My Christmas Wishlist to Santa ME!

Merry Christmas everyone!!!
Two more days and it's Christmas once again but it's only now that I would be posting my christmas wishlist, I guess Santa would not be able to grant my wishes. *wink* But since this wishlist is intended for Santa ME, I might still be able to get them, I just don't know when. *hehe* Anyway, this post is in response to a tag made by a fellow blogger Grace of Chicturista for this season's "All I Want for Christmas" meme. Thank you Grace for tagging me. Sorry though, I won't be tagging friends anymore as I noticed everyone (of my friends here in blogosphere) were already tagged. I guess I am the last one to join this meme. ;)

Ayala Triangle Gardens: Enchanting Lights and Sounds Show

Ayala Triangle's Lights and Sound Show
 ♫   Deck the halls with boughs of holly, 
Fa la la la la, la la la la. 
'Tis the season to be jolly, 
Fa la la la la, la la la la.  ♫  
It's christmastime! The season to be jolly and gay, yey!!!

Batangas | Experience the Difference at Palm Beach Resort Laiya

Palm Beach Resort - San Juan, Batangas
It was a long weekend then, me and my friends decided to have a short/unplanned weekend getaway. But since we all couldn't be away for long, we decided to go to Batangas, San Juan in particular. I scouted for a beach resort online (through my CP) and came up with several options but it was La Luz our first choice. Unfortunately, it was fully-booked that time (we don't have reservations by the way).

FoodTrips | Lomi: Merienda ng Batangueño

Batangas Lomi - 50 pesos per order
After our day-hike at Mt. Maculot Rockies, the group agreed on going to Tagaytay for food tripping. So from Cuenca, we took a jeepney going to Lemery. From Lemery, we were supposed to take a bus or van going to Tagaytay but the driver and the conductor of the jeepney told us that there are no more buses or vans going to Tagaytay at that hour, it was almost 7PM then I think. So instead of alighting from the jeepney to look for a ride to Tagaytay, we decided to go back to Lipa City (the driver told us that they'll head back to Lipa instead of going to the jeepney terminal).

Adventures | Surviving Mt. Maculot Rockies

Mt. Maculot Summit
Mt. Maculot summit - view from the rockies
Mt. Maculot is one of the famous day-hike destinations near Metro Manila. It is located in Cuenca, Batangas and stands at the height of 930 MASL (meters above sea level) on the summit, 706 MASL on the rockies. It is considered a minor climb with difficulty level of 3/9 and trail classification of 1-3 (source: www.pinoymountaineer.com).

We planned our climb to Mt. Maculot end of September and scheduled it on the first weekend of October. A day before our climb, PAGASA issued a rain and thunderstorm warning in the vicinity of Batangas so I thought the plan would not push through, plus it's actually raining in Manila that time. However, a friend/mountaineer inquired from some of her friends if it's safe to climb Maculot when its raining and they said it's fairly safe, so off we go to Batangas the next day.

Malaysia-Singapore | Trip Highlights, Itinerary, Expenses

I've written here several posts about our 2012 summer adventures in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) and Singapore. It was such an awesome trip, a thrilling adventure; we rode (trains, buses, cabs), we walked, we climbed, we visited places; some are interesting, some are not. With this trip too, I smiled, I cried, I freaked out! But all these made this escapade a very memorable one; indeed, an unforgettable experience!

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A trip to KL would never be complete without visiting their skyscrapers, the KL Tower and the Petronas Twin Towers. These towers, specifically the Petronas Twin Towers symbolize Malaysia's progress and development. And it draws tourists from all around the world, this twin towers being one of the world's tallest structures. There are other interesting landmarks here worth checking out too and these include among others, the Istana Negara, Masjid Negara and Tugu Negara.

If you're a food lover, street dining in Jalan Alor in the Bukit Bintang area is a must-try experience. Jalan Alor offers a dining experience of different cuisines from Malay, Thai and Chinese, a one-stop-dining experience actually.

If you're into temples and willing to climb 272 steps to get into it, you may want to visit the Batu Caves Temple, a Hindu temple at the far north of the city famous for its 140-feet Lord Muruga statue, the tallest statue of Hindu deity in Malaysia. However, if you're one of those travelers who like to shop till you drop, you may want to visit the Chinatown in Jalan Petaling, a street market where you can haggle and shop for less. These are some of the interesting places we've visited in KL; if you want to read more about our adventures in these places, you may click the link to read more about them.

