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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Singapore: Universal Studios

It's every kid's dream to go to Universal Studios and feel what it's like to have their favorite cartoon characters come to life.  But nowadays, even adults would want to reminisce their childhood days, which leads us to our visit in Singapore Universal Studios.

The opening time of Universal Studios is 10:00am, but we arrived there at 9:30am to have time to take some pictures in the area.  We didn't buy tickets anymore because our friend already got us tickets from the Cebu Pacific office in Singapore at a cheaper price.  The normal rate is SGD 66.00, but our friend got it for only SGD 63.00.

While spending the time outside, we wanted to have a picture with the famous Universal Studios Globe, but unfortunately at that time, it was being repaired, so we just had it on the tarpoline version of it.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

South Korea: Namsan Park and N Seoul Tower

While asking the locals where's a nice place to go in Seoul, Namsan Park would inevitably be one of the places which would be brought up.

So one fine Saturday morning, a couple of friends and I decided to see what Namsan was all about. Looking at the map from our hotel in Insadong, Namsan seemed to be walk-able (meaning maybe a 30-minute walk from the hotel), turns out we were dead wrong.

Thursday, July 07, 2011

South Korea: Cheonggyecheon Stream

The Cheonggyecheon Stream is a sight to behold in between the tall commercial buildings in downtown Seoul. An 8.4 km stream that was renovated to be public recreational park, it is a not only an amazing example of good design, but also a nice place to unwind after a stressful day at the office. 


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