Transformers, more than meets the eyes

[ Advertorial and Giveaway ]

During my school going years, the first thing I do after going home is to catch Transformers cartoon in the afternoon.

“The Transformers, more than meets the eyes!
Transformers, robots in disguise!”

Hasbro is celebrating Transformers’ 30th Anniversary in 2014!
Wow, was it so long ago that I enjoyed my Transformers treat?

My kids today are still enjoying the same Transformers cartoons, but with Hollywood’s help, watching Transformers in the Cinema is totally AWESOME compared to our miniscule TV boxes! The movies help to raise Transformers “cool” profile to a new generation.

(compiled from wiki)
- Transformers (2007)
- Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)
- Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011)
- Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

After watching the movies, you must catch Transformers 3D at Universal Studios Singapore! Click our previous experience to find out why we rate the ride 4.5/5!

(image credit USS)

Then and now. Dinobots, Optimus Prime.

Popular Transformer<br />

From fathers to sons (and sometimes daughter), Transformers have attracted our attention over the years. Megatron and Optimus Prime may have makeover paint and armour, but the same Good versus Bad battles continue, on Planet Earth, Cybertron or somewhere else in the galaxy.

Some things never change.
- Decepticons are nasty, and their weapons always seem more advanced
- Optimus Prime never gives up, and offers unwavering leadership
- Bumblebee has always been popular

From my own childhood days, I can still remember my favourite Transformers, Dinobots and Constructicons battling each other. The robotic Dinosaurs are just too cool, watch them unleash their powers in Hong Kong (Age of extinction).

Boys love sand, so when the bulldozers, cranes and construct vehicles merge together to form Devastator. Wow!

As part of Hasbro’s celebration of Transformers’ 30th Anniversary, we received a Transformers hamper. I am not sure whether I was more elated than the kids.

Boon Xin does not know how to differentiate between Autobots or Decepticons yet, so she don Optimus’s mask and pretends to be Bumblebee!

Boon Wee dedicated 30 minutes to construct Kreo Grimlock. Not easy as the parts were very small and detailed.

I could not remember how many Bumblebee and Optimus Prime cakes we have consumed from the boys’ birthdays :)

As part of Hasbro’s celebration, we got an opportunity to do a short recording about Father and sons’ common interest in Transformers too :)

Video : Transformers talk. (Two other Dads share their stories too, Kelvin and Winston)

During the recording, Daddy told the kids about Unicron. It is a planet-size Transformer which eats other planets for breakfast. Maybe there will be a Transfomers sequel featuring more of the Universe’s meanest Transformer.

~~~ Giveaway Alert ~~~
Calling all Transformers Fans! Dads, Mums, kids, anyone!
Thanks to Hasbro, we have three Transformers hampers (worth $100 each) to giveaway.

First, you must agree to Hasbro’s Terms and Conditions :
a. Contest is open to all Singaporean Citizens and PR residents except employees of Hasbro Singapore.
b. Prizes are non-exchangeable and non-transferrable.
c. By participating, entrants agree to be bound by all terms and conditions, which are final and binding in all aspects and waive any right to claim ambiguity.
d. Hasbro Singapore reserves the right to alter any terms and conditions with prior notice.

Are you ready to participate?
1. Contest is on our Fanpage
2. Contestants must first LIKE Hasbro and SengkangBabies Fanpage
3. Leave your name and email on our Fanpage (or you can message email address to us)

4. On your Facebook or Instagram (not both), upload a photo or video of how much you love Transformers! Remember to add these three hashtags:
- #Thrilling30SG, #HasbroSingapore and #SengkangBabiesTF
- your Facebook and Instagram must be posted from a PUBLIC account to qualify
- For those who upload from Instagram, we still need you to perform step 3, so that we can contact you

5. Contest ends 30Nov 10pm, may the best three submissions win a Transformers hamper!

* A few bloggers are running Transformers contest, Hasbro will verify that there are no duplicate winners.
** if the winner does not respond within 48hours, we reserve the tight to select another winner

Disney Magic at Changi Airport

[ Media Invite ]

Christmas mood lingers in Changi Airport and Disney’s Magic is set to thrill families.
Have you spotted the giant Snow Globe at T3 (it is actually an arch).

Germany’s Neuschwanstein Castle is a sight to behold. During regular intervals, the castle will light up and even “Snow”!

Schedules and exhibits can be found at Changi Airport’s Christmas 2014 link.

Changi Airport is always packed with visitors during weekends, and it seems like a queue has form at every F&B outlet, food court too. At the Mickey Mouse installations, photo-bombs are unavoidable :p

But the sight of “Snow” makes everything worth it!
Disney Magic at Changi Airport will thrill both kids and adults.

That’s not all, Mickey Mouse got something up its tail. Pop by a giant bouncing castle at T3 Row 11. The bouncing castle has become a tradition at T3 every Christmas :)

Besides the slides and bounce, kids can even Velcro themselves onto the wall! Not really Spiderman, but seeing the kids stuck on the wall will definitely amuse the parents.
Christmas Playground Changi

Video : Merry Christmas, folks!

Mickey and Minnie are everywhere in T3.

And T2 public area. Visitors are reminded that Disney will be celebrating Christmas with them :)

T1 Transit, Mickey invited us to his hut and sleigh.

Mickey greeted us at New York Broadway too.

More selfie

Spend $60 in Changi Airport and you can redeem a Mickey or Minnie plush toy for $3 only! Do take note there is a new pair every week, and the redemption queue can be long.

Boon Xin Sleeping with her best pals.

More details about Disney Magic at Changi Airport

T3 German Neuschwanstein Castle :
- Light show duration: Approx 8 min
- Weekdays: 5pm, 6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm
- Weekend PH & PH eves: 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm

Departure Hall Row 11
- You can expect story telling, magic show.

The highlight must be Meet and Greet with Mickey and Minnie.
- Date: 19, 20 and 21 Dec 2014
- Timings: 1.00pm, 2.30pm, 4.00pm, 5.30pm and 7.00pm

** Pop by this link for the event schedules.

(image credit Changi Airport)

Do follow Changi Airport’s social media (FansOfChangi) for the latest update and promotions, Fanpage, Instagram, and Website

Thank you Changi Airport for the Fun and interesting invite!
Pop by Changi Airport’s Christmas Bikini Bottom overhaul in 2013!

More photos can be found on our Fanpage album.

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