And of course, local award-winning (unicorn) blogger, Smith Leong too:
*Peace* a.k.a #plottwist
Thanks to Migme, I’ve had the opportunity of meeting Indonesian celebs like Tarra Budiman, and most recently, Indra Bekti, too! Admittedly, I’d never even heard of them (here in Singapore) before I got to meet them. But they are ‘household names’ in Indonesia. Even though he was dressed most casually with a snapback and all, Indra kept getting stopped by Indonesian fans in Universal Studios Singapore.
A picture with Indra Bekti:
What we are holding are cutout versions of the Migme mascot, Midori. I made these two, and added a red bow à la Hello Kitty on one of them. If you’d like to check out a social media platform that has proven to be a lot of fun for me: http://mig.me/u/thegracetan
A huge THANK YOU to Resorts World Sentosa and Universal Studios for the tickets and express passes. The new Puss in Boots ride will be a well-loved one…
… as Smith shows us with his pose:
(Lotsa thanks to Ronald for the following 3 pictures! They look awesome!)
I do still prefer the ‘Revenge Of The Mummy’ ride over the Transformers one. The former is still as scary (or perhaps even more so now) – I’d taken the ride around the time it first opened.
You can tell the Indonesians really like Midori 😀
If you’re heading to Universal Studios Singapore, well, express passes are the way to go. You can take the rides without having to queue for long. 🙂 We had lots of fun that day. Thanks, Migme and RWS/USS !!!~