Sunday, January 16, 2011

ANTRAVEL - Ep. 01 - Singapore Day 04

It’s the 4th DAY! Our Fake U-Kiss feel bored with the hotel’s breakfast, so they decided to have breakfast at Lucky Plaza.

Alexander : Euh, I think I don’t want to have breakfast here…
Eli : Me too…
Kevin : Em, how if we have breakfast at Lucky Plaza? There are also some Indonesian cuisines…
Alexander : Good idea! Let’s go!

They have breakfast at Lucky Plaza… they also find an Indonesian cuisine restaurant at there…

Alexander : Hem, the taste is little bit different, but it’s okay
Kevin : Yeah, so, what place we’ll get today?
Eli : Let’s check! We are going to go to SENTOSA ISLAND! Tonight we’ll get night safari!
Alexander : WOW! What we gonna ride?
Eli : I think… taxi?
Kevin : Hey! Let’s queue right there!

Driver : Hi, where will you go?
Kevin : Hi, em..Sentosa Island
Driver : Okay…

Alexander : Em.. Sir, what language Singaporean use for daily speaking?
Driver : About 70% is Chinese so, Mandarin. But we also speak in Malay and Tamil. We also have Singlish
Kevin : What Singlish?
Eli : Is that Singapore English?
Driver : Yeah…
Alexander : Wow, em.. Is that the language that…em…english but sometimes you’ll hear as Chinese?
Driver : Yes, that is
Kevin : that’s why the English accent here is unique..Sometimes I can’t understand…
Eli : Yeah, yesterday I heard someone say Coke to be ‘Cook’ and sometimes they use ‘lah’ after talking
Driver : haha, right. Don’t play play lah, don’t do that lah~
Eli : Aiyah, cannot wait any more, must go oreddy
Alexander : Euh…so interesting! Hahha…

Singlish, sometimes known in the academic community as Singapore Colloquial English, is an English-based creole language spoken in Singapore. According to the 2000 census, 71% of Singaporeans are literate in the English language, although there is no way to know who among these are Singlish speakers. Singlish is commonly regarded with low prestige in Singapore. For this reason, more basilectal forms of Singlish are not generally used in formal communication.
The vocabulary of Singlish consists of words originating from English, Malay, Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese, Tamil, Bengali, Punjabi and to a lesser extent various other European, Indic and Sinitic languages, while Singlish syntax resembles southern varieties of Chinese.[citation needed] Also, elements of American and Australian slang have come through from imported television series and films.[citation needed] In the last two decades, an increasing amount of Mandarin words have found their way into Singlish because Mandarin Chinese is taught to most Singaporean Chinese students in school. Japanese words are becoming more common as young Singaporeans become exposed to Japanese culture, particularly through Anime. (Taken from:

Alexander : We finally step on SENTOSA ISLAND!
Eli : Yeah! Finally!!!
Kevin : FINALLY meol-reo ji ji man da si boot-jap-eul soo eob neun nae mam-eul a-ni…
Eli : Whaa!! That’s the bus!! Let’s go guys!

In the bus…

Alexander : Whaa..Those dinosaurs look real!
Kevin : Yeah! Whaa…

Few minutes later…

Eli : Yeah! We’ll ride that one guys! Em…here is written… we can see Singapore, Malaysia, and Batam!
Alexander : WOW! Really! C’mon!
Kevin : I’ll take a special seat!!! Byee…
Eli : Don’t leave me alone!! HEY!!!

Eli : Beautiful!
Alexander : Hangover!
Kevin : Hey, don’t think about BigBang!
Alexander : This is so beautiful!!! Is that Malaysia?? Where is Batam??
Eli : I think that one!
Kevin : Whuaa…I can see overseas of Singapore! Wonderful!

Alexander : Let’s try gondola!
Kevin : Okay!!!
Eli : Indeed!!!

Eli : I’m flying!!!
Alexander : Ouh ouh…I’m dreaming!!!
Kevin : I’m okay. You guys are too excessive!

Eli : Right now, we’ll go to IMAGE OF SINGAPORE!
Alexander : What’s that Eli?
Eli : Museum
Kevin : emm…
Alexander : AH~ I don’t like museum!
Eli : Hey…so far different from museums in Indonesia!

They go to the museum and … speechless…

Alexander : Hey! Those pictures are talking each other!
Kevin : That woman are suddenly appears!
Eli : She’s appearing from that water!
Alexander : MAGIC!
Kevin : Hey! Is that a doll?? I thought it was real!
Eli : Whuuaa…A lot of cultures…
Alexander : Pluralism!
Kevin : Eh…that’s Indonesian house!
Eli : You’re right! WOW!!

is too amazing for them….

Alexander : It was so great!!
Eli : Yeah! Whuuaa…
Kevin : So…where will we go?
Eli : That huge Merlion! Let’s go!
Alexander : YOOO!!

Inside the Merlion…
Eli : Thank you… (talking with a receptionist). Guys, we have to take these coins, we’ll get a gift after looking around
Alexander : Ou..using our fortune!
Kevin : Guys! I can see overseas the Sentosa Island from here!!!
Alexander : Whaatt??? Whooaa! You’re right!
Eli : Can we scream right here?
Kevin : I think we can!
Alexander : WAAAAAAA…!!!!
Eli : Euh, Xander, your voice are to small…
Kevin : That’s our Fake Xander’s style!

