So as night fell in Singapore we headed to Sentosa to meet a couple of our friends for Korean BBQ, Sentosa is a little island resort in south Singapore where you’ll find Singapore’s Universal Studios, Resort World Sentosa and a whole host of other touristy activities to get stuck in to.
After the strange version of Korean BBQ at Korean Charcoal BBQ Dinner Buffet, we headed to The Prince of Wales Pub for beers this followed by a walk around Clarke Quay to see its bizarre decor before moving on back to Marina Bay Sands for mojitos at Ku De Ta rooftop bar that sits alongside the Skypark. The skyline is totally transformed in the night for a mesmerising view of Marina Bay lit up by a thousand city lights.
Finally we went for champagne at Pangea, a club inside MBS popular with tourists and famous for its serve of the most expensive cocktail in the world (The Jewel of Pangea) which we didn’t try as we couldn’t quite afford the S$32,000 price-tag (imagine seeing that on a receipt a hazy and hungover morning after – ouch!). That evening Pangea was playing a peculiar mix of trance and jazz, this odd music coupled with the champagne, low lighting and smoke made me incredibly sleepy and so we left quite early at around 1am in search of frog leg congee (it’s supposed to be really good!…I wish I remember to report to be honest), passing through the red light district in Geylang (literally just passing!), before going back to out hotel to pass out.