Anyway, for a more detailed account of our adventures in KL, here's our itinerary and actual expenses. I'm not the type who prepares itinerary beforehand; all I do whenever I'm planning a trip is check out interesting places, list down these places and then decide  on where to go and what to do when I'm already there. But I learned to take note of the actual places I visited and the actual expenses I incurred, so here it goes:


Singapore

Singapore is the smallest country in Asia but despite its size, it is the third richest country in the world, next to  Qatar and Luxembourg. And being one of the richest countries in the world, living here is expensive, much more touring it. If in Malaysia, I spent less than four thousand pesos roaming around and visiting KL's famous attractions, here in Singapore I spent more than twice of what I spent in KL.

Anyway, Singapore is famous for its themed-parks and a visit to this city/country usually entails going to these themed-parks. For our SG escapade, we visited Sentosa Island where I experienced crying while riding the cable car. It is also where I freaked out for riding the skyride, a floating chairlift that gives panoramic view of the Sentosa Island. We've also availed of a one day tour to Universal Studios Singapore, enjoying out different rides from a kiddie-ride Madagascar Crate Adventure to a more thrilling adult ride Battlestar Gallactica. We also tried riding the Singapore Flyer, a giant ferris wheel that gives a panoramic view of the Marina Bay and the surrounding area. For a detailed account of our adventures in SG, you may click the links and read more about them. By the way, following are our itinerary and actual expenses:


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These itineraries do not reflect our overall expenses for our KL and SG escapades but I hope this post somehow gives you an idea of how much a tour to these two countries would cost. I didn't include the cost of our package tour as I know it's a little bit expensive if compared to a DIY airline and hotel bookings, especially nowadays that a lot of seat sales are offered by airline companies.

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Date of Visit: May 6 - 10, 2012
Note: Currency conversions are just estimates, only the expenses in MYR and SGD are actual.

Singapore | The Flyer and the Glittering Cityscape

The Singapore Flyer
For the benefit of those who have not read my previous post regarding my Sentosa night experience, I freaked out in the cable car and skyride. I've fear of heights and those rides, especially the skyride,  really scared me out of my wits. So as we make our way to the Singapore Flyer, I'm asking myself "am I  ready to face my fear of heights yet again thru another ride"? And my answer? Yes! Because I wouldn't let my fears dictate or limit my adventures in SG. I don't know if I could ever set foot again in this country so better to experience everything I could while I'm still here. And so, after one whole day of exhilarating and fun-filled adventures in Universal Studios, we hurried our way to Raffles Avenue for the Singapore Flyer experience.

Singapore Flyer, a giant ferris wheel located in Raffles Avenue is another one of the famous attractions of Singapore. Standing at the height of 165 meters (equivalent to 42 stories high building), Singapore Flyer is the world's highest observation wheel.

another shot of Singapore Flyer, from Merlion Park
It's already past 7PM when we reach the SG Flyer so we immediately bought our tickets (SGD29.50 per person) and hurried our way to the boarding platform (last boarding time is 7:30PM). Unlike my experience with cable car and skyride, a ride to SG Flyer is a very relaxing and enjoyable experience. Although at first I still felt a bit scared; the capsule's flooring is a transparent glass I can see thru it. And when I looked down, it felt like I'm floating in the air. Nevertheless, I was still able to enjoy this ride as I feel safer in it. The Flyer's capsule is very stable even when we walk around it; we didn't feel any movement whatsoever. If not for the changing views as the giant wheel turns around, we wouldn't know that we are moving or turning at all.

Anyway, at one point during the ride, one other tourist who is with us in the capsule mentioned that we could see Malaysia from the Flyer, at least that's how we understand his words. But when we asked him where it is, only then did we realized that he's asking us where Malaysia is rather than telling us where it is. Tsk, talking about language barrier here, hehe! But he was not lying actually, I've read from somewhere that on a clear sunny day, one could really see Malaysia from the Flyer. Too bad it's nighttime then plus the fact that we don't know where to look at so of course, we haven't seen it. ;(

