My Five Days in Singapore
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The following day, we left the hotel and took a taxi to the Resorts World Sentosa. The Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore is a nice place for a short stay. There are attractions like the Universal Studio, Maritime Xperiential Museum, Crane Dance, Casino and its famous resident show - The Voyage de la Vie
The staff who attended us was friendly and nice. She gave us a map of the resort and showed us the way to the entrance to the Universal Studio to collect the tickets of the show Voyage de la Vie we purchased online. I thought the distance between sites and attractions in the resorts were far away from each other, but they weren't as far as I thought they were. All the sites were within walking distance and the farthest one only take about 15 to 20 minutes to get there on foot. We collected the tickets at the guest service behind the tickets counter of the Universal Studio. The show will be performed at 8:30 pm at the following evening. I happily received the tickets and couldn't wait to watch the spectacular circus Voyage de la Vie. The friendly staff told us that the Universal Studio tickets are always sold out, so if we would like to visit the studio we should bought the tickets in a day before the visit. For one one-day pass ticket costs $66 Singapore Dollars, including a $5 dollars retail voucher and a $5 dollars meal voucher to spend inside the Universal Studio. That was really good.So, on the second day of the trip, we went to the Resorts World Sentosa, checked-in Hard Rock Hotel, bought tickets to Universal Studio for the following day, spent an afternoon at the casino and had dinner in a Chinese Restaurant. It was a relaxing day.
On the following day, we woke up at 8 am and walked to the Universal Studio.
As shown on the map, you can see there are seven themes in the park
Later, it started raining. Many people who didn't carry umbrellas with them had stayed indoors until the rain stopped. The bad weather had annoyed my parents, so they left Universal Studio when they could. I didn't want to leave that early, still places I haven't visited yet. So, they left and I stayed. I walked to Ancient Egypt site, I did the Revenge of the Mummy, an indoor roller coaster, then walked to Hollywood, and I stayed indoor watching a monster rock-n-roll musical performance in the Pantages Hollywood Theater.
Later, I walked back to New York and got inside the Lights, Camera, Action, hosted by Steven Spielberg
On the following day, we left the resort and took a taxi back to downtown. We checked-in the Hotel Gallery, then walked along the riverside and had lunch in a shopping mall. I ate chicken rice. After lunch we went to the Marina Bay Sands Casino. Marina Bay Sands, located next to the financial district, known as the second most expensive casino in the world. Its architecture is really great and awesome. And the person who created this stunning and vibrant structure is Architect Moshe Safdie.
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