Friday, December 16, 2005

Home: "Winter" Wonderland @ Tanglin Mall

So, finally I did went down to Tanglin Mall for the annual fake snow festival.

*** OYSTERS leh!!?? ***
Oops! This fake snow is more fun! Besides, I'm searching for more information on Australia Oysters so that I can put up a better article =). Hence, sorry to say that the Oysters thingy it will have wait next year ...

Back to annual snowy affair, this have been a regular feature at Tanglin Mall that's very popular with kids as well as photographers for photographic opportunities, of course. If I remembered correctly, snow maker machine was initially brought in for making snow, however due to cost as well as issues of controlling the melting snow, they have use non-toxic soapy foam as subsitute.

While the soapy foam certainly doesn't feels or even look like snow (closeup), the fun factor is certainly still there. Just look at all the smiling faces :)

Getting pretty chaotic!

Look! ma! So many "snow"

Throwing "snow" ball

Hit & Run!!!

The Channel-U (TV media) came down to report as well. Do not know who is this pretty lady, obviously I have been not using the TV for far too long.

Aftermath, you see the maintenance people on the right spraying liquid that dissolves the soapy foam quickly

Still reluctant to part with her "snow" hehehe ...

For those who are interested, "Winter" wonderland will ends on 2nd Jan 2006.
Fun times starts at 7pm & 8pm (30mins each start with "Avalanche" & then "snow" simulation). Washup area is provided nearby, do bring a towel to clean yourself up.

Have Fun!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Such gorgeous christmassy shots! The snow looks great even knowing it is fake... I hope you are having a wonderful time, Slurp - happy holidays! keiko x

12:34 AM  
Blogger slurp! said...

keiko, thanks!
yes, enjoyed those idling days in NZ.
unfortunately i'm finally back to reality now :(

7:10 PM  
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