LEGOLAND Malaysia

LEGOLAND Malaysia is a treat for the young and the young at heart!

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Be the first to experience Asia’s 1st LEGOLAND Park, and the 6th LEGOLAND Park to be built in the entire world. This newly opened theme park is a wonderful world for pushing the boundaries of your imagination. Enjoy the thrills and spills of LEGO experiences in a magical, fantastical park that promises that everyone will go home with smiles on their faces.

Legoland-Malaysia

This 76 acres park is divided into 7 themed areas with more tha 40 interactive rides, show and attractions; each one designed to ensure that heroes of all ages will find much to explore and enjoy at the LEGO Experiment Centres, roller coasters, water attractions and shows. Drive, fly, build and climb your way through the live stunts and huge LEGO models in LEGOLAND Malaysia.

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The 7 themed areas

LEGO Kingdom
Conquer The Dragon coaster, romp through the hideaways and ride astride the Royal Joust.

Imagination
A place for the true LEGO fan. Everyone in the family can build and play with LEGO bricks and games. There are no limits to your imagination here!

Land of Adventure
Get ready to fire laser blasters at targets and brave the ancient Egyptian-themed landscape.

Miniland
See the world from Gulliver’s perspective with models of amazing landmarks of Malaysia and Asian countries.

LEGO City
Drive your own LEGOLAND cars and get your own driver’s license after completing the driving test at Driving School.

The Beginning
Start your adventure here! And don’t miss The Big Shop for all your LEGOLAND merchandise.

LEGO Technic
Race along with “The Project X”, one of our greatest action experiences.

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To order, please contact ask@traveldelight.biz or +65 8282 1312

Entrance Tickets
Adult: $49/pax (U.P. $56)
Child: $39/pax (U.P. $44)
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Coach tickets: $15/pax
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Singapore’s Racial Harmony Day 2012

Hi tourists,

Singapore celebrates Racial Harmony Day every year on the 21st July to remind Singaporeans of the importance of social cohesion. 48 years ago, on the 21st July 1964, inter-racial riots broke out and threatened Singapore’s inter-racial peace.

In Singapore public schools, students dress up in their different traditional costumes and feast on a wide variety of cultural delicacies as a way to learn about and appreciate the cultures of their friends of other races.

Singapore's multi-racial culture

Singapore’s multi-racial culture

So, if you happen to be travelling in Singapore on Racial Harmony Day, pick up a traditional costume of one of the main ethnic groups (Chinese, Malay and Indian) in Singapore and mingle in with the locals! Perhaps they will treat you to some delicious food unique to their culture.

To experience Chinese culture, head off to Chinatown. For Malay culture, visit Kampong Glam. To see the Indian culture, go to Little India.

Travel Delight,
Your Singapore Guide

Gardens by the Bay

Gardens by the Bay, is Singapore’s latest tourist attraction. It consists of 3 waterfront gardens at Marina Bay: Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. Bay South newly opened its doors to the public yesterday (29th June 2012). It consists of 2 observatories: the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest.

Gardens by the Bay

Flower Dome
The Flower Dome simulates a cool-dry Mediterranean climate usually found in temperate regions like Europe, South Africa and California. Catch a the brilliant changing flower display in the Flower Field that represents different seasons and festivals.

Cloud Forest
The Cloud Forest features a tropical climate, displaying various breeds of exotic plants and an impressive waterfall. Discover how mountains are formed as you venture into the Crystal Mountain.

Gardens by the Bay
Opening Hours: 9am – 9pm
Address: 18 Marina Gardens Drive, Singapore

Buy discounted attraction tickets at
ask@traveldelight.biz or +65 8282 1312

Free delivery to your hotel/hostel in Singapore.
All Singapore attraction tickets available.
Guaranteed best price in Singapore.

Package:
Universal Studios Singapore
+ Singapore Flyer
+ Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium
+ Night Safari
+ Hippo Bus
+ DUCKtour
+ Singapore River Cruise
+ Gardens by the Bay

Travel Delight,
Your Singapore Guide

Kampong Glam of Singapore

Hello backpackers,

A favourite tourist hotspot in Singapore, especially for adventurous and curious backpackers, is the Kampong Glam area, located in the city area of Singapore.

Kampong Glam of Singapore

Kampong Glam of Singapore

Kampong Glam was originally a fishing village. Later, it became an area for the Malay royalty in Singapore.

The most popular tourist attraction is Sultan Mosque, the largest mosque in Singapore, where Singaporean Muslims gather to pray.

