Before Universal Studios Singapore, Movie World Gold Coast was the place to go for your movie related thrill rides in South East Asia and the Pacific. Movie world has been one of the many theme parks found on Gold Coast and perhaps one of the most popular one for kids.
Find out why as we explore Movie World Gold Coast for kids!
Skyline Luge Sentosa turns 10!
How time flies... and to think last weekend was our FIRST time on the Skyline Luge. Like the saying goes, it is better late than never. We may be 10 years late but we give the decade old attraction a 10 out of 10 for its awesomeness ( Little Lou's words , not mine!)
SG50 has lots of collectible items available for Singaporeans. From SG50 Lego sets to SG50 NDP Fun packs, there are many innovative items that Singaporeans love to collect. For many, collection of such mementos are meant as reminders to this significant milestone. For some it meant big business in terms of making a tidy profit through this collection frenzy.
For some Singaporeans, NDP tickets are a coveted treasure. Given that this is Singapore''s 50th birthday, it promises to be an event that would be much more special than the 49 NDP before it. It is no surprise that getting a seat in the Padang will be the Golden Ticket that evaded most Singaporeans due to it's limited seating.
Founded in 2013, The Little Red Brick is a Singapore-based LEGO Users Group (LUG) that aims to engage the local building community and creating an environment conducive to sharing of building techniques and creations ( Source : The Little Red Brick)
The group also organise an annual show. This year, they present The Little Red Brick Show: SG50 edition that features familiar Singapore icons of past and present. Being an AFOL (Adult Fan of Lego), when I heard these icons will be recreated using LEGO, I just had to see the creations with my own eyes.
National Day is just round the corner.
This year marks the 50th birthday of this little red dot. To many Singaporeans, this marks a significant milestone in our young nation. Given that many Singaporean practically grew together with the nation, the coming of age is one we would hope with pride.
So how does a Singaporean celebrate SG50?