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Universal Studios Singapore
Universal Studios is in Resorts World Sentosa. You need to again alight at Water Front Station via Sentosa Express and walk few minutes to reach Universal Studios.Universal Studios is a theme park comprising of :New York New YorkSci-Fi CityAncient EgyptThe Lost WorldFar Far AwayMadagascarHollywoodYou can easily cover all of these in one day. Enjoy all the adventure rides and 3D shows.My favorites:Revenge of the Mummy,Lights, Camera, Action!™ Hosted by Steven Spielberg,Transformers The Ride,Battle star Galactica,Jurassic Park Rapids Adventure, Water World,Shrek 4-D Adventure,Enchanted Airways & Madagascar- A Crate Adventure.Do visit the Universal Studios Shop at the entrance.
Gardens By The Bay
I started my third day in Singapore from ‘Gardens by the Bay’, if there is heaven on earth here it is. This place has various international awards and accolades to its name. Featuring the best of horticulture, sustainability, architectural design, Gardens by the Bay provides the perfect edutainment opportunity for all ages. There is so much to discover here. From diverse plant life in the award-winning Cooled Conservatories (Flower Dome & Cloud Forest), to towering vertical gardens that extend into the sky, this must-visit destination will awaken the explorers and inquisitive minds alike. It also houses world’s tallest indoor waterfall. Another sought after attraction the ‘OCBC Skyway’ stands 22 meters tall above the ground and these Supertrees are perfect for panoramic skyline views. ‘Garden Rhapsody’ comes alive in the evening with its exhilarating visual and audio effects.(TIP: Flower Dome and Cloud Forest conservatories along with the OCBC Skyway are the paid attractions.)The Marina Barrage is a dam in Singapore built at the confluence of five rivers, across the Marina Channel between Marina East and Marina South. Though this is not a celebrated tourist spot in Singapore however it lies near the two conservatories (Cloud Forest and Flower Dome) and if you are going to miss this place, you are surely going to miss a lot. Once you reach at the top of this barrage, there is a lush green field which plays a perfect role of a wonderful picnic spot, you can see locals enjoying with friends and family, having food, flying kites.After witnessing the beautiful sunset on Marina Barrage, I directly headed to Clarke Quay, Singapore’s hotspot to enjoy the nightlife. There is no dearth of good pub, bar, clubs, restaurants in this place. If anyone wants to witness how Singapore comes alive at night, this is the place to be. After spending sometime here I directly headed to my Hotel to catch some good sleep as I knew that my next two days will be very tiring.