Tuesday, 5 January 2016

Manila Trip 2015: Star City: Ferries Wheel, Peter Pan, Toy Chest & Snow World

Giant Star Wheel


The Philippines’ Tallest Ferris Wheel which can see the view of Roxas Boulevard and the Manila Bay. It stands 60 meters high with 32 gondolas that can accommodate 6 passengers each.



When we queue up, it did not have lots of people but when we wait for our turn, it has lots of children queue up. The view from Ferris Wheel is beautiful. I think this is very suitable for couple :D




Peter Pan


Peter Pan is about a mischievous boy who can fly and never grows up. He spends his never-ending childhood having adventures on the small island of Neverland – Wikipedia



It reminds me of my childhood story. We had gone into “Peter Pan” to take a look.



Inside is very dark so when take picture need to use “flash”.



When Peter Pan fights with Pirates, the Peter Pan can move up and down to show that he is fighting.




Toy Chest


Before entering to “Toy Chest”, I was attracting by its big toy and keep photo with them.


All of the toys are so cute. Same as “Peter Pan” that inside was very dark.



I just took some pictures without using flash because my camera battery became low so you better go by yourself instead of see the pictures.



Snow World


In Snow World, cannot take picture and need to wear shoes to go in. For those who wear sandals, high heels or slippers can rent a shoe at counter. Each shoe for rent cost 20 peso. Besides that, if you want, you also can rent hand glove and stocking.


For those who with asthma, pneumonia, colds, fever and flu is advised not go in Snow World due to the cold temperature.


Inside Snow World have many beautiful ice sculptures. Besides that, I had tried for ice slide which is so fun.


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