moa pyromusical show 2013: china vs australia

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Yesterday's traffic was nothing short of hellish. We spent a total of 3 hours in the car just trying to get from our place to a parking spot in MOA. Can you believe that? Grabe. It came to a point when we were literally at our wits end and I was so tempted to just leave the car and walk.

Still stuck in traffic, we missed the first part of the show as we heartbreakingly watched it from our car while stuck somewhere in the traffic of the MOA compound. From this vantage point, we couldn't hear the music that accompanied the light display, we couldn't even get a full view of it but it was still awesome.


And just when we were about to give up and turn back, we were finally able to get to the parking lot, find a space, run to the gates and catch the beginnings of Australia's show.

3 hours of traffic for such a short distance is unforgiveable but the pyroshow really made it worth our while. It was nothing short of spectacular, breathtaking and all other synonyms of wonderful.

For the first time ever, Nikola was speechless. Spellbound by the music and drama of something I am sure she will remember and forever treasure. It was truly a mind-blowing experience for all of us.




I am still puzzled as to how they managed to set something as volatile as a fire cracker into different shapes and animations at hundreds of feet above the control barge.

There were hearts, stars and interacting balls of fire that sometimes looked like neon lights and other times like a giant sprinkling of glitter across the sky.






The Mall Of Asia Pyromusical show is really something everyone should watch at least once in your lifetime. Take your kids, they will love you for it even more. Take your partners, it also makes for a super romantic date.  It.is.truly.truly.amazing.

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Sunday, March 17, 2013

moa pyromusical show 2013: china vs australia

Yesterday's traffic was nothing short of hellish. We spent a total of 3 hours in the car just trying to get from our place to a parking spot in MOA. Can you believe that? Grabe. It came to a point when we were literally at our wits end and I was so tempted to just leave the car and walk.

Still stuck in traffic, we missed the first part of the show as we heartbreakingly watched it from our car while stuck somewhere in the traffic of the MOA compound. From this vantage point, we couldn't hear the music that accompanied the light display, we couldn't even get a full view of it but it was still awesome.


And just when we were about to give up and turn back, we were finally able to get to the parking lot, find a space, run to the gates and catch the beginnings of Australia's show.

3 hours of traffic for such a short distance is unforgiveable but the pyroshow really made it worth our while. It was nothing short of spectacular, breathtaking and all other synonyms of wonderful.

For the first time ever, Nikola was speechless. Spellbound by the music and drama of something I am sure she will remember and forever treasure. It was truly a mind-blowing experience for all of us.




I am still puzzled as to how they managed to set something as volatile as a fire cracker into different shapes and animations at hundreds of feet above the control barge.

There were hearts, stars and interacting balls of fire that sometimes looked like neon lights and other times like a giant sprinkling of glitter across the sky.






The Mall Of Asia Pyromusical show is really something everyone should watch at least once in your lifetime. Take your kids, they will love you for it even more. Take your partners, it also makes for a super romantic date.  It.is.truly.truly.amazing.

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