Singapore Flyer, taller than the Malaysia’s Eye on Malaysia, London Eye and so on, currently tallest. Finally I got chance to get on it and have a spin. I would probably don’t get the chance to go on it if it isn’t the tour provided by Nuffnang because my parents are probably not into Ferris Wheels, they prefer shopping, they love shopping, and eating too.
I got excited when I got to know that everything in this trip was free and this included the Singapore Flyer. It’s S$30 per spin man! ($29..50 to be exact) and would be around RM70-RM80 if converted, for one round, one 30 minutes long round. Worth it or not? I don’t know, but mine trip was sponsored, so it’s very worth for me. Ha. Though, it’s really fun if you goes with friend, you can party in the capsule! =D
The two Australian babies damn cute OK. At first it was one blogger started taking photos of them, sooner, a group of bloggers joined in. We were waiting for our tickets by the way. Then, the photo taking didn’t end that soon, a bunch of Indian tourist, not blogger came down and saw what we were doing, they joined in too, and even have their children photographed with the two cuties kids. Just like a superstar.
Look closely to their shirt, they DIY printed it, for these event. The Australians were well-prepared. I didn’t wore my DIY shirt because the print is off a bit already.
I got a ticket, complimentary from Uniquely Singapore! Thank you. =)
The capsule is a size of a mini bus. Why the Singapore can make so big but our Malaysian one so small? OMG.
They cramp everyone into one capsule, we went in by groups or partner. So let’s say your group is just 4 people or less, fine, just occupied the whole thing.
Photo speaks. There’s little bit of Singaporean bloggers and many bit of Malaysian bloggers. Tag yourself at the comment if you come across this, I can’t remember a few links. Hehe.
They claimed this can see part of Johor and part of Indonesia, but I got no idea which and which is Johor or Indonesia. Not many things to see up there because it’s day time. Night time will be nicer because all the lights but another ugly one would be all the construction and development going on.
30 minutes and we were off, it didn’t feels 30 minutes to me, I felt like a while, probably because we were fooling around inside. It’s fun for me, that’s all I can comment about. Haha.
Next stop: Little bit of Royal Selangor and Clarke Quay.