I feel that Singapore really only has Sentosa to play, relax and feel like a child ~I'm glad to have booked two nights of accommodation. Festival Avenue is crowded in the daytime and quiet in the evening, but it still feels very busy. We live in michael, and it's very convenient to walk to Festival avenue. There are many luxury stores here, because wearing bathrobes is too embarrassing to see the price. And there's a casino...
The busy commercial area on the island has many places for eating and shopping. It's very suitable for people who are tired of playing here. Major choice is more, Chinese food McDonald's has. This is where we have meat and bone tea for lunch. It's very convenient for Alipay to pay.
Festival Avenue is the main area of Sentosa Island, with many restaurants, food retailers, fountains and entrances to Universal Studios. If you plan to spend a day there, put on your walking shoes. There are also many beautiful candy shops, which are absolutely a paradise for eating and shopping.
Singapore's St. Taosha Festival Avenue is the main road on the island, with restaurants and scenic spots on both sides. At the same time, Festival hotels and hard rock hotels are on both sides of the Avenue, including the Fountain of Dream Lake, and at night there is a special lively lighting fireworks show.
The large area outside Universal Studios is like a large open-air square, which integrates catering, entertainment and shopping. At night, there are lighting shows and other performances. It is very lively. It is an ideal place for tourists to relax after touring Universal Studios.
The Festival Avenue on Singapore's Sentosa Island is the most commercially developed place on the island. The Avenue is lined with various shops and five-star luxury hotels. I lived on the island for three days and passed through the fountain several times every day. At 7 p.m., there was a fireworks show. It was very shocking and wonderful. We must have a look at it.