I’m so glad I had close to three weeks of contiguous days to work on the two thousand something photos I had taken in Singapore before my calendar of corporate events, commercial shoots and overseas assignments resume their madness. Having said this, there are remnants from my 2009 Singapore familiarisation trip that I have not written about such as MegaZip Adventure Park, an attraction worthy of its own post.
Singapore’s tallest observatory tower is a distinctive landmark, soaring high above the surrounding natural greenery. Day and night, there is no better way to marvel at breathtaking vistas in comfort – the Tiger Sky Tower truly is a high point of any trip to Sentosa. — Sentosa.com
Melo takes a panoramic shot of Sentosa and the Singapore skyline from inside the air-conditioned cabin and amazing vantage point of the tallest observatory tower in Singapore
A view of Resorts World Sentosa and its expansive real-estate.
A view of award-winning attraction Images of Singapore (left) and the Skyline Luge Sentosa track.
IMAGES OF SINGAPORE | SKYLINE LUGE SENTOSA
Catch the SkyRide after Luge to enjoy the fantastic panoramic scenery of the city skyline and beautiful coastline. Three young visitors right behind us with a view of thrill-seekers on their Luge.
Excited visitors ready for the Luge thrill in the queue waiting their turn.
Part go-cart, part toboggan, the Luge offers a truly unique outdoor experience suitable for all ages that is not found anywhere else in Singapore or Southeast Asia.Giving you full control, navigate down 650 metres of the Jungle Trail or 688 metre of the Dragon Trail as thrillingly fast or cruising slow as you like. After Luge, board the Skyride and take in the fantastic panoramic scenery of the city skyline and beautiful coastline. Truly an experience!
One of my favourite shots of my children Jamie (left) and Jewel in 2009 having a great time. It was incredible challenging controlling my vehicle shooting downhill with one hand and gripping a heavy 24-70mm mounted Canon EOS 5D with the other.
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You never know which famous cartoon character you're going to bump into. Begs the question, how many of today's young kids know who Woody Woodpecker is? Likely they know Woody from Toy Story.
I love this juxtaposed moment at Universal Studios Singapore (USS) @ Resort World Sentosa where an expectant mom in red strikes a similar pose as Betty Boop. Deserves a :)
Engage in the ultimate intergalactic battle between good and evil on the world’s tallest dueling roller coasters. Themed after the hit television series Battlestar Galactica™, the attraction asks riders to choose a side – Human or Cylon – and then experience intense aerial combat between two spacecraft. The Cylon Raider is a suspended roller coaster that will turn your world upside down as it runs through vertical loops, corkscrews and cobra rolls. The Human Viper Mark II is a seated roller coaster that zooms at 90km/h and propels you fourteen storeys into the air while pursuing the enemy. Riders on both coasters will experience unbelievable thrills as they twist, turn & narrowly avoid collision.
Battlestar Galactica CYLON (blue track) suspended coaster goes up and down, around and upside down with intense corkscrews and cobra roll.
“I should say that’s a well taken picture of ancient Egypt in USS. You really does justice to it … Its a norm to see tourists with DSLRs and lugging much with lenses and what have they not. But at the end of the day its still the keen eye and that God gifted creativity that makes the different. Your Egyptian warrior shot distracted me from the rest but they are as good. They really create a must visit place teaser even for a tourist guide like me : )” — Ayob Begai Malawat | Resorts World Sentosa Facebook
A model in traditional Egyptian constume walks past the highly popular Revenge of the Mummy total darkness, indoor roller coaster in Ancient Egypt.
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Matthew Low, our host at Resorts World Sentosa, serves a big slice of Louis signature 20-inch Tandoori Chicken pizza.