Friday, October 29, 2010

Nab Nimble Nate!

NNN

This is a contest by Nokia to promote the latest model, N8!! From now till 5th November 2010, there will be a challenge each day and if you get the answer right to the challenge, you might walk with $1000 for that day!! There are now 8 challenges left till the final hunt for NATE!!!! So everybody still has a chance to win the $1000!!!! Go try it now!!!!


Good Lobang 1

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

If I get to go to Tokyo...

I will dress up as one of my favourite animes' characters.
Naruto would attract a lot of attention. I have the head band but seriously, i wonder where can I get an orange overall just like Naruto's. Hmmmm...
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Or I can do a Luffy from One Piece. This should be pretty easy - straw hat + berms.
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Or how about Ichigo from Bleach? Hmmmm...

Friday, October 15, 2010

Getting to Tokyo Station from Haneda Airport

By Tokyo Monorail
1 transfer, 30 minutes, 620 yen, frequent connections
Take the JR Yamanote or JR Keihin-Tohoku Line from Tokyo Station to Hamamatsucho Station (5 minutes, 150 yen) and transfer to the Tokyo Monorail to Haneda Airport (20 minutes, 470 yen).

By Keikyu Railways
1 transfer, 35 minutes, 560 yen, frequent connections
Take the JR Yamanote or JR Keihin-Tohoku Line from Tokyo Station to Shinagawa Station (10 minutes, 160 yen) and transfer to the Keikyu Airport Line to Haneda Airport (20 minutes, 400 yen).

By limousine bus
Direct, 40 minutes, 900 yen, 1-2 connections per hour
Limousine buses to Haneda Airport depart Tokyo Station every 30 to 60 minutes. The one way journey takes about 40 minutes and costs 900 yen.

Above fees and schedules are subject to change. For the current Yen exchange rate, click here.

Source: http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2430.html


I think the subway is a better choice than the limousine bus - cheaper and faster. ^^

Discover Japan via Haneda Airport, Tokyo

This is super cool, the JNTO Singapore is having this contest - Discover Japan via Haneda Airport, Tokyo - to celebrate the launch of the Haneda Airport's handling of international flights. It was formally known as the Tokyo International Airport when it opened in 1931. When the Narita International Airport was completed in 1978, it took over the international flights and Haneda Airport was left to handle the domestic flights.

On 31st October 2010, it will be a historic moment for Haneda Airport as it will be welcoming international passengers again. I sure hope to be one of the first many to be there; please let me win this contest.

Let's see... if I win the contest, I will leave Singapore on 31st October 2010 and I will have 3 airlines to choose from: Singapore Airlines, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways.

Singapore Airlines

31st October: Leaves Singapore at 1530hr and reaches Tokyo (HND) at 2305hr

2nd November: Leaves Tokyo at 0625hr and reaches Singapore at 1250hr





Japan Airlines

31st October: Leaves Singapore at 0820hr and reaches Tokyo (HND) at 1610hr

2nd November: Leaves Tokyo at 2350hr and reaches Singapore at 0630hr (the next day)








All Nippon Airways

31st October: Leaves Singapore at 2200hr and reaches Tokyo (HND) at 0600hr (the next day)

2nd November: Leaves Tokyo at 2330hr and reaches Singapore at 0620hr (the next day)




Seriously, I think JAL has the best timing and I shall be designing my itinerary according to this flight which allows me to enjoy Tokyo as much as possible.

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Monday, October 04, 2010

Escape Theme Park



This is cool, another Halloween event in Singapore. The more of such events the spookier Singapore becomes in the month of October... Woooooo....





Write a Ghost Story and on your blog/website or even Wild Wild Wet Facebook page. After completeing your story, share & post the link of your story on Wild Wild Wet Facebook page. Get your friends to like your story and you could walkaway with fantastic prizes

Top Prize
Story post with most ‘Likes’ wins 2 Pairs of Escape to “Hell”oween tickets and 2 Timex watch

Consolation Prizes
5 pair of Escape to “Hell”oween tickets to be givenaway

Terms & Conditions
- Each user is limited to one story entry only
- Winners will be notified via Wild Wild Wet Facebook Page in the Wall section on the 22th Oct 2010
- Prizes are not exchangeable for cash and are not refund-able.

E-Card Tagging Contest
Download one of the “Hell”oween e-card from HERE. Post your chosen “Hell”oween e-card photo on our Wild Wild Wet Facebook page and tag as many of your friends to invite them to Escape to “Hell”oween event.

The E-Card with the most of tags & “likes” will win a 1 pair of Escape to "Hell"oween tickets and a Timex Watch

Terms & Conditions
- Limited to one e-card entry per submitter
- Winners will be notified via Wild Wild Wet Facebook Page in the Wall section on the 22th Oct 2010
- Prizes are not exchangeable for cash and are not refund-able.


Avenue of Stars... wooooo...



Wooooooooooooooooooooo....

It is really cool to dress up as a ghost or something and walk on the street. Kind of AA (attracting attention) but hey, you don't do it all the time; only once (and maybe a few more times) a year during Halloween. We don't dress up during the Chinese 7th lunar month... *choy* people will think I am crazy if I do that during that time... *touch wood*

I will dress up as a Vampire if I get to go to the Avenue of Stars. I have to be properly dress up in order to match the status of this area. (^,^)v

Woooooooooooooooooooo...

Saw the Halloween Parade on TV again.

I remembered seeing the Halloween Parade 2010 @ HK's Disneyland being featured on TVBS the other time. That was how I got to know about this eerie parade in the first place. Anyway, I saw it on TV again a few minutes ago. I think it would be really interesting to go to Hong Kong to have a look no matter what.

We should have something like that here in Singapore. Maybe at the Universal Studios Singapore (USS)? Ya, I think that will be fantastic. Now, let me see... how can I contact the good people from USS... hmmm...

Saturday, October 02, 2010

Hong Kong Disneyland's Halloween Parade 2010!

Credits to http://www.youtube.com/user/usji

This parade is so cool... I want to be there... (^,^)v

Friday, October 01, 2010

Halloween Horrors 2010 @ Singapore Night Safari










Are you ready for the scariest ride of your life? Are you sure? Then get on the 'Train of Terror'!!

The Night Safari (Singapore) is proud to present Halloween Horrors 2010! Other than the 'Train of Terror', visitors will also get to experience the 'Trail of the Undead', 'Memories of the Departed', 'Scares Galore', 'Gruesome Treats' and 'Haunted Village @ Singapore Zoo'.

Do note that the Horrific activities only happen on the following dates: 2,8,9,15,16, 22, 23, 29, 30 and 31 October 2010. Tickets can be bought online and over the counter.

B O O O O ~ ~ ~