Day 2 was all about visiting Universal Studios Singapore! We went to see Chinatown and walked around Clarke Quay and had dinner and drinks there too but Universal Studios was definitely the highlight of the day (and of the trip, I must say).
To revisit what we did on Day 1, visit this post. 🙂
The night of Day 1, one of my roommates from college, Kiarra, went to Singapore as well. Thus, she joined me and my aunt at Universal Studios in Singapore.
This is me and Kiarra for the mandatory Universal Studios picture:
Before I go on, I would like to tell you that when we visited, there was not much people (even though it was a Sunday, hallelujah!). We were able to go through all the rides in a day – the lines were never too long. I felt so lucky and I am still thanking the heavens (yes, up to now) for giving us that great day to explore Universal Studios.
I’ve heard a lot of horror stories, about experiencing only a couple of rides due to massive lines that take hours! Some of my friends have even gone there just walking around and gave up on experiencing any of the rides entirely since the lines were crazy. I am so grateful that wasn’t my experience.
Universal Studios, I believe, is for people of all ages. Ahhh, that feeling of being a kid in your adult years!!! I was crazy absolutely happy the whole time, with a stupid smile plastered on my face. Haha. I mean it! I get to meet several characters:
I was able to watch performances (no pictures!) and like I said, experience all the rides (some rides don’t allow pictures, and others, I was just too much in the moment I forgot about my camera entirely).
Here are several pictures from around the park:
I could have taken a lot more pictures, however it was too hard to focus into that! I was absolutely a kid in this park, and I plan to visit again! I probably wouldn’t be able to get enough of a place like this one!!!
So, that’s my Universal Studios adventure.
After that, Kiarra and I visited Chinatown and Clarke Quay. Here are a few pictures:
So, that’s Day 2 of my 4-day trip abroad. Hope I was able to share some of the fun and giddiness that this trip brought me.
Sending good vibes all over,