Posts Tagged "Theme Parks"
Sea World is the first theme park we visited in Gold Coast, Australia. Located at Main Beach, Gold Coast, Sea World is one of the theme parks owned by Warner Village Theme Parks. The others are Warner Bros. Movie World and Wet’n’Wild Water World. Sea World Pelican at Sea World Dolphins at the dolphin pools Lockers Fujifilm PhotoCentre and lockers Big locker The big lockers are... Read More
Snow World was a dreamy place, or at least for Jezebelle as her dream of wearing winter jacket, snow cap and play some snows (albeit artificial) came true. It was a very brief visit due to some unforeseen circumstances. Snow World @ First World Plaza Snow World, like many other man-made "winterland" has time slots or sessions for its visitors. Each session lasts approximately 40 minutes... Read More
Genting Outdoor Theme Park is only one of the three theme parks in Genting Highlands and one of many attractions in Resorts World Genting. Tickets for Outdoor Theme Park can be purchased online or at the entrance. Tickets purchased online are cheaper whether you’re a WorldCard member or not. However, we bought ours at the entrance with credits from the Holiday Card. For Jezebelle, she had... Read More
WaterWorld at The Lost World section of Universal Studios Singapore which is based on the film Waterworld starring Kevin Costner, is a ‘live’ water show with death-defying stunts and awesome explosions. WaterWorld WaterWorld is shown twice daily (check the showtime in the park itself) and is usually packed with crowds. Be there early, at least 30 minutes before the show starts to avoid... Read More
Lake Hollywood Spectacular is a pyrotechnics (fireworks) show taking place on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 9:30pm at Universal Studios Singapore. Visitors who did not have the day-pass ticket to Universal Studios Singapore can purchase USS After Hours tickets at $5 per person. The show lasted less than 5 minutes to be exact. Back to Visit to Universal Studios Singapore Back to 3D 2N... Read More