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Trip to the Universal Studios Singapore!

5 January 2012

Hello! I went to the Universal Studios with my good friends. They are my NPCC squadmates for 4 years leh!! Had a really great time. You know why I decided to visit there? It is because almost most of my friends went there before aleady. Then I also feel quite pathetic if I don't go. Though it was a Thursday,the place was CROWDED.

Plenty of unglam photos, because I had a very bad hair day. Plus, I didn't bring my DSLR that day, I was scared that it would go missing so in the end I brought my compact one, which was the the super old one but the quality still not bad la. Arh, this blogpost got photoshop one, so I will do nice nice! Oh yea, didn't took much photo, because apparently my compact camera's battery was spoilt already so it's survival rate was about 1 hour plus only.. so I kinda have very limited photos.

While waiting for the super long Que. to buy the tickets.
From Left: Wai Hin, Yizhan & Quan Le *WE FINALLY GOT OUR TICKETS*
Quan Le like very excited right?
Not bad for my camera's quality right?
A photo with the half eygyption human half long leg dude, half snake cos they had those sharp teeth! I love this photo! I don't know why, cos I look good in it?
So many people...
There are 2 different roller coasters, one is the blue one so called advanced level, and red one is kinda mid level. Excitement rate for the red one 7/10. The blue one is 5/10 and it was too fast,I had a terribly bad headache after that.
Okay, i don't look good in this lol.
Quan Le at the Transformer ride!

Went for a late lunch after that! Guess how much this cost?
I know right? Shocked?
This photo was kinda fail lol.
I look like some lost boy lol
Group photo!
Fail group photo
Isn't this the coolest thing ever?! Omggg!!
Imagine if they are real man..
Believe it or not, the thing could MOVE.
Fail photo
Anddddd I shall end off here!! SO IF YOU HAVEN'T VISITED THE UNIVERSAL STUDIOS... Visit THERE NOW.... hahahahaha. See ya

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