Resorts World Sentosa - Crockfords Tower
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... heads off to Universal Studios - kids trying all sorts of rides and roller coasters and lots of the adults (being big kids) as well. The staff surprise me with birthday cake, wine and fruit arrangement - all singing as they come in. This birthday must end soon! John & I eat in the hotel tonight while the others go out for pizza.
... giving us 12 express passes. We went shopping after we had finished with rides and bought some souvenirs. After Universal Studios we took the monorail to Beach Island and we went on the Luge. Once we had finished we went for dinner on the beach at a nice restaurant watching some fireworks. We then caught a taxi home and got some ...
Great day on Sentosa doing lots of first for all of us. Started with the luge and Skyride before moving onto Segways. We all did well except for a few crashes caused by Celia. Later we did some Kayaking before getting caught in a storm and having to come back ...
What's not to love about clean water, great traffic patterns, functional public transportation, ice cream, salads, and English? Singapore was fantastic—it was exactly the break that we needed after a week in India. It felt like we stepped into a time machine and came out in 2050—everything was so modern, clean, and efficient.
Summary: We ate our faces off and drank ...
... a traffic camera ahead, which is followed shortly with a sign stating how fast your going, so not for revenue raising.
Today we went on a tour of the city, very interesting,we stopped at the Merlion Park and enjoyed the impressive views of the Marina Bay. we also visited the Thian Hock Keng Temple, one of Singapore's oldest Buddhist-Taoist temples. did take some photo's but we were not allowed to take photo's of the alter. After that we went to ...