It’s Not Too Late! You could still do Two Things in Singapore

17 12 2011
Wednesday, 14 December 2011

When you only have the night-time to spare on your crazy schedule while in Singapore, try to watch a concert and go clubbing! In other words, go C2!

Search and see the concerts that you could enjoy. Then google for hot party places in town. Better yet, ask some local experts for a more Royal Treatment!


I watched “Richard Marx Stories to Tell Solo and Acoustic” gig at Singapore Indoor Stadium. SG has chosen the perfect seat to see a very good vantage point of Richard Marx. However, my Black Berry was not ready for the right snap!

Amongst the playlist, my fave this time was “Hold on to the Night!”. Since it was an acoustic concert, I expected myself sleeping like a baby specially when Richard Marx played “Silent Night”.

Setlist: Endless Summer Nights; Take This Heart ;Keep Coming Back; To Where You Are (written for Josh Groban) ;Until I Find You Again; Hazard ; When You Loved Me; Hold Onto the Night; Now and Forever; Save Me; Angelia; Silent Night; Should have Known Better; This I promise you (written for N’Sync); Best of Me (written – sung by ONJ and David Foster); Encore: Right Here Waiting


I thought 1-Altitude was already washed out when we had the very strong afternoon rain. Patience was indeed the best ingredient. After 4 hours of waiting, I was already enjoying the stunning
360-degree view of the city from the 282 m above sea level rooftop of One Raffles Place while having dinner.


Then off we went to Ku De Ta Bar at Sands SkyPark for another snap of the city.

So hurry and decide what suits you best! h




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