They have finished looking around the Merlion…

Eli : Euh, I get a doll!!
Kevin : I get a pocket! What about you Xander?
Alexander : Sticker…. -__-‘’’
Eli : Wahahaha! Congratulation!
Kevin : Wha…almost 6pm! You said that we’ll watch a show at 6?
Eli : Right! We have to quick!

They’re going to watch THE SONGS OF THE SEA…

Songs of the Sea, pics: google
As the 25 year old Musical Fountain ceased operations in March 2006 to make way for the development of Resorts World Sentosa, a new musical fountain was introduced in view of the closure of Magical Sentosa.
The new musical fountain was built at Siloso Beach on Sentosa Island, near Beach Station. The Songs of the Sea is a multi-million dollar sea spectacular that showcases a dazzling display of pyrotechnics, lasers, water jets, flames, computer animation, captivating music and performance by a 'live' cast.
Construction work on the Songs of the Sea began in January 2006, and completed in February 2007. The show made its debut in March 2007. In the first year of its operation between 27 March 2007 and 31 December 2007, Songs of the Sea was watched by 991,723 guests. This proves the show to be a success and favorable among guests (Taken from :
They are so excited while watching the show…after watching…
Eli : That was a great show!
Alexander : Amazing! How it can be?
Kevin : They just used the water and some lasers?? What a great show!!
Eli : I’m so tired…
Alexander : Me as well. How to back?
Kevin : Ride a bus! That one!
Eli : Okay!! At the bus station, we have to find MRT station and then back to hotel…
Alexander : Okay! Let’s go!

They are coming back to hotel for their next activity…

Eli : Hey narrator! I’m tired!! What activity???!!
Alexander : Yeah! I’m so tired~
Kevin : Ah, I see. Is that Night Safari?
Eli : Ou! Night Safari! We had have been ordered tickets for today’s Night Safari!
Alexander : Okay! All my tired has gone away! Let’s go! Hahahahaha!

In the hotel…

Bellboy : Welcome…
Eli : Thanks. A, excuse me. We wanna go to the Night Safari, we have been ordered the tickets for today, but I heard we have to arrive from hotel?
Bellboy : Ah, you ordered in our travel agent? You have to go to that corner then you will find the counter
Eli : Okay…

Travel’s personal : Hi, can I help you, sir?
Alexander : Em, we had have been ordered tickets for today’s night safari. This is the tickets, but we don’t know what we have to do…
Travel’s personal : Em… yeah, these are for today. Our bus will arrive at 9 p.m. I think it would not be a long time, you can wait for a moment…
Alexander : Ou, so we would be picked up here?
Travel’s personal : Yes, Sir
Alexander : Okay. Thank you
Travel’s personal : You’re welcome!

They are waiting for the bus at the lobby… finally the bus is coming…

Kevin : WUHA! That’s the bus!
Travel’s personal : excuse me, that’s the bus. We’ll arrive 15 minutes later…
Eli : Yeahh!! C’mon guys!

They are reaching the Night Safari … The travel agent has prepared everything. They just need to sit and follow the command… Finally, it’s show time!

Alexander : Ouh! This car is very unique! Seemed like … a… Jurassic Park!!
Eli : Wakakaka! Right! Well, can we see the animals? It’s too dark!
Kevin : Yeah… whuaa! It’s started!
Alexander : Look guys! Right way! Wuah… small bear!
Kevin : Whaa!! Those are hippos??!
Eli : Guys! White tigers!! Wonderful!

Night Safari, pics:google
Night Safari, the world’s first wildlife park for nocturnal animals is an nine-time winner of the Best Visitor Attraction Experience, awarded by Singapore Tourism Board. This internationally acclaimed leisure attraction embodies innovation and creativity in products and services, and service quality, thus attracting more than 1.1 million visitors yearly. Over 1,000 animals from 115 species (of which almost 30% are threatened) inhabit the 40-hectare park.
In line with its mission to promote biodiversity, the park focuses on the captive breeding of threatened species. Over the years, it has bred Malayan tigers, Asian elephants, fishing cats, red dholes, anoas, markhors, bantengs, Malayan tapirs and Asian lions, among other endangered species. A visitor’s experience at Night Safari is not limited to animals but extends to experiential dining segments with the park’s award winning Gourmet Safari Experience, where visitors dine onboard a tram traversing the eight geographical zones. The park can be explored either on foot via three walking trails, or by tram. Night Safari is part of Wildlife Reserves Singapore and is a designated wildlife rescue centre by the governing authority (Taken from :

Alexander : Wuahh!! Great Safari! We don’t have something like this in Indonesia! Hahahaha!
Eli : Yeah! Usually I don’t like to go to the zoo…but this is too different!
Kevin : Well, it was great! So, we have to back to hotel and sleep!
Alexander : Yeah!

They’re coming back to the hotel and taking rest for the 5th day!

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