It was already around 8:30 pm when we got back to Singapore from our LEGOLAND side trip. As I mentioned in that post, the pickup and drop-off point was in Singapore Flyer.
Journey of Dreams
After buying our tickets, we went to the third floor (if I’m not mistaken) where we first entered the Journey of Dreams. It is a multimedia showcase about the Singapore story and Singapore Flyer.
The Pandora-ish (Avatar) Gardens by the Bay
ArtScience Museum, The Helix Bridge and Floating Stadium
I wish the ride was longer. I’m sure 30 minutes is not enough especially for photography enthusiasts. 🙁
We alighted, and as with any other tourist attraction, had to pass through the souvenir shop where they can plaster your picture on a plate, keychain, snow globe or anything imaginable — which will most likely end up in your mother’s rack of knickknacks gathering dust — then sell it to you at an exorbitant amount.
Other things worth checking out at Singapore Flyer are the ‘rainforest’ right at the atrium, Flight Experience – a flight simulator, a reflexology and fish spa, XD Theater – a cutting edge 6D (take that!) motion ride theater.
Marina Bay Sands
Just an MRT station away is Makansutra – Gluttons by the Bay where you can have a smorgasbord of affordable Asian cuisine. Believe me, the place is packed even at midnight. It is also a nice vantage point to take pictures of Merlion Park, Marina Bay Sands, The ArtScience Museum and Helix Bridge.
Another option would be to catch the free Wonder Full – Light and Water Show after dinner at Makansutra before going to Singapore Flyer.
30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore