Posts Tagged ‘Sentosa’

New Arrival: Haunted Mine Ride at Sentosa 4D AdventureLand

Saturday, November 24th, 2018

4D AdventureLand in Sentosa has launched a new ride – Haunted Mine Ride 4D. Fully motion-simulated and highly sensorial, this immersive attraction promises a thrilling good time for the whole family.

Haunted Mine Ride 4D joins the other rides currently offered by Sentosa 4D AdventureLand at Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa.

Haunted Mine Ride 4D joins the other rides currently offered by Sentosa 4D AdventureLand at Imbiah Lookout, Sentosa.

The opening of the new ride is well-timed for the end-of-year school holidays in Singapore, as parents look for fun places in Singapore to bring their children.

The new ride will also be a boon for tourists visiting from outside Singapore.

Each ride lasts for around 15 mins and has a maximum capacity of 54 pax.

Visitors can opt for the 4-in-1 Combo package, which includes all four rides at Sentosa 4D AdventureLand at the price of $46.90 for an adult and $33.90 for children from 3 to 12 years of age.

In addition, a 3rd person (adult/child) gets to ride for free with every 2 full price adult-paying guests for over-the-counter bookings.

Inform the staff if you have the following conditions: pregnancy and physical disabilities, so that they can make special arrangements to cater to your needs. You are encouraged to refrain from any activities at the AdventureLand, should you have any of the following conditions: intoxication, heart and cardiac conditions, back and spinal problems, motion sickness and vertigo.

Inform the staff if you have the following conditions: pregnancy and physical disabilities, so that they can make special arrangements to cater to your needs. You are encouraged to refrain from any activities at the AdventureLand, should you have any of the following conditions: intoxication, heart and cardiac conditions, back and spinal problems, motion sickness and vertigo.

Sentosa Island admission and transport charges apply, while children below 3 years old enter for free.

More details below from the press release.

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Event forecast: Ramen Revolution in Singapore Sentosa (27-29 July)

Sunday, July 22nd, 2018

Attention, Ramen lovers – Ramen Revolution reprises its large-scale outdoor ramen event at Resorts World Sentosa. The event is jointly organised by WATTENTION Singapore and SOZO.

* This article first appeared in The Travel Memoir.

 Highlights of Ramen Revolution 2018 include Kajiken offering a limited-run Okinawa Mazesoba and Men-Men Tei with their Jiro Style Aburi Chashu Ramen.

Highlights of Ramen Revolution 2018 include Kajiken offering a limited-run Okinawa Mazesoba and Men-Men Tei with their Jiro Style Aburi Chashu Ramen.

Get ready to tuck into 10 limited-edition bowls from your favourite ramen restaurants.

Each bowl of ramen goes for S$10 or more, and you can pay a little extra to top up with additional ingredients.

Participating brands will offer special dishes that are exclusive to Ramen Revolution 2018.

They will also be offering some of their ramen dishes from their regular a la carte menus.

Also, joining us all the way from Japan for the three-day event are Junk Story from Osaka and Men Dokoro Wakamusha from Saitama.

Participating brands at Ramen Revolution 2018.

Participating brands at Ramen Revolution 2018.

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POTD: Water spray in Sentosa in sunny Singapore

Sunday, October 19th, 2014

Photo of the Day: The weather in Singapore is Summer all year round. So a shower, be it in the stall or from heaven, or in this case – from a water spray in Sentosa – is always a welcome treat.

The red water jet spray stands dormant for the moment while the water sprinkler sprays cooling water droplets into the air. Photo taken using a Sony A7R full-frame mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, with a Sony E 55-210mm F4.5-6.3 OSS telephoto zoom lens. Photo credit: John Tan.

The red water jet spray stands dormant for the moment while the water sprinkler sprays cooling water droplets into the air. Photo taken using a Sony A7R full-frame mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, with a Sony E 55-210mm F4.5-6.3 OSS telephoto zoom lens. Photo credit: John Tan.

