Singapore 2.0

It was a sudden decision to book a flight to SG, its Chinese New Year and it’s a holiday! Since I wasn’t able to complete my checklist during my last visit, I plan to do it now.

Well, I did some but decided not to go to Universal Studios Singapore (USS) anymore. Any way there’s always next time. Plus I enjoyed staying at the hotel too bad I wasn’t able to try their fitness centre and their awesome pool because I had my period. Why is it every time I’m planning to take a dip at the pool my menstruation always lets me down just like what it did at Pico de Loro. Sigh!

Nonetheless, my second time around here in Singapore is still worth it. I didn’t spend a cent aside from shopping. Haha. Free food, free accommodation, free passes, thanks to my sponsor! 😉

Remember my first trip here? So this is the continuation of what I wanted to do.

Eve of Chinese New Year

Eve of Chinese New Year.

Esplanade

Nice view from the roof deck of the Esplanade.

Singapore Flyer

Finally! Inside Singapore Flyer.

Admission Fee:
Adult (13 years or older) – S$33
Child* (3-12 years old) – S$21
Family Combo** (2 Adults & 1 Child)S$78
* Children below the age of 3 are allowed to ride for free.
** Applicable for Singapore Flight

Opening Hours:
Daily 8:30am – 10:30pm
Last Admission at 10:15pm

Ticket Sales: 8:00am – 10:00pm

Website: www.singaporeflyer.com

Super Tree

I was so scared! Fear of heights + strong wind + claustrophobia = scary me. You will find ticket prices on this post.

Sands Skypark

Sands Skypark Observation Deck at Marina Bay Sands.

Admission Fee:
Adults – S$23
Children (2-12 years) – S$17
Senior Citizen (65 years and above) – S$20

*Tickets available at Marina Bay Sands®, Ticketing Counter at Hotel Lobby Tower 3

Operating Hours: 10am – 10pm daily

Website: www.marinabaysands.com/Sands-SkyPark

Fountain of Wealth

Fountain of Wealth Suntec City. It is a tradition to go around the fountain with your hands on the water for a life of prosperity.

Not much but still memorable. Thanks for reading! 🙂

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