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Trick Eye Museum at Resorts World Sentosa Singapore

The Trick Eye Museum from South Korea is the newest attraction in Singapore, attracting tourists from all over the world. It is conveniently located just a 2 minutes walk from the popular Universal Studios Singapore and SEA Aquarium in Resorts World Sentosa.

Take spectacular photos with amazing effects! The ticketing queues can sometimes be up to 3 hours long, but save time queueing by pre-purchasing your tickets with Travel Delight.

For tourists, they provide the additional benefit of free ticket delivery to most major Singapore hotels. Local residents can self collect at Travel Delight’s office at Lavender MRT station.

The current online promotion for the Universal Studios Singapore + Trick Eye Museum bundle is only going for SGD 71.50 (retail value SGD 99).

Promotion lasts till 30 September 2014. Grab your tickets now, while stocks last!

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Universal Studios Singapore new attraction – Sesame Street Spaghetti Space Chase

2013’s latest and newest attraction in Universal Studios Singapore is open for all visitors to enjoy – Sesame Street’s Spaghetti Space Chase, featuring the popular Sesame Street characters and the all time favourites Elmo and Grover!

Visitors in New York Zone of Universal Studios Singapore join Super Elmo and Super Grover on a mission to stop Macaroni the Merciless from stealing all the spaghetti on planet Earth. The enemy has stolen the spaghetti, and you must get it back!

After the ride, stroll down the Sesame Street of Universal Studios Singapore to shake hands, hug and take photos with your favourite Sesame Street Characters!

On Saturdays from 9-11am, visitors can also have a hearty premium buffet breakfast with the Sesame Street characters at Louis Pizza Restaurant inside Universal Studios Singapore.

Register with Travel Delight now and get your tickets at ask@traveldelight.biz!

 

MARINE LIFE PARK – ADVENTURE COVE WATERPARK

Admission (Adult): $36
Admission (Child): $26
*Discounted tickets available at Travel Delight Singapore office

Contact number: +65 5778-899
Operating hours:10am-7pm
Nearest MRT stations: Harbourfront (NE1/CC29)
Public buses: RWS8, 188R, 963R
Official Website: Marine Life Park

Marine Life Park is an oceanarium located in Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Island, Singapore. It debuts as the largest oceanarium in the world . The 8-hectare  park will feature exhibits containing a total of 20,000,000 imperial gallons of water, for 700,000 aquatic residents. The park’s largest lagoon contains 6,600,000 imperial gallons of water. The park houses two attractions, the S.E.A Aquarium in which visitors marvel at more than 800 species of marine animals from magnificent sharks to rarely sighted fish through our planet’s largest window to the ocean. and the Adventure Cove Waterpark, a tropical paradise with an escapade for everyone. Zip down adrenaline-packed waterslides; take an epic journey along Adventure River, snorkel with 20,000 colourful reef fish and feel the magic of wading and interacting with dozens of rays

Expect to marvel at this architectural wonder, which houses not only the world’s largest oceanarium but also the world’s longest man-made rainforest river. If you are an avid sea adventurer, you’ll be delighted to visit the Maritime Xperiential Museum and climb aboard the world’s first 4D multi-sensory typhoon theatre, where you will find yourself shipwrecked on an Arabia-bound cargo ship that runs into a typhoon.

DUELING RACER

Ready. Set. Slide! Grab a racer mat and take your friend on a dueling high-speed competitive plunge to the finish line. Clock the fastest time down this steep Dueling Racer and claim victory with the biggest thrill ever.

  • Minimum height requirement: 107cm
  • Children under 122cm in height must be accompanied by a supervising companion

PIPELINE PLUNGE

It’s like riding a water tornado in the dark! Experience dropping through an elevated chute that sends you careening down banked turns, radical twists and dips before splashing out in a pool of water.

  • Minimum height requirement: 122cm

RIPTIDE ROCKET

Have a blast at Riptide Rocket, Southeast Asia’s first hydro-magnetic coaster. Like an intense rollercoaster on water, it combines all the powerful climbs, plunging drops, terrifying twists and tight turns to set your adrenaline pumping.

  • Minimum height requirement: 107cm
  • Children under 122cm in height must be accompanied by a supervising companion

SPIRAL WASHOUT

Get funneled into an oscillating tube ride that will leave you and your friends reeling through a twisting, turning water flume. Hold on tight as you soar at incredible speed before spilling out into a splash pool

  • Minimum height requirement: 122cm

SPLASHWORKS

Take the plunge if you dare! Packed with non-stop activities for aquatic thrill-seekers, Splashworks challenges the daredevil in you to walk the balance beam, cross the tight rope, climb the cargo net, and leap without fear off the platform cliff jump.

  • Minimum height requirement: 140cm

TIDAL TWISTER

A crowd pleaser with mild to wild transitions, Tidal Twister sends you careening down an unpredictable passage of swirls and slaloms, delivering maximum fun at maximum speed.

