How much fun can you experience in Singapore at Universal Studios Sentosa ?

We sleep in this morning because of our ever so comfy bed at Moevenpick Hotel and our room with full window overlooking the South China Sea.

We take the one monorail stop (which we could easily walk) to Waterfront Station for breakfast at Toast Box.  Sufficiently fuelled up we head to Resorts World Sentos and join the queue for Universal Studios… entry is S$68 per adult (S$74 adult on peak days) but well worth the entry price. Continue reading

Is Singapore’s Sentosa Island the real deal ?

Sentos Island, a real island where everything is unreal including its man made beaches, monorail, and staged entertainment zones.  This is the just for fun part of the trip.

We start our day with breakfast at the coffee house next door to the hotel and is just a quick kopi (local coffee) and cake just to get us bye until we hop it over to Sentosa. Continue reading

Discover a stunning night view of Singapore city

Our mission for the evening ahead is hopefully a sensational city view to remember.

We start the night after a recharge at the Parkroyal when a decision is made by Alex to grab dinner at the 51 Old Airport Road hawker centre.  So glad when we got there as it was just what we were looking for, cheap and heaps (of choice).  Looks like a 3 course meal tonight… Continue reading

From the Singapore Flyer to mini casino jackpots

We head off by taxi at 6:00pm to the marina area and the fountain of wealth located at the Suntec Towers.   In one section of the Suntec Towers is (another) shopping centre and, with little other option, we decide to grab a bite to eat here.  Alex decides on Turkish and we end up sharing a lamb pide and open souvlaki.  Alex opts for the traditional yoghurt drink.  Dinner totals S$50.  We eat quickly to try and catch the 8:00pm light display which happens at the Fountain of Wealth. Continue reading

Dim Sum and Chinatown from market to upmarket

Following on from last night we head out for Indian for breakfast which is roti style egg pancake with a curry sauce.  Cost of breakfast – S$7 total.  With breakfast done we decide to head to Chinatown and our S$6 taxi drops us at Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple.

We just asked to be dropped at Chinatown and wansn’t expecting to be dropped off outside an Indian Temple in Chinatown so looks like we are not done with India yet after all… Continue reading