Anyhow, the view from the Flyer is truly breathtaking. I was in awe at the glittering cityscape and the magnificent structures along Marina Bay. I enjoyed taking photos, too. Below are some of my shots; not very good I know, with visible reflections too, so just please bear with them. ;(

the glittering cityscape
Marina Bay Sands
the Marina Bay
Gardens by the Bay - Flower (right) and Cloud Forest (left) Domes
SG highway @ night

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SG Summer Escapades 2012:
* - Singapore Flyer and the Glittering Cityscape

Singapore | A Day at the Universal Studios

Universal Studios Singapore - the most-photographed revolving globe
Universal Studios, a movie theme park located in Sentosa Island, is probably one of the most, if not the most visited attractions in Singapore. It features 7-themed zones - Madagascar, Far Far Away, Lost World, Ancient Egypt, Hollywood, New York and Sci-Fi City. It is a must-see attraction for kids and kids-at-heart, so of course it's included in our SG summer escapade. However, instead of having a DIY tour to Universal Studios, we availed of a package tour worth SGD71 (we were convinced by our city tour driver/guide to get a package tour, regular 1-day pass however costs SGD68). The package includes one way van/bus ride to Sentosa and a 1-day pass to USS (1-day pass includes ride-all-you-can to all USS rides).

Before the city tour driver/guide dropped us at our hotel, he reminded us several times to be at the hotel lobby at exactly 8AM the next day, our pick-up time for the USS tour. And we are glad we did as we were told, the driver (not the city tour driver) who picked us up for the USS tour is very particular with time, the other tourists who are not on time were scolded and embarrassed for being late. And you can't take the driver's words, they were so embarrassing even us got tongue-tied though we're not the ones who are late. Note: Singaporeans are very punctual, they will leave on time and will not wait for you. So if you are going to get a package tour which includes a transfer ride, make sure you are ready at pick-up time to avoid embarrassing situations with snappy drivers, like what we have witnessed.

Anyway, because of the very punctual driver, we make it to USS before its opening, we have so much time taking our photos with the most-photographed part of USS, the haunted revolving globe at the park's entrance (photo not published though). ;P

at the Madagascar zone - A Crate Adventure
Madagascar's A Crate Adventure was our first ride at USS. I am not fond of animation movies (am not a movie fan actually, animated or otherwise) so I'm not really familiar with the characters or animals in the Madagascar zone but the ride actually features a boat ride on a man-made river while listening to the story of the characters and watching some animations/experiencing real-life effects, as if you're a part of the movie. This ride is highly recommended for kids but of course, kids-at-heart are also welcome here. ;)

still at Madagascar Zone - King Julien's Beach Party-Go-Round
We also tried the carousel ride, a bit embarrassing for me because I find this ride really for kids but I don't want to be left alone so of course, I joined them. Enjoyed taking photos here, though... ;)

USS' Far Far Away
Far Far Away Castle
USS' Far Far Away Zone is inspired by the animation movie Shrek. The attractions here, like Shrek 4D Adventure (a 3D film showing with physical or natural effects as if viewers are part of the show) and Donkey Live (an interactive live show featuring Shrek's sidekick Donkey), are basically for kids but still we watched it, we're kids-at-heart remember...hehe!

Lost World's Canopy Flyer
USS' Lost World is the area that features adventure rides, mostly for adults but kids measuring at least 3 feet in height are allowed to ride here as long they are accompanied by adults. This zone has two main themed attractions, the Jurassic Park (based on the Steven Spielberg movie/Michael Crichton novel) and the Waterworld (based on the Waterworld movie starring Kevin Costner). Jurassic Park has two rides, the Canopy Flyer and the Rapids Adventure but we only got to ride the Canopy Flyer; we don't have extra clothes so we didn't try the Rapids Adventure (this adventure will get you wet). And yes, even though I'm afraid of heights, I rode this roller coaster, 'tis a fast ride eh so I've no time getting scared...hehe!

