3.00pm on Sunday.    The opening attracted a huge crowd with its pyrotechnic display and the line-up of performances.  The Helix serves as…

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Universal Studios Singapore Opens Today No ratings yet.

  Universal Studios Singapore The latest and the MOST anticipated attraction in Singapore was officially opened this morning to the public at 8.28 am on 18 March 2010.   Universal Studios Singapore is the first Universal Studios theme park in Southeast Asia.  It opens just in time to cater eager parents living in Singapore during the March Singapore School holidays. Now there is another option to bring their kids and family to.   This morning, hundreds of visitors including foreign visitors lined up to be among the first into the 20-hectare themed park. Personally, this is something I have been waiting for…

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SengKang Swimming Complex (Anchorvale) 3.75/5 (4)

SengKang Swimming Complex – Cheap Good and Fun (where to find?) General Description I think this must be one of the most well-kept secret for family fun in Singapore.   A Wild-Wild Wet similar kind of water fun yet public swimming pool price! Not many people actually know this place because it is so new (renovation is still ongoing outside the complex) and because it is “hidden” in a town where not many people will expect to find such treasure there.  Unless you are living nearby or being told by friends, most likely many will not know this place.  Ok… now…

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Singapore Flyer No ratings yet.

Singapore Flyer – A brother of London Eye General Description If you have not been to London Eye and wanted to experience a similar experience, Singapore Flyer is the latest attraction in town to make it happens.  Of course, it is unfair to say you will have a similar experience, as both are different in many ways.   Even if you have been to London Eye, you will experience a different feeling when you sit on the Singapore Flyer as the surroundings, the atmosphere, the view and the people accompanying you are not the same. The Singapore Flyer allows visitors to…

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