Archive for the ‘See and Do’ Category

Musical TARU (恐龙复活了!)

Opportunities to watch musicals in English are a plenty in Singapore. However, what about those in Mandarin? Glad to report that from now until 13 Jan 2019, Resorts World Sentosa will be staging Musical  TARU, a Mandarin production that has been locally adapted from Korea’s No. 1 Family Musical. It’s also a musical that is suitable for children, not only because of the catchy songs and dances but because there will also be life-sized dinosaurs!

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Christmas 2018– Festive Delights at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa

If you’ve been dreaming of spending Christmas overseas, but can’t for some reason, what about considering spending Christmas in Sentosa? I mean where else can you get the beach resort vibe? The money you save from having to spend on air-tickets overseas can get you a staycation in Sentosa.

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Does this picture not say it all? Lush tropical setting away from the maddening crowd. This picture was taken at the Sofitel Singapore Sentosa’s So SPA, and Sentosa houses the world’s largest So SPA in the world. The So SPA is an annex next to the main hotel wing, with a separate pool just for the spa guests.

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Where to go to meet Santa, experience falling “snow”, shop Christmas markets, enjoy Christmas Carnivals and other festive activities

Check out this list of where to go to watch Christmas Shows, meet Santa, enjoy Christmas Carnivals and Christmas Markets or enjoy some hands-on festive workshops. Or check out this article on places to enjoy a festive meal.

Christmas Shows / Meet & Greet

Marina Square – Robocar Poli and Friends

Get ready to celebrate Christmas with Poli, Helly, Amber & Roy from the popular South Korean cartoon series Robocar Poli at Marina Square! Sing-a-long to festive tunes with Robocar Poli and friends and the first 60 families in the queue at each session will also have the opportunity to meet and greet these lovable characters on stage. Meet & Greet passes will be distributed at the entrance 20 minutes prior to each session on a first-come-first-served basis.

Show Times : Nov 30 – 16 Dec | Tue-Wed 3pm, 7pm | Thur-Sun 1pm, 3pm, 7pm
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NOX Dine in the Dark – A mind-blowing experience

This is probably the only post from me that contains no pictures. Yes, I finally experienced NOX Dine in the Dark, and I have to say this stands out as one of the most memorable dining experiences I have ever had.

Truth be told, when NOX first opened back in 2013, I had briefly heard about it and thought the concept to be gimmicky. When I was contacted for the media tasting, I was surprised to find that they are still around! But after finding out what the concept is all about, and experiencing NOX first hand, I have to say that the experience was nothing short of amazing. If you are looking out for new experiences, or feel like every restaurant is the same these days, you need to go experience NOX.

So what is NOX – Dine in the Dark anyway? As the name suggests, guests dine in a restaurant that is completely pitch black. You have to use your other senses, such as taste, touch, smell and hearing to experience the food. The idea is that without sight, your other senses are heightened for a more exploratory dining journey. The servers are specially trained blind or visually impaired people. The prix fixe three course menu will be served via 12 tasting dishes, ie 4 dishes per course. If you don’t want “spoilers” you should totally go make a reservation right now (Christmas treat maybe?) and not scroll any further.

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SuperPark – Mega Indoor Activity Park from Finland opens in Singapore!

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This is no ordinary indoor playground for children. For the first time ever in Singapore, there is an indoor activity park that caters to adults as well as children! It’s called SuperPark and it’s so huge it takes up 2 levels at Suntec Tower One! The idea for an all-in-one indoor park came from a Finnish father, Taneli Sutinen, who got fed-up after trying to accompany his daughter through a kid-sized activity space.

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I’m very glad he did get fed-up because SuperPark is really a great idea! There are so many activity zones that you could probably spend half a day here and still not be finished with all the games. I’m also very happy that finally there’s something for adults, because hey you know adults wanna have fun too!

I think if you look at the pictures and videos, you will see how fun it is. SuperPark is most suitable for adults and children that are 3+ years or 100 cm tall. If the child is younger, there are a number of activities that they won’t have the height, strength or coordination to participate in, unless they are dare devils! That’s why it’s free entry for kids below 3. There are no child tickets, everyone pays the same price if you’re aged 3 and above. So, the older and more independent your kids, the better it is for you to be able to play your own games, rather than chaperoning them all over. Better yet, go kid free and really get a chance to indulge in all the activities for once!

SuperPark is divided into 3 main areas : Adventure Area, Game Arena and Freestyle Hall. Scroll down to see pictures of each of the activities available. The photos without the 365days2play watermark are photos courtesy of SuperPark Singapore. You can also tell which are Edward’s favourite activities as there are more photos and videos of him. I think we only covered half the activities available in the 2 hours that we were there because we repeated the ones we liked the most and that were suitable for Edward’s age.

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