Thursday, March 18, 2010

An afternoon at Palawan Beach, Sentosa

Still celebrating the school holidays, this time at Palawan Beach, Sentosa. We wanted to see the Sand Sculptures at the same time for the kids to enjoy the sun, sea and sand.

It was actually a spur-of-the-moment decision to go there yesterday (March 17). We planned to go today (March 18) but realized that it was the soft opening of Universal Studios - more people, more crowded Sentosa Express. We didn't want to be a part of all the fuzz on the opening day so we decided to go a day earlier - at the last minute (like 3pm!). The weather was good (no drizzles, no rain).

By 4pm we were on our way to Sentosa. The boys were pretty excited to play with sand and ride on the luge. We planned to go on the night luge ride.

We took the Sentosa Express at Vivocity and paid for the admission and transpo via our EZlink card (yes, that is possible now). We stopped at Beach Station (the last station) where we walked towards Palawan Beach. We passed through the Sand Sculptures. We thought there were a lot of them but we only saw around 5-6 exhibits.

After taking some pictures with the sculptures, the kids were on a hurry to get to beach area where they could play with the sand.

gateway to Palawan Beach

few more steps to the beach

enjoying the sun, sea and sand

making "chocolate milk drink" made up of sand and saltwater

coke model?

it's almost sundown

on our way up to Imbiah Lookout

at the Images of Singapore

Here are other pictures and stories on our latest visit to Sentosa.

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