  • Minimum height requirement: 122cm

WHIRLPOOL WASHOUT

Get ready for a whirl of excitement as you power through revolutions, twists, turns and dips before spilling out into an open cool splash pool.

  • Minimum height requirement: 122cm

RAY BAY

Sign up for an up-close encounter to interact and learn more about these amazing animals in a memorable encounter filled with wonder and discovery!

  • Minimum height requirement: 107cm
  • Children must be at least 5 years old and above to participate
  • Children 5 to 11 years old must be accompanied by a supervising companion at least 21 years old
Terms and conditions apply. Subject to availability, first come first served basis.

RAINBOW REEF

Come snorkel over a colourful Rainbow Reef and enjoy up-close encounters with 20,000 friendly fish. Watch in wonder as myriads of tropical fish play hide-and-seek amongst the reef.

  • Minimum height requirement: 107cm
  • Children under 122cm in height must be accompanied by a supervising companion

ADVENTURE RIVER

Grab a tube and take a leisurely ride down Adventure River, floating through 14 stunning scenes including a lush jungle garden, a mysterious grotto and an underwater tunnel with a sea of marine life swimming above and around you.

  • Children under 122cm in height must be accompanied by a supervising companion

BIG BUCKET TREEHOUSE

Get wet and wild at the Big Bucket Treehouse! Share the rush of the giant bucket tipping over gallons of fun in an action-packed wonderland of interactive water plays. It’s the coolest place for kids to be.

  • Children under 122cm in height must be accompanied by a supervising companion

BLUWATER BAY

You’re sure to catch a wave at Bluwater Bay where the surf’s always up! Come share the rush in this giant wave pool and have a swell of a time with the family.

  • Children under 122cm in height must be accompanied by a supervising companion

SEAHORSE HIDEAWAY

Everything is sized just right for your tots. Let them loose to splash around in this shallow wading pool, complete with playful fountains. It’s a fun hideaway for you and your tots to have a rollicking good time.

  • Children under 122cm in height must be accompanied by a supervising companion

There are 11 cabanas in Seahorse Hideaway for complimentary use.

DISCOUNTED TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE.

MARINE LIFE PARK – S.E.A. AQUARIUM

Admission (Adult): $38
Admission (Child): $28
*Discounted ticket packages available at Travel Delight

Contact number: +65 5778-899
Operating hours:10am-7pm
Nearest MRT stations: Harbourfront (NE1/CC29)
Public buses: RWS8, 188R, 963R
Official Website: Marine Life Park

Marine Life Park is an oceanarium located in Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa Island, Singapore. It debuts as the largest oceanarium in the world . The 8-hectare  park will feature exhibits containing a total of 20,000,000 imperial gallons of water, for 700,000 aquatic residents. The park’s largest lagoon contains 6,600,000 imperial gallons of water. The park houses two attractions, the S.E.A Aquarium in which visitors marvel at more than 800 species of marine animals from magnificent sharks to rarely sighted fish through our planet’s largest window to the ocean. and the Adventure Cove Waterpark, a tropical paradise with an escapade for everyone. Zip down adrenaline-packed waterslides; take an epic journey along Adventure River, snorkel with 20,000 colourful reef fish and feel the magic of wading and interacting with dozens of rays

Expect to marvel at this architectural wonder, which houses not only the world’s largest oceanarium but also the world’s longest man-made rainforest river. If you are an avid sea adventurer, you’ll be delighted to visit the Maritime Xperiential Museum and climb aboard the world’s first 4D multi-sensory typhoon theatre, where you will find yourself shipwrecked on an Arabia-bound cargo ship that runs into a typhoon.

STRAIT OF KARIMATA AND JAVA SEA

Venture through the fascinating world beneath the Strait of Karimata, located on the lower-eastern side of Sumatra, and be astounded by a monumental shipwreck with a splintered hull that has evolved into a thriving marine habitat.

See how squadrons of pompano, threadfin trevally and batfish and other marine animals such as goliath grouper and Napoleon wrasse seek refuge within and near the shipwreck as they cruise through the waters of the Java Sea.

From once carrying treasures across the ocean, to now harbouring the ocean’s marine life treasures, shipwrecks continue to shape the world beneath the oceans and seas.

STRAIT OF MALACCA & ANDAMAN SEA

Go on a wondrous underwater journey through the Strait of Malacca and the Andaman Sea where fascinating ‘magnified’ encounters with marine life await.

Walk across a floor of glass and watch the predators and other ocean denizens swim right beneath your feet! Further ahead, explore the waters of Singapore and seagrass habitats of Malacca, home to lively leopard and blue flasher wrasses.

Treat your children and the child in you to an interactive learning experience as our Mariner shares lessons about the knobbly sea star, pencil sea urchin, sea cucumber and more at our Discovery Touch Pool.

BAY OF BENGAL & LACCADIVE SEA

Uncover the mysteries of the Sundarbans Mangrove, home to a myriad of endangered plants and animals found along the coast of the Bay of Bengal. Discover mangrove inhabitants such as mudskippers, spotted scats, archerfish and silver batfish that use the extensive network of mangrove tree roots as nesting and nursery areas.

