Saturday, April 26, 2014
Sunday, April 20, 2014
Getting your tickets
Being the only theme park in town and having included a relative new ride (TRANSFORMERS The Ride: The Ultimate 3D Battle) into the family, Universal Studios Sentosa is the place to be if you love rides and themeparks. With 7 zones, there is plenty to see and do. Usual prices of admission tickets are S$74, but there are a couple of online promotions going on at the moment:
1. Mastercard Promotion - 15% off Adult One-Day Pass (U.P. $74)
Promotion valid till 31 May 2014
2. Easter Festival Online Exclusive
Visit Universal Studios Singapore from 18 Apr till 13 May and enjoy One-Day Adult Passes at S$66 (U.P. $74). Valid for Singapore IP addresses.
So who said being tech-savvy and planning a little ahead (even on day or the day itself) never paid off? If you know which day you want to go, have access to the internet and a printer, and own a credit (great if they are having a card promotion), it’s always best to check the website and make your booking online rather than buying on the spot and missing out... Read more>>
Friday, April 18, 2014
Making its debut in 2010, i Light Marina Bay, is a month long festival that is Singapore’s, as well as Asia ’s first sustainable light art festival. It serves as the regional platform for exchanging ideas and technology, artistic expression and public engagement through light art works which emphasize on intelligent light usage and sustainable use of energy. Since then (2010), there have been numerous dynamic and innovative light art installations along the 3.5km waterfront promenade that have been displayed over the years.
This year, i Light Marina Bay's theme is Light+heART and features 28 innovative and environmentally sustainable light art installations from around the world. From 7 to 30 March 2014 enjoy a full array of events, programmes and fun activities that are aimed to create a dazzling and enriching experience. There are free guided tours, entertaining performances, workshops and more; to bring you an even more enjoyable experience (check out the Calendar of Events)... Read more>>
Crayons, those sticks of colors that we often use when we were children to color the walls and pieces of paper soon get boring when we get older and coloring within the lines (or on walls) becomes passe. Well, a few months ago, I discovered a new creative (and really fun) way to use crayons - crayon melting. Yes, you read me right, melting crayons is the latest craze in town (my town at least) and how could you not want to try melting them? :)
I thought this was really cool and since I discovered this method. I have always wanted to give it try it. So yesterday, I decided to give it a go in my spare time.
|Not bad eh?|
Interested in making your own crayon melt art? Don't worry it is actually really simple to do! Read more>>
Tuesday, January 14, 2014
It was supposed to be a normal day at work, except that it wasn’t… well, at least for the latter half of that day: we were to bring out some elderlies from St. John’s Home For Elderly Persons to the zoo! The date was set and the snacks were bought (and brought) when the day arrived. We made our way to the home in anticipation, not knowing exactly what to expect. But it turned out to be an interesting and fulfilling day out with the colorful characters we brought out that day, amongst them was even an ex-Olympian!
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Snuggled in a tiny corner of Joo Chiat Road opposite the Katong 112 shopping mall is Fatboys the Burger Bar, which serves up burgers with a twist: its a burger joint, its a bar, its... a burger place where you can customize your own burger from a list of buns, patties, cheeses, add-ons and sauces all in the comfort of a 'happening' environment. Besides burgers, Fatboys the Burger Bar also has other comfort foods such as onion rings, milk shakes etc... All in the comfort of... Read more>>
If you are ever in Singapore and are looking for a hotel that is near Outram Park and the MRT, Wangz Hotel is a hotel that you can consider. Being close to the Outram MRT Station, it is also a breeze if/when you want to go to Habourfont (and Sentosa). From the hotel there is a shuttle bus that will bring you to the MRT station, so it is pretty convenient. If you prefer to walk, the hotel is about a 5-10 minutes walk to the Outram MRT Station.
Wangz Hotel, being a boutique hotel, may not be very big, but it has all the basic necessities and facilities. Service was commendable and personal: check in was swift and efficient. The room we were allotted was clean and well-maintained, with the usual amenities such as bottles of water and toiletries being replenished daily. Throughout our time in Singapore, the staff were very helpful and... Read more>>