You see that kayak?
No, the one right at the very back, highly possible you will spot me in that.
Organized a Kayaking session for the team since it’s been long since our last team activity and it was just $38 per pax from All Deals Asia.
It was everyone’s first experience and together with some other participants, the instructor brief us on how to kayak before we head straight to the Kallang River.
I swear after 10 minutes of Kayaking, my arms were aching already! No kidding! In the end, i resort to waddle using my arms instead of the paddle, very unglam, but desperate times comes desperate moves, especially when our Kayak is way far behind others. My poor partner, Janet, who is smaller built than me had to suffer with this physically weak woman. LOL!
I seriously can’t believe on how i managed to complete the whole course. (through Kallang River, to Sheares Bridge, the Singapore Flyer, and finally, the Marina Barrage AND kayak all the way back!) OMG, why did i even sign the team up for this torturing activity? LOL!
Nevertheless, i’m really proud of our team members full support, full attendance and every one of us managed to complete the course, takes alot of determination and strength!
I bet you can see how tired we were from our shagged faces.
Still one of my favorite salted egg crab place, Master Crab.
My first time visit to Teo Heng KTV @ NUS Alumni, not a bad place for cheap KTVs as the rates are by room instead of per pax.
Drinks are self-service and not included in package. I like it that there’s not much service provided, you know the awkward moment when you’re singing and the waiter knocks on the door and come in.
Songs are pretty updated. (Both English and Chinese)
In the past, i used to frequent KBOX often, but ever since they kept raising the charges, i seldom visit KBOX anymore, now i found an alternative and would definitely visit Teo Heng again for it’s cheap rates!
If you have not know, Shaw Theaters (Lido) had recently undergone a major S$20 million facelift and now it’s equipped with the first IMAX digital technology in Singapore.
Being moviegoers, Love and I decided to watch the movie blockbuster, Transformers at Lido to experience the IMAX 3D!
What’s movie without popcorns? But we smuggled in the Garrett popcorn, definitely beat the theaters’ in-house popcorn hands down.
Wearing our 3D glasses.
The experience: I would give a 6/10 rating.
Firstly, the seats are not very comfortable, although it says “foldable Figueras Megaseats from Spain” but i think because it’s sort of leather material, so it does not give a very warm and cozy feeling.
Secondly, the 3D glasses keeps sliding down (probably i do not have high nose bridge too), so most of the time i have to keep my hands on the glasses while watching the movie to prevent it from sliding.
Thirdly, probably because our seats were quite in-front, so the whole 3D thing makes us really feel like we’re inside the scenes which is good, but for fast scenes, the eyes could not view the entire scene fast enough which causes them to be strained to catch the whole scene fast and it just makes me very dizzy.
I would still visit the IMAX, but probably not going for 3D anymore.