Friday, January 13, 2006

Sentosa Luge

On New Year's Day evening, I took my parents to Sentosa so they can try Singapore's newest attraction: Sentosa Luge. We parked our car at the Cable Car Plaza carpark, and bought the $20 family tickets for four. The queue was quite long, and once we reached the end of the queue, it was raining very badly. But since we have bought the tickets and have queued for quite long, we decided to just go for it.

I shared the luge with Inka, while Aki was taking Irza. On a rainy day, we enjoyed riding the luges down the hill towards the Siloso Beach. Reaching the base of the hill, the rain continued so we decided not to take the chairlift back up, too dangerous. I checked with one of the staff, and he suggested us to walk to the new Beach Station bus stop nearby, and catch the Blue Line bus back to the Cable Car Plaza.

We walked there under the rain, and found out that the queue for the Blue Line is very very long. So we decided to take the Beach Tram towards Siloso Beach, and took shelter at the Delifrance cafe there. While they were waiting at the cafe, I took the Green Line bus to Cable Cark Plaza, fetched our maid (who waited there) and our car, and I drove back to Delifrance to picked them up. We then went back home.