I cannot stress enough how fun this ride is. You can race with your friends, go slowly while enjoying the scenery, or just go really fast, forgetting about everything–just you, the luge, and the track filled with trees on both sides. It’s like driving inside a forest, which just made it scarier when at some point I couldn’t see my sister at the track. I stopped and waited for her, calling out for her behind me. I was alone at the track then and no one was really coming along for a few seconds.
It was really scary that I just proceeded driving my luge, thinking that maybe she went ahead and I just didn’t notice. I finished the track.
Few minutes later, my sister emerged from it, laughing at herself about how her luge got stuck. I have no idea why that happened to her. Believe me, the luge is pretty easy to drive. You just have to push the handle, but not too far or else it will stop.
Luge tickets usually come with Skyride. It wasn’t as brilliant as luge but it’s still a good experience being up there. Not to mention the getting on/off the ride part is fun! We had to stand on a circle then the ride would be behind us, not stopping, and we had to immediately sit! There was that thrill of dying by getting hit by the ride. Not really. It keeps moving but not fast enough to kill you. Not yet anyway. Who knows if that is their goal and they’re just not yet succeeding.
Swim at the Beach
Even though we didn’t swim ourselves (sobs), I really recommend doing that. The place is beautiful and free. What more can I say?
Tram in Sentosa. It’s free!
Have a Picnic at the Beach
Well not there in front of the beach but there’s a place there on the right side of the sea where some people can have picnic. We did!
My sister, my cousin, and my uncle.
I love how Singapore’s zoo is full of trees. It’s as though the place is really a forest with animals and you’re a welcome visitor.
A tip: go early and check the shows’ schedule. The best show I’ve witnessed there was the elephant show. They were so smart, talented, and cute. No kidding, they’re really smart, doing some tricks here and there.
Overstay and Never Come Back To Your Homeland.*
You didn’t read that here.
That’s it for now. I’ll write about other things we did, places we visited and yummy food we ate at a separate post, which I will write godzilla knows when.
*A joke. I’m back in PH and just stayed in Singapore for 10 days. I don’t want immigration officers searching for me. Thank you.