For the Waterworld adventure, I just found out that I have no photos from there, but I have a video of the show. Unfortunately, the video file is too large, I can't upload it here. ;(

USS' Ancient Egypt Zone
Ancient Egypt Zone features Egypt during the ancient times, with statues and structures typically found during that era. The zone is also set up based on the movie The Mummy and features another roller coaster ride, Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride. It is a fast ride with sharp turns, steep ascend/descend and fast reverse in a dark enclosed area. With this ride, you can only feel and imagine the heights but you won't actually see it, a ride advisable to those with fear of heights. I rode this one too! :D

Battlestar Galactica - Human and Cyclon
Battlestar Galactica Cyclon - upside down ;D
There are some other rides that we've tried here at USS; some were kiddie rides (Enchanted Airways, Treasure Hunters and Accelerators), others were also adventurous and thrilling like Transformers: The RideBut the ultimate USS ride for me is the Sci-Fi City's Battlestar Galactica (Human and Cyclon), the world's tallest and intertwined high speed dueling roller coaster ride. Battlestar Galactica Human is a sit-down roller-coaster ride while Battlestar Galactica Cyclon is a suspended roller coaster ride that turns your world upside down. Battlestar Galactica is an exhilarating ride of twists and turns and drops at a zooming speed of up to 90 kilometers per hour, truly a thrilling ride, an adventure of a lifetime. Try it when you go to USS, you'll miss half of your life if you don't. Remember, I've fear of heights but I conquered these rides (Battlestar Galactica, Human and Cyclon); therefore, you should too! ;P 

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* Allot 1 day for USS tours and rides, you need 1 whole day to fully enjoy this park.
* Bring extra clothes, some rides will get you wet so you'll need extra clothing.
* Recommended for kids: Madagascar and Far Far Away zones.
* Kids height requirements (for most rides): at least 3 feet.
* Must try (adults): Canopy Flyer, Revenge of the Mummy: The Ride, Transformers: The Ride, Battlestar Galactica (human & cyclon)

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SG Summer Escapades 2012:
* - Singapore Flyer and the Glittering Cityscape

Singapore | Sentosa Night Experience

Siloso Beach, Sentosa Island
After the boring city tour and the quick lunch at a fastfood joint near the hotel, we headed to Vivo City for the Sentosa tour. To get there, we rode the MRT from Little India Station to Harbor Front Station where Vivo City is. There are several ways to get to Sentosa Island and one of them is through cable car ride which we want to experience. So after going around the mall and after buying some souvenir items, we went to the ticket booth to buy tickets for the cable car ride. In the ticketing area, we saw some flyers that showcase different package tours to Sentosa Island. One of these package tours is the Night Experience Package (SGD38) where we can save up to 43% off the ticket price. The catch? We have to wait for 5PM before we can purchase it. If I remember it right, it was just past 3PM then, a lot of waiting time yes but since we're looking for a package where we can save money, we waited for it. To pass the time, we went back to the mall and window shop. I also went back to the perfume store I checked out before to buy a friend's request (a friend gave me money to buy her a perfume). 

And then came 5PM, we went to the ticket booth again and bought the Night Experience Package. The package includes round trip tickets for the cable car, a ticket to luge car, skyride, Songs of the Sea, and a choice between Desperados in 3D or Sentosa 4D Magix; we chose the latter. And then off we go to the cable car station, excited with the cable car ride!

The Sentosa Cable Car

This cable car ride is one of my unforgettable experience in Singapore. I am afraid of heights and though I knew it before I hopped in, I never thought I would be so consumed by it. During the cable car ride, it feels like everything is in slow motion, I am so afraid I couldn't even move in my seat. I was so frozen with fear I started crying. Yes peeps, you read it right, I cried! And because of that, I never get to enjoy the magnificent view of Sentosa Island below. I was not able to take pictures too...tsk tsk!

Singapore Cable Car (photo courtesy of GB)
With this experience, you think I wouldn't ride this cable car again. But you're wrong! I am a masochist I rode with it again back to Vivo City. *wink* That, or I'll be looking for a bus ride on my own. Anyway, the second time around is not as fearful as the first one, I was able to somehow control my fear I didn't cry again. And I was able to take pictures too. Too bad, the pictures are blurry...pfft!

Sentosa 4D Magix

Sentosa 4D Magix is an interactive movie experience with 4D effects; that is, a 3D movie with special physical or natural effects. If I'm not mistaken, the movie they're playing that time is The Pirates (I don't know if it's the same as the movie played in the big screen or just an adaptation), so we experienced being  sprayed with water as if we're in the same boat with the characters, our seats were shaken and moved as if we're part of the movie, and we were tickled too (there are leg ticklers underneath the seats). This movie experience is probably for kids, but we enjoyed it very much. It's fun! Try it when you visit Sentosa too! :)