Sultan Mosque in Singapore's Kampong Glam

Sultan Mosque in Singapore’s Kampong Glam

Just across the street, Kampong Glam Cafe serves delicious local food for tourists to try. Famous Malay Singaporean food include roti prata, nasi lemak and mee rebus.

Kampong Glam Cafe in Singapore

Kampong Glam Cafe in Singapore

After enjoying a lunch of the best Malay food in Singapore, tourists in Kampong Glam like to appreciate traditional malay art at the Malay Art Gallery, a 3 minute walk from Kampong Glam Cafe. The Malay Art Gallery showcases artefacts and artists’ works from Malays in Asia.

Malay art at Kampong Glam

Malay art at Kampong Glam

The shops that line the roads of Kampong Glam sell textiles with traditional Malay patterns and designs that make great tourist souvenirs. If you have time to spare, you could buy some cloth and tailor make a traditional Malay costume for yourself.

Malay textiles at Kampong Glam

Malay textiles at Kampong Glam

Buy discounted attraction tickets at
kusu.sg@gmail.com or +65 8282 1312

Free delivery to your hotel/hostel in Singapore.
All Singapore attraction tickets available.
Guaranteed best price in Singapore.

Package – $199.50 (U.P. $237.50, save $38):
Universal Studios Singapore
+ Singapore Flyer
+ Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium
+ Night Safari
+ Hippo Bus
+ DUCKtour
+ Singapore River Cruise
+ Sentosa Cable Car

Your Singapore Guide

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Hi backpackers,

For you all who love flowers, be sure to visit the largest display of tropical orchids in the world, all in full bloom all year round at the National Orchid Garden in the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

The National Orchid Garden was built in the heart of the Singapore Botanic Gardens especially to showcase the finest orchids. There are thousands of vibrantly colourful orchids that together make up a most unique atmosphere. Do look out for the Vanda Miss Joaquim, Singapore’s national flower!

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Singapore Botanic Gardens

Opening hours: 830am – 7pm daily
Ticket price: $5

Buy discounted attraction tickets at
kusu.sg@gmail.com or +65 8282 1312

Free delivery to your hotel/hostel in Singapore.
All Singapore attraction tickets available.
Guaranteed best price in Singapore.

Package – $199.50 (U.P. $237.50, save $38):
Universal Studios Singapore
+ Singapore Flyer
+ Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium
+ Night Safari
+ Hippo Bus
+ DUCKtour
+ Singapore River Cruise
+ Sentosa Cable Car

Your Singapore Guide

Father’s Day in Singapore

Hi tourists,

Singaporeans celebrate Father’s Day on every 3rd Sunday of June. It’s Father’s Day tomorrow.

Here’s to all Fathers in Singapore.

Blessed indeed is the man who hears many gentle voices call him father!
– Lydia M. Child

Love to all fathers!

Recommended tourist spots for the family to celebrate Father’s Day together:
Universal Studios Singapore
Singapore Zoo
Singapore Night Safari
Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park
Singapore Flyer 

Buy discounted attraction tickets at
kusu.sg@gmail.com or +65 8282 1312

Free delivery to your hotel/hostel in Singapore.
All Singapore attraction tickets available.
Guaranteed best price in Singapore.

Package – $199.50 (U.P. $237.50, save $38):
Universal Studios Singapore
+ Singapore Flyer
+ Maritime Experiential Museum & Aquarium
+ Night Safari
+ Hippo Bus
+ DUCKtour
+ Singapore River Cruise
+ Sentosa Cable Car

Your Singapore Guide

Singapore Food Festival

Hi tourists,

If you love Singapore food, touring Singapore in July will be particularly joyful for you as it is the month of the Singapore Food Festival, an annual month long festival celebrated at many different locations in Singapore

Singapore Chilli Crab

During the Singapore Food Festival, tourists should take the opportunity to sample food from the wide variety of local and international dishes on display.

Favourite local Singaporean food dishes include Chicken Rice (hailed as Singapore’s national dish), Laksa (thick rice vermicelli in rich and spicy coconut gravy), Popiah (Singapore’s version of a burrito), Kaya (coconut custard jam) Toast, Roti Prata (indian pancake), Chilli Crab and Rojak (chopped fruits and vegetables mixed in peanut sauce).

Things to look out for during Singapore Food Festival 2012:
– Culinary workshops
–  Themed food events
– Cooking competitions
– Food deals at restaurants and cafes

Travel Delight,
Your Singapore Guide