Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Singapore Flyer!

As promised, this is the Singapore Flyer post!

"At a height of 165m, Singapore Flyer is the world’s largest Giant Observation Wheel and is set to be one of Asia’s biggest tourist attractions."

"Featuring fixed capsules the size of a bus, the spectacular monument is capable of holding up to 784 passengers. Each capsule has a 28 person capacity and each revolution takes approximately 30 minutes.Singapore Flyer was conceived and designed by ...blah blah blah"

I know you guys aren't interested in the info of the flyer, you just wanna see photos right... See i know what you all are thinking...

Well, before i go on. You should click on the photo below to read about how the story goes...

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Did you click it? NO?! I refuse to continue until you read the storyline. Now that you have read it, i will continue...

We had the whole cabin to ourselves, it's like as if we booked the whole capsule! FYI: Booking the whole capsule is like 800++ Bucks? Now we have one whole to ourself at only 120 bucks, What a bargain! 70% discount!!!

Yes, stop laming ANdy. Anyway, the ride itself is about 30 mins. So you are paying average $1/min. Which is quite expensive =(
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About 15mins later, we were at the highest point of the flyer - Where the view is the BEST! The scenery is freakin' nice, it makes you feel that the ticket price is worth it. The Scenery behind...(Opps, the capsule blocked the scenery!)
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*Shift the capsule to the side* Nah! Now you get a better view of the scenery. You can see all the way! So i estimated Pasir Ris to be there! You see that condo beside the highway? OMg!!! Imagine i am living there...*Dreaming*
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Some shots i took on the flyer.Took a lot of photos but lazy to post them all up. So these are the just 2 shots i gonna show u all =) But of all the photos, there is this "Photo-of-the-day" that i took, and i am gonna show it to you all. Are you all ready?
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That's my mum and dad =) So perfect right, with the right angle on my camera, the right angle on my mum's phone, the expression, the brightness...This photo is priceless!!! Haha, ok, i will stop crapping. Alright, 30 mins up. Time to get off the flyer.

To end the day at the Singapore Flyer, we had...
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Well, no more photos after this. The reason? Oily hands =X Hope you enjoyed this post =)