The Luge Ride and the SkyRide

I had experienced luge ride before during our Paradise Ranch/Zoocobia Tour and it was fun, a bit scary at first but when you get the hang of it, it's exciting and thrilling. I am excited for this ride but am a little bit worried too because the track is longer, I'm worried that I might not be able to make it to the finish line without stalling, just like what had happened in Paradise Ranch. But maybe because this was the third time I had done this, I was able to fully control the cart, I made it to the finish line without a goof...yey! :D

Sentosa's Luge and Skyride
Skyride is a twin adventure of luge ride. It is a ride on a 4-seater chairlift (lower-right photo in the collage above) back to the hilltop where the luge ride begins. On board the skyride chairlift, one can have a panoramic view of the island and its coastline. But I never had the chance to enjoy it. If on the cable car I cried silently, here on skyride I'm crying and screaming and calling my mom's name and praying all throughout the ride; at that moment, I thought I'm gonna die. Skyride is like sitting on a bench floating 12 storeys high above the ground with only a safety bar protecting you from falling. And it's super slow, I thought the ride would never gonna end. Thank goodness it was nighttime then, had it been daytime, I might have fainted out of fear. Skyride is really really scary, super duper scary, I would never ever ride with it again, NEVER...EVER!! (PS: Skyride is not advisable for people with fear of heights!)

Songs of the Sea

Songs of the Sea is a multimedia show set in the sea (of course) and held in Siloso Beach in Sentosa Island. It is a fantastic show of fireworks, laser and flame burst display as well as live performance from the casts. The show revolves around Li, (the main character) and his discovery of Princess Ami, a sleeping princess, as well as his quest to awaken her through his songs.

Songs of the Sea - live casts performance
Songs of the Sea - kelong
Songs of the Sea - light show
Songs of the Sea - light show
Here's a short video of Songs of the Sea, enjoy watching! :)


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SG Summer Escapades 2012:
* - Singapore Flyer and the Glittering Cityscape

Singapore | Hotel Accommodation, City Tour, Etc.

Marina Bay Sands
Singapore is the smallest country in Asia, with only a total land area of about 704 square kilometers including the reclaimed lands (source: Wikipedia). Before its land reclamation, Singapore is actually smaller than Metro Manila. However, with an average income per capita of USD56,694 a year, it now ranked number 3 in the list of the world's richest countries, next to Luxembourg (2nd) and Qatar (1st) (source: urbanpeek.com). Singapore is part of our KL-SG summer adventure this 2012.

Food Trip: Kamayan sa Palaisdaan in Tayabas, Quezon

Kamayan sa Palaisdaan - Tayabas, Quezon
After climbing more or less 300 steps in Kamay ni Hesus Shrine, we heard our stomach rumble so we decided to have our early dinner at Kamayan sa Palaisdaan in Tayabas, Quezon, a floating restaurant along the highway going to Lucban, Quezon. We pass by this restaurant on our way to the Shrine from Lipa City. The restaurant, which is just a few minutes away from the Shrine, features a dining experience (with your bare hands, if you so desire) in a floating nipa hut.

Quezon | Visiting Kamay Ni Hesus Shrine in Lucban

The Ascending Christ
It was a long weekend then but I didn't plan for a weekend getaway longer than a day's trip; my travel buddy can't get away beyond a day and I don't have enough courage yet to go solo so I settled on another road trip, this time in Lucban, Quezon to visit Kamay ni Hesus Shrine.

Kamay ni Hesus Shrine is a healing center built under the initiative of Father Joseph "Joey" Ayala Faller, a gifted and well-known healing priest. A healing mass was conducted at the Kamay ni Hesus Chapel every Wednesdays and Saturdays at 9:30AM.

This Shrine may be known for the healing masses but it has also become a popular tourist and field trip destination nowadays. Even on a Sunday, a long weekend at that, several groups of students were having their field trip there, also lots of families and groups of people were there to visit the shrine; saw some of my office friends too, small world eh...hehe!

Food Trips | Alamarius Grill's Bulalo

Almarius Grill's Bulalo (PhP320.00/serving, good for 2-3 persons)
Bulalo is one of the famous dishes of Batangas, one of the reasons being the province as one of the major cattle producers in the country. And if you search the net for the famous bulalohan in Batangas, Almarius Grill would come up as one of them.

