Saturday, October 10, 2009

Singapore 3Days 2Nights

As what I said earlier, our Singapore trip is to bring my friend, Lily to meet the "Pink Dolphins" in Sentosa Island, besides that, of course we took her to some attraction places in Singapore, not many places though due to the short period.

Hotel Lobby
Where we stay?

Our Room
Ibis Singapore is a newly opened hotel located in Bencoolen Street. The hotel is located nearby to Little India, Bugis Junction & Orchard Road. A great location I would say as the Bugis MRT Station is located just 5 minutes walk from the hotel. The room was clean & comfortable.

Rate starting from SGD 130 inclusive of b'fast & complimentary WiFi internet access.

Where we eat?

Mellben Seafood @ Ang Mo Kio (More)

G7 Sin Ma Live Seafood Restaurant

I still remember the first time we tried Gong Poh Claypot Frog was in Singapore few yrs ago, the restaurant is located in Geylang, apparently, the restaurant was closed & Steven colleague brought him to G7 Sin Ma Live Seafood Restaurant. (More)

Where we go?

Sky Ride @ Sentosa Island
Sentosa Island

We booked our ticket thru Luxury Tours & Travel from the hotel. They do offers variety type of tour packages & we then decided to booked " Sentosa Twilight". (one of their most popular tour) Price @ S$ 62 (Adult) / S$ 37 (Child). Duration 5 1/2 hours.

Package highlights:

  • Cable Car
  • Images of Singapore
  • Underwater World
  • Dolphin Lagoon
  • Skyride
  • Songs of The Sea
We didn't know that this is a guided tour when we booked the ticket, we don't really like a guided tour because it is too rush & we don't have enough time to enjoy the tour. Due to the crowd in Dolphin Lagoon, we don't even have time to queue for the photo session as we got to rush to the next attraction. Poor thing!

Song of the Sea
Song of The Sea is a new musical extravaganza complimented with a dazzling display of laser & lights, a showcase not to be missed! Nice one....

Clarke Quay
Clarke Quay is one of the happening place for nightlife & entertaintment i would say . There are plenty of restaurants & pubs there.

The Clinic
After walked around, we decided to have a drink at "The Clinic", a hospital theme pub. In here, drinks are served in syringes or drip feed. As for seats, you can choose to sit on "wheelchairs" or "hospital beds". Cool huh!!!

We ordered "Ex-Nurse-Party: Vodka, Cream De Cassis, Lychee Liqueur, Orange Juice, Cranberry Juice". Price @ S$ 50

The Clinic is a must visit and perhaps one of the most unique concepts which i ever seen before.

Merlion Park
Besides that, we also visited the Merlion Park, the other popular tourist attraction.

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