Summer time usually means the time to unwind. Seasielle and her family (mother&sister) truly knew how to spend their vacation. They all went to Singapore together with some of their relatives for 8 days (April 21-28,2018), though they didn’t really count the 8th day since it was already the time to bid farewell to SG.
The highlight: Plane ride brought to you by Singapore Airlines for only Php 9,900+ back and forth with meal including travel tax. (Now, this was what super sale means)
21st of April:
Their group, consists of 10 adults plus 2 kids, arrived at Terminal 2 of Changi Airport around 8 in the evening; and they immediately rented a router. For Public Transport: It was an easy one to find a ride especially an airport taxi since it was waiting within the premises. Past 8 in the evening, they arrived at Tai Hoe Hotel (Seasielle and her family paid Php 36,600 for the said accommodation good for 8 days). The location of the said hotel is in-front of a mall, and just a walking distance going to Mustafa (a store where you can buy everything you need at the lowest possible price).
About the Hotel: The room they got was below average when it comes to cleanliness, and space, but an average one for location, and staff friendliness.
22nd of April:
This was the day they went to Gardens by The Bay. They bought their tickets online for Cloud Forest which includes an entrance for Flower Dome as well at 912 in Philippine Peso. For groups who have an elderly or people with special needs, a wheelchair is available at the information center for rent.
Highlights: The Tram Ride which really gave the group a tour of what to see, and what to expect within the premises. For Cloud Forest, it was The Waterfalls inside whilst in Flower Dome, it was the tea cup that really captures Seasielle’s interest.
23rd of April:
The group were divided since the six adults plus two kids went to Singapore Zoo, and Night Safari; whilst Seasielle together with her family (since they were all adults) went to Haw Par Villa, China Town, and Lucky Plaza Mall.
Highlights: Ten Courts of Hell which can be found in Haw Par Villa (free entrance); The sculpted designs of Buddha Tooth Relic Temple (free entrance); and the lowest bargain price of goods in Lucky Plaza Mall.
24th of April:
The day where Reality turned into a Magical World: Universal Studios. The whole group bought their tickets online specifically with Klook and they only got it for 2,666 in Philippine Peso. They spent their whole day there [from opening (10:00 in the morning) until closing (6:30 in the evening)], and went to Lau Pa Sat, which is known for good food, to eat dinner (this one is a must try).
Highlights: The Water World Show; Characters Meet and Greet, and shows as well; and the rides (Puss In Boots Giant Journey, Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, Canopy Flyer, Transformers, and Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase).
Note: Include Universal Studios Singapore in your itinerary and you won’t regret it. Also, wheelchairs strollers, and scooters can be rented at the entrance of the said amusement park.
25th of April:
Where Art meets Science: Welcome to Art Science Museum Singapore. Benedict Cumberbatch aka Dr. Strange paid a visit to this place since it is one of the most sought about Science Museum in Southeast Asia. Also, the whole group had a chance to watch the not-so-famous Wings of Time at around 7:00 in the evening. (All tickets were bought online).
Highlights: Nature which is the first part of Art Science Museum; Space which showcases the lights that everyone is talking about; and the interactive part where you will see your artwork in the big screen.
26th of April:
The group were divided again since the six adults plus two kids went to Legoland Malaysia; whilst Seasielle together with her family (since they were all adults) went to Haji Lane. Afterwards, they went to Mustafa (which is a shopping center where one can buy souvenirs at the lower possible price).
27th of April:
Flock of Birds: Welcome to Jurong Bird Park where all species of birds gathered together in one area. The whole group bought their tickets online.
Highlights: Tram Ride which is a big Yes; and the famous Hanging Bridge which can be found inside Lory Loft.
28th of April:
Time to bid goodbye to this Peculiar Place.
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