Today’s Outfit; Universal Studio Singapore

So this is day two of my Singapore trip. You can see part of this post series in this article. I know that, outfit-wise, there is nothing interesting, but I just want to share a little bit of my experience to Universal Studio Singapore (USS), so this post is picture-heavy! I wear what a normal mommies of two kids would wear to an amusement park :D. T-shirt with everything else that screams comfortable.

 

T-shirt: Forever 21. Most comfortable shirt ever!
Denim Skirt: Sole Mio
Sandals: Dexter from Payless. I love these – they don’t give me blisters or anything after I’ve worn them for the whole day, even when it was the first time wearing them. Heels are not possible for running around the whole day, not even wedges. So I had to settle with flats, but I don’t want to ruin my pretty flats and obviously didn’t want to wear sneakers. These sandals are sturdy and pretty at the same time, so they solved the problem.
Bags: Tod’s. Well I only bring one bag to Singapore.

I went to USS on a Friday on a long weekend. I was kind of expecting the crowd to be big but turned there was no line at the ticket counter. When I wanted to upgrade to the premium ticket (so I didn’t have to wait in line for long), the lady at the ticket counter told me I didn’t need to, because it’s not crowded inside. And she was right. Most of the time I only had to wait for 5 minutes. A few hours is enough to take every ride especially if you don’t bring kids with you. With kids, there are many pit stops so I was there from 11AM – 7PM. My kids are 8 and almost 4 and this place is just perfect to bring little kids because it’s small and they could almost ride every single thing, especially for the 8 year old. The only thing he missed was just the Battlestar Galactica. Even my almost 4 yo rode Enchanted Airways and Canopy Flyers.

The adorable Gloria! Look at her lashes :D

Sorry, just can’t resist to post picture of my daughter with her signature pose :D

 

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