Singapore 2015

Our hotel was located above the Orchard Gateway shopping mall in Orchard Road
Sentosa Cable Car – on the way to Sentosa Island
Universal Studios – Construction of Resorts World Sentosa commenced in 2007 and opened in 2010.
Animated Velociraptor, Jurassic Park zone
Pterodactyl flying dinosaurs in the Jurassic park section
We had lunch at Mel’s Drive-in American style cafĂ©
Set of the spectacular Waterworld show. Action packed with lots of explosives, based on the 1995 movie “Waterworld” starring Kevin Costner.
The 4D Shrek film was great fun – 3D glasses with moving seats, wind, water & something touching your legs. Transformers was the best and most popular ride at Universal.
Madagascar characters – Marty (Chris Rock), Alex (Ben Stiller), Gloria (Jada Pinkett Smith, Melman (David Schwimmer)
We did this ride twice as Charli loved the ride
Hotel Jen swimming pool
The Singapore Flyer is a gigantic ferris wheel with an overall height of 165 metres, opened in 2008 and thankfully air-conditioned.
Singapore Zoo
On the deck of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel SkyPark with great views of the city
Botanical gardens
Whoops… which camera do I look at. The girls with some locals at the Botanical gardens.
Marina Bay Sands Hotel, developed by Las Vegas Sands and a very expensive building at US$5.5 billion. The hotel has three 55-story towers with 2,561 luxury rooms and suites, and is capped by the Sands SkyPark, which offers 360-degree views of Singapore’s skyline.
Gardens by the Bay – Flower Dome, cooled conservatory, opened in 2012. The girls were able to participate in a mask painting activity.
Gardens by the Bay – Cloud Forest Dome. A great place to escape the heat and humidity.
Gardens by the Bay – Supertree Grove. About the only thing we didn’t get to do in Singapore.
The Science Centre is located in Jurong East and was opened in 1977
The girls had a great time in the water park