We went there from 10 am until 4 pm. There's not many rides in there, but there's many impressive things made from Lego. Here's a few of it
I had a great time there
(aka the day when we actually went to Singapore)
After that, we went to the apartment in Orchard Road, then take a walk there. In case you don't know, Orchard Road is a famous road full of mall. Seriously, everywhere you glance, there's mall. It's awesome and made me want to live there forever. (for some reason, I didn't take many photos, only this)
After spending time in there, we went by MRT to Gardens by the Bay in Marina Bay. We didn't actually went inside the garden because we have to pay S$ 28 each (that's like US$ 21, I think) and there's five of us, so no (also, I rather spend it for books and foods). But we did take a stroll at the small park around the garden, and it's beautiful.
We plan to go to Sentosa that day, but unexpectedly, it was raining that morning so we have to postpone it. Around 10 pm, we went to Sentosa to see (of course) the infamous Universal Globe. I've been to Universal Studios before so I didn't go in there again, but we still taking many photos.
|YOU NEED THIS|
|AND THIS TOO|
We went to Chinatown after that. As expected, it's crowded, both with people and stalls. Which make me lazy to take a photo so no photo there.
For the second time, we went to Orchard road again. Turns out, they closed some parts of the road so we could take a walk in the middle of the road. This is a new experiences of me, because the few times I went to Singapore, it never happened so I'm pretty happy about it. We spend the night just walking in there, and, of course, a little shopping.
And finally, the most important question..
Did I buy books?
The answer is yes, I did buy books. But if you're expecting a huge stack of books, then prepare to be disappointed because I only buy..2 books!
|The Winner's Curse and The Winner's Crime by Marie Rutkoski|
Better get 2 than none, right?