Around the corner, spy on curious spotted garden eels popping in and out of their sand burrows and “find Nemo” as well as reef lobsters, white-rayed antenna gobies, long-nose hawkfish and other jewels of the Coral Reef.

Further along lies the Patch Reef of Brain Corals and majestic Staghorn Corals, leading to a reef drop similar to those found in the Laccadive Sea, teeming with unique fish species such as the queen angelfish, yellowface angelfish, imperator angelfish and others.

OCEAN JOURNEYS

As you make your way further into the ocean, come face-to-face with our indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins. Learn the surprising facts about these speedy swimmers as they enthrall you with their underwater grace and prowess.

Nearby, immerse yourself in the magical and mesmerising world of synchronised fish! Few marine scenes are more intriguing and hypnotic than a school of fish swimming in unison. In an instant, the school changes direction with none of the fish colliding into one another.

Check out the cool marine life in the Cold Water habitats such as giant spider crab, chambered nautilus and other unique species. Recharge your energy with the electrifying pulsating dances of the translucent sea jelly species like the trailing long-tentacled lion’s mane sea jelly, the captivating neon blue sea jelly and the larger-than-life moon sea jelly

OPEN OCEAN

o other place brings you closer to a more diverse collection of marine life than the Open Ocean experience. Let your imagination swim as a panoramic marine vista engulfs you. This magical realm is home to gentle giants of the sea including the leopard shark, goliath grouper, saw fish, mahi mahi and a never-before-seen squadron of magnificent manta rays. Watch poetry in motion as glittering schools of scads, fusiliers and rainbow runners create a continuous dance in perfect unison.

ARABIAN GULF AND ARABIAN SEA

The warm waters of the Arabian Sea and the Arabian Gulf make up one of the largest marine sanctuaries in the world. Viewed from the rugged and harsh Rocky Shore of the Gulf, you will encounter blue-spotted stingray and be mesmerised by schools of glistening sweeper and silver batfish. You also will delight in meeting rocky shore inhabitants like the sally lightfoot crab, the spider-like eight-armed seastar and other unusual semi-aquatic creatures.

Discover the captivating underwater hanging gardens – both the iridescent Soft Coral Garden and the Overhanging Coral Reef where curious reef fish like the broomtail wrasse, purple tang and yellowband swim and frolic amongst these colourful living colonies.

RED SEA

Often called the “rainforest of the sea”, the Red Sea is home to a diverse range of soft and hard corals because of its warm waters and high salt content. The Coral Reef habitat offers glimpses of a vast array of marine life in one of the most beautiful ecosystems in the world. Watch in wonder as warm-water fish like fairy basslet, yellow boxfish, orange striped triggerfish, fire shrimp and long-horned cowfish swim amongst sea fans and coral colonies.

EAST AFRICA

As you travel across the Great Lakes of East Africa, be awestruck by the tremendous diversity of fish, many of which evolved within the lakes and are found nowhere else in the world. The two freshwater lake habitats of Africa, Lake Victoria and Lake Tanganyika, are home to an astounding variety of fish adorned in all colours of the rainbow. Some of the native african cichlids include the frontosa, kribensis, and mbuna, which share their home with the predatory african tigerfish armed with dagger-shaped, interlocking teeth. They are often found near the lake bed and hunt in fierce, voracious packs. It is no wonder that they are considered the piranhas of Africa!

SOUTH CHINA SEA

The colourful bright stripes on the body and fins of the lionfish serve as a warning to all, as they swim by confidently displaying their poisonous outstretched barbs. Try to spot a variety of lobsters hiding amongst the rocks and rubble surrounding the ship’s anchor as squirrelfish and soldierfish hide under the reef overhangs.

The moray eel habitat is not to be missed. Kids can crawl into a “cave” and pop their heads through a dome for up-close views of the moray eels in their niches and crevices.

SHARK SEAS

Showcasing the majestic predators of the marine realm, Shark Seas is one awe-inspiring habitat that you will remember forever. Be transported right into an exciting world of various shark species. There are many that you will see for the very first time together with endangered species such as the scalloped hammerhead shark, the powerful and aggressive silvertip shark, and the sandbar shark – one of the largest coastal sharks in the world. Marvel at the strength and grace of these remarkable creatures that have inhabited the earth for over 420 million years!

DISCOUNTED TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE.

 

Teachers’ Day in Singapore

Hi tourists,

In Singapore, Teacher’s Day is a cultural festival that is celebrated annually in all local schools on the 1st of September. Students will typically put up skits and performances in gratitude to their teachers.

My teachers used to bring me on school trips to all the places of interest in Singapore, like the Singapore Bird Park, the Singapore Zoo, Chinatown, Kampong GlamLittle India, Underwater World at Sentosa and the Singapore Flyer.

How are you planning to appreciate your teachers today?

Travel Delight,
Your Singapore Guide