September 2, 2014
Itinerary: Universal Studios
Our personal favorites are as follows:
1. Mel's Dinettes. It's a musical waitresses street show. The waitresses sang and danced very well.
OTHER RIDES & SHOWS
The experience we had was just awesome. Ang galing (magnificent)!
- Go there on weekdays. It'll save you a lot of time from lining up. It took us just about 5 hours to experience almost everything. Our friend said that if you go there on weekends, lining up for just one ride will take you for about an hour, just imagine the hassle!
- If you happen to go there on weekends, just go straight to the ones I mentioned above. Believe me, those are just the ones you would want to experience UNLESS you're a kid or you love kiddie stuff. Hehe.
- Bring someone with you. This theme park is best enjoyed when you're with your family or friends.
- Bring extra cash for food or souvenirs.
- Wear flats. You are going to walk A LOT.
- Bring extra shirt. There is a ride there that you might get wet. Di namin sinakyan dahil ayaw mabasa ni Dan (Dan didn't want to get wet so we chose not to ride). Haha!
DINNER WITH A CHILDHOOD FRIEND
I know this is too detailed but, yeah, I want to include this on my blog. Hehe!
We met Janice, a friend of mine, and Dino, her boy friend at Astons Specialties. It's a five-minute walk from Universal Studios. The restaurant offers western food. It has a nice ambiance; just the right place to catch up with friends. Prices range from S$8 - S$10.
For our dessert, Janice treated us at the food court of Vivo City mall that is just a 15-minute walk away from Astons. Prices range from S$2 - S$5.
Done with day 2 and looking forward to sharing with you our day 3 in the beautiful city of Singapore!