Thursday, October 8, 2009

Indulge in the Uniquely Singapore Experience

Stand a chance to win exclusive invites to the Asia-Pacific Blog Awards in Singapore + a sponsored & planned itinerary + transportation & accommodation provided ??!!!

Owhhh nooo, i dont want to miss this....I should try my luck here!!!

WHY you should be given this opportunity to experience the rich blend in culture, cuisine, arts and architecture of Singapore???

1.Off cause this opportunity will be The Best 5th Wedding Anniversary Gift- Heyyy..transportations & accommodations provided, we will attend a classy Gala Dinner at thePan Pacific Singapore Grand Ballroom & free action packed itinerary of Uniquely Singapore ...everthings is FREE!!!!

2.I need a break a marketing executive I am tired looking for a new business to hit my yearly budget!!!!

3. I craving for variety of food & the famous Murtabak at Zam Zam Restaurant Arab Street...its really big & yummy!

4.Shopping till my hubby drop!!!! He cant give any excuse anymore.....hehehe

5.My pc's hard disk had crush down, all my precious pictures with my hubby @ Singapore was wiped more sweet memory...

6.I love travel.....especially with my love one!!!

My Dream Itinerary (1-day)

*Breakfast @ Coffee Shop

*Mount Faber (10 am -12 pm)

Take in the panoramic views of the harbour, Sentosa and other Southern islands from the top of Mount Faber. Or wait till night falls to see the city lights after dark while you chill out at the cafeteria.

* Chinese Garden (1 pm - 3 pm)

Built in 1975 and designed by Prof Yuen-chen Yu, a well-known architect from Taiwan, the Chinese Garden is modeled along the northern Chinese imperial style of architecture and landscaping.

Apart from buildings, gardens too are a constant motif in the Chinese Garden. Around the Chinese pavilion, plateau and tower are woven plants, rocks, a winding stream and footpaths, to create a harmonious scene. A Suzhou-style Bonsai Garden, built at a cost of SGD 3.8 million, houses some 1,000 bansais imported mostly from China. A Bonsai Training Centre will be launched with resident experts from Shanghai and Suzhou to teach visitors the delicate art of caring for bonsai

Ski 360° (4 pm - 6 pm)

Cable skiing or wakeboarding as its name implies, is waterskiing or wakeboarding where the participants are not pulled by a boat but by an overhead cable, very similar to a snow ski lift, but erected around the banks of a lake. The speed that the cable travels is the same as the boat speed in tournament waterskiing and wakeboarding, with a top speed of 58 kph. The cables runs counter clockwise around the lake and the participants are, very simply, hooked up to the cable on the move. It is powered by a variable speed electric motor that can maintain speed between 20 - 58 kp

7 pm till mid nite

Shopping, dining & party time @ Clarke Quay

Clarke Quay is Singapore's only riverside festival village combining dining, shopping and entertainment. On the 23,000 square-metre site are five blocks of building housing and shophouses, restored to their original 19th century style. This area has a spread of specialty restaurants, themed pubs and wine bars. Across the river lies a range of exciting dining experience at Riverside Point.

"Indulge in the Uniquely Singapore Experience"

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