We were at the “Port of Lost Wonder” in Sentosa in Singapore to enjoy the sun, sand and beach for the weekend.

The water theme park had this watery playground for little children to revel in slides and water sprays.

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Fearless Channel by Garage Entertainment & Samsung SportsFlow

Saturday, October 18th, 2014

Sydney based studio, Garage Entertainment, Australia’s producer/distributor of Action Sports & Adventure film and television content has collaborated with Samsung SportsFlow to launch a new Actions Sports & Adventure Channel called Fearless.

Home page of the Fearless Channel on Samsung SportsFlow.

Home page of the Fearless Channel on Samsung SportsFlow. Image source: Samsung SportsFlow.

The Fearless channel is now available on the SportsFlow app, giving on-demand access for SportsFlow users (currently over half a million) to over 1,000 best in class action sports films, including films from media houses such as Red Bull, Crusty Demons, Taylor Steele and Rip Curl.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with Australian studio Garage Entertainment. As a company that understands actions sports and how to effectively display the sport, they are a critical partner supporting us to bring awesome content to SportsFlow users,” said Maurizio Barbieri, Head of Sports, Media Solution Centre, Southeast Asia and Oceania, Samsung Electronics.

Titles include “The Art OF Flight”, “Where The Trail Ends” and “Missing” – which were shown on the big screen at the Fearless Film Festival in Sentosa, in celebration of the launch of the channel.

Additionally, there will also be premium content available for purchase through the Fearless channel.

Content on the Fearless channel will be available to all SportsFlow users across Southeast Asia and Oceania.

The Fearless channel marks both the first time sports film content is available on the SportsFlow app as well as the first collaboration of Samsung SportsFlow with any film studio/distributor worldwide.

Fearless Film Festival in Sentosa (15-17 October, 2014) - action movies under the stars.

Fearless Film Festival in Sentosa (15-17 October, 2014) – action movies under the stars. Photo source: Fast Track

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Casio celebrates 30 years of G-SHOCK watches in Singapore

Friday, July 19th, 2013

G-SHOCK’s 30th anniversary was celebrated with a dance and music extravaganza as well as the launch of timepieces by local designers.

The tough ‘indestructible’ G-SHOCK watches were conceived and designed in 1983 by Kikuo Ibe (伊部菊雄), Research and Development Chief Engineer of Casio Japan.

The tough ‘indestructible’ G-SHOCK watches were conceived and designed in 1983 by Kikuo Ibe (伊部菊雄), Research and Development Chief Engineer of Casio Japan.

The Casio G-SHOCK “SHOCK THE WORLD” has been to New York, Berlin, Paris, Tokyo and Dubai, since its inception in 2009.

Kikuo Ibe(伊部菊雄) sharing how he had conceived the idea of a ruggedised digital watched and brought it to fruition from concept to commercial success.

Kikuo Ibe(伊部菊雄) sharing how he had conceived the idea of a ruggedised digital watched and brought it to fruition from concept to commercial success.

To mark G-SHOCK’s milestone 30th anniversary in Singapore, this year’s “SHOCK THE WORLD 2013” tour in Singapore was held at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel, at the Resorts World Sentosa.

“When we first started G-SHOCK, we wanted to challenge conventional wisdom that a wrist watch always had to be handled with care,” recalled Kikuo Ibe(伊部菊雄) – the creator of G-SHOCK – and now the Research and Development Chief Engineer of Casio Japan.

The event featured the unveiling of limited edition stylised G-SHOCK watches designed by local design icon, Keith Png, who has dressed international movie stars like Zhang Ziyi and the design collective duo, Andrew Loh and Kenny Lim of Depression, who are known across Asia for their signature bold, monochromatic designs.

The “SHOCK THE WORLD 2013” Singapore party was hosted by MTV VJ and popular television personality, Max Loong.

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