Day 1&2 Singapore

1st day, arrived with jetlag. Stayed home all afternoon and went out for dinner. It was raining so we can't really see the surroundings and walk to explore. We ended up at Bukit Batok place thru a bus. Dinner was at something called Chai Grill and we ate fried rice with egg and half chicken and got left overs for breakfast. Afterwards, rest again.

2nd day, (ootd) Universal Studios is the start. I don't know if you'd agree based on pictures below, but it's amazing. We use SMRT for the rest of our vacation. Easy peasy especially I was here in Singapore about 9-10 years ago so I know how it works.
We rode the Puss in Boots' Giant Journey in Far Far Away, Canopy Flyer in Lost World and Battlestar Galactica, Cylon in Sci-Fi City (which is one of the best roller coasters I've ridden).
Puss in Boots is for kids who likes roller coasters and Canopy Flyer is kind of a medium one adventure. - Outfit here.
Cylon is the blue one and they say it has more loops, more exciting for people like use for short. When you sit down and the ride starts, it's fast compared to others who is slow at the beginning. There are many loops for sure and it has a STEAM that will surprise you which is a big deal for me. I've been riding roller coasters since I was in 2nd grade and this is one of the best.

Next Stop: VIVO CITY. Good mall. Lots of shops from basic to high end. Kind of crowded but that;s normal for a mall. We were here three times our whole vacation in Singapore.
Then since it's connected to HarbourFront Centre so we went there just to roam around for lunch!
HarbourFront looks okay. But honestly, I'd rather go to Vivo City. Still if you're on a budget, go here. Decent place.
We found this restaurant called Xin Wang Hongkong Cafe and ordered two main and maybe two appetizers and we finished it all. Mostly because we're tired from Universal Studios and also hungry for lunch. Amazing food and service.
After lunch, we just went back to Vivo City to explore and when night came in, we went home.

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