A few weeks back, me and my friend went on a road trip to Lucban, Quezon to visit Kamay ni Hesus Grotto. But instead of taking the shorter Laguna route, we opted for the much longer (I think) Batangas-Lipa route because of just one reason - to satisfy our craving for bulalo. We've tried bulalo from Rose and Grace's Restaurant in Sto. Tomas from our previous road trip and we liked it very much but we want to try other variety so we went to Almarius Grill in Lipa City.

UP-AyalaLand Technohub: Mezza Norte Food Trip

Mezza Norte - live acoustic band

Sometime last July, I saw a feature on TV about the newest night food market here in the Metro, the Mezza Norte. I haven't been to any food market yet because most of them are far from my place so when I heard that this one is in Quezon City, me and my friend scheduled a food trip there. It's been raining during the last weekend of July and early August so we're only able to visit the place mid of August.

Malaysia | Aquaria KLCC Tour

Aquaria KLCC
As I've mentioned in my Petronas Twin Towers post, we didn't avail ourselves of a tour to the twin towers' observation deck since we've done that in KL Tower. Instead, we visited Aquaria KLCC because my friends wanted to check out this oceanarium. I've already visited an oceanarium before (Manila Ocean Park) so I'm not that excited with Aquaria but since I have nothing else to do, I agreed to join them. So after more or less three hours of window shopping and roaming around Jalan Petaling, we went to KLCC (Kuala Lumpur Convention Center).

Everything in KLCC seems classy; this being the home to the stylish and high-end shopping center Suria KLCC and the high and mighty Petronas Twin Towers. But since we don't have money for luxurious shopping (purita us...hehe!), we didn't roam around Suria. Instead, we went straight to Aquaria.

But before we started our tour, we first had our lunch at the KLCC food center. Seeing an asian food stall, we chose to buy our foods there thinking that it would taste like our foods here in Manila. It turned out the food still has the Malaysian twist - spicy that is, super, to the max! One of my friends had to buy her foods twice because she can't stand the spicy food she got on her first order. She ordered the second time, and though the crew said it's a "little spicy", she still find her order to be too spicy.

set value meal - the beef tastes like our caldereta
This set meal was my order, a bit spicy but since I love spicy foods, I was able to enjoy it. For those who are not into spicy foods, please note that a "little spicy" (by Malaysian crew's standard) might be too spicy for you so better ask for a meal that is not spicy at all. Anyway, after this super hot lunch, we then proceeded to Aquaria.

Aquaria KLCC is a state-of-the-art oceanarium located in KLCC adjacent to Petronas Twin Towers. It showcases a variety of marine life forms and some land-based creatures occupying an area of around 60,000 square-foot. Like Manila Ocean Park, it features several aquariums of different sizes with various marine life species in it. It also has a transparent tunnel where you can view up close some wild marine creatures like sharks, stingrays, sea turtles and other marine life forms.

Now, let's start our Aquaria KLCC tour. :P Our first stop: touch pool section where everyone is allowed to touch marine life forms like horseshoe crab, starfish, sea cucumber, bamboo shark, etc.; I didn't dare touch them though. :P

Horseshoe Crab
starfish and sea cucumber

Next stop: electric zone where the exhibited creatures (electric eel, electric catfish, elephant-nose fish) discharged electricity to defend themselves; so if you happen to see them in the wild, stay away or you'll be toasted. :P

electric eel
electric catfish

Next stop: the stream, home to land and aquatic animals like otters and rodents.

Nutria(?) , semi-aquatic rodent
Next stop: jewels of the jungle, a section where various life forms that are usually found in the jungle can be seen including exhibits of butterflies and other insects.

green snake! checked the net to find out what type of snake this is but I got scared just by looking at the photos so never mind ;)
butterflies!!!
Next stop: flooded forest, the section where school of fishes in a lighted tube tanks can be found.

red-tailed fish

And last but not the least: the oceanarium, a 90-meter transparent tunnel with a walkalator where you can  view up-close the various wild marine animals like sharks, giant stingrays, sea turtles, etc.

sea turtle and shark
the scary shark!
End of the tour, hope you enjoyed...hehe!

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Aquaria Schedule and Fees:
Schedule: 11AM - 8PM (weekdays M-F); 1030AM - 8PM (weekends/holidays); 7PM (last admission)
Admission Fee (non-Malaysian): RM45 (adult); RM35 (children); RM25 (senior citizen)

Date of Visit: May 8, 2012

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