Apr
9
2016

Singapore River Night Cruise

During our recent trip to Singapore, we took the opportunity to bring the boys for the Singapore River Night Cruise. Ethan has been on this cruise before but it was the Day Cruise. This is the boys’ first time on a night cruise.
marina bay sands

It wasn’t in our plan to go for the cruise actually but as we were taking a leisurely stroll, the boys saw the boat and requested to ride on it.

Singapore River Night Cruise

The cruise is 40 minutes long. The ticket price was S$15/adult back in 2010 but has since increased to S$25/adult now.

Darling and my tickets.

Ethan’s ticket.

Don’t even think of converting to our RM. Heartache! LoL!

After waiting for 10 minutes or so, we get to board the boat.

We sat on the outdoor seats. Look at this picture:

Singapore River Cruise bridge

No, Ayden was not going to throw up. He was not having seasick. He was actually drinking water. But look at Darling. Look behind him. There is a momok behind him! OMG! >_<

One of the many colourful bridges we went under.

Clarke Quay – Hotspot for Singapore night life.

We were lucky to be able to see the Extreme Swing in action.

If you are wondering what Extreme Swing is, watch this video we recorded back in 2010 during our Day Cruise:

Singapore Extreme Swing

We also get to see the Singapore Flyer during the cruise. 

We were lucky again as we managed to catch the light show at Marina by the bay from our cruise. 

Of course, there is the iconic Merlion too along the way. 

Last but not least…

Singapore River Cruise submerryn

Boo! Another MOMOK! 

That’s all for our Singapore River Night Cruise. The boys enjoyed themselves. It was definitely nicer to take the cruise at night. Singapore looks beautiful at night. 

20 Comments + Add Comment

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    Used to stink like hell in the 70’s. They cleaned it up and turned it into a tourist attraction. Same thing with the rive in Melaka, right? They have cruises along the river in Kuching too.

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    Merryn Reply:

    The one in Melaka, we have only been to their Day cruise. Have not had the opportunity to try the night one. Will definitely do so one of these days. Kuching for sure havent got the opportunity :(

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    Is the river got unpleasant smell? LOL
    PS: What is momok actually?

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    Merryn Reply:

    Nope, surprisingly no unpleasant smell during our ride this time.

    ‘Momok’ is ghost. LoL!

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    The last pic is not momok, is hot mama

    I would choose night cruise if I am a tourist, day cruise will be too hot for me

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    Merryn Reply:

    TRUE! We went for the day cruise back in 2010. HOT! Haha.

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    Nice family photo!
    Sure a nice experience right! Reminds me of the night cruise I had in Paris….

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    Merryn Reply:

    The boys definitely love it. Ayden’s first time on a boat if I am not mistaken.

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    The last picture of you, you look great!

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    Merryn Reply:

    The moonlight is kind to me. Makes me glow. Haha.

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    I enjoy looking at these pictures in this post so much. You look great here, I like your hair.

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    Merryn Reply:

    Thank you Yan. I also like my hair then. Now, it is like a lion’s mane. Time to make an appointment with my hair stylist :)

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    Beautiful night view.

    Wahaha. Momok!!!

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    Merryn Reply:

    Haha. Really what. When we were looking at the pictures, William got a shock at that girl behind him. LoL!

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    Singapore is a nice country to my opinion…would like to visit again.

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    Merryn Reply:

    I love it too. Been going there quite often lately. But kenot tahan the currency exchange :(

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    Photo 1 is a nice family photo! Night cruise is better as not so hot and got colour lights to look at so the nightview is nicer.

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    Merryn Reply:

    Thank you :D I was the photographer. I used the timer without a tripod. Placed it on a solid surface (actually it was a brick) and then took several takes. This one came out alright :)

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    Cool! Hey, I was reading this post and the previous one (Skewers) and noticed you are growing YOUNGER! How come? What’s the secret?

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    Merryn Reply:

    The secret? A good beauty app on my phone. LoLoL! >_<

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