On our last night at Huis Ten Bosch we stayed back to watch the evening parade and soak up the atmosphere.
We wandered around Huis Ten Bosch in the afternoon to catch any final sights or attractions that we missed on the first day.
Super Trick Art is yet another of those 3D art places that you pose in front of. The lighting is a bit dark in places.
The Game Museum at Huis Ten Bosch contains a display of various gaming consoles past to present as well as various arcade machines.
The Porcelain Museum at Huis Ten Bosch is full of rooms of porcelain displays, a second hall with upholsteries and a third hall with pottery.
"Harbor Town" in Huis Ten Bosch has theme park attractions, the Huis Ten Bosch castle, and a replica of a Dutch ship called De Liefde.
The Flower Road at Huis Ten Bosch features windmills, tulips, the Delftsebrug bridge, and a cheese shop called Cheese Waag.
The Night Lights in Huis Ten Bosch are very colourful with a lot of the buildings lit up, with "light" flowing from the Domtoren.
Thriller and Attraction Cities in Huis Ten Bosch contain a variety of theme park attractions surrounded by a fountain.
The Amsterdam Square in Huis Ten Bosch evokes the famous Dam Square with a European village adjacent to it.
The Stadhuis replica in "Amsterdam Square" in Huis Ten Bosch has a magnificent crystal and glass museum called "Gyaman Gallery".
The replica of Domtoren (the famous church tower in Utrecht) at Huis Ten Bosch has an observation deck with great 360 degree views.
We boarded a cruiser at Canaltown that took us on a canal cruise all the way to Tower City where a replica of the Domtoren is.
We visited a recreation of Kasteel Nijenrode containing the Teddy Bear Kingdom, an extensive collection of teddy bears from around the world.
We arrived at the tiny but very, very cute JR Huis Ten Bosch station, walked across a bridge to the Huis Ten Bosch theme park.
Today we are focused on visiting Universal Studios Singapore, located on Sentosa Island in an area called Resorts Worlds.
In 2012, the 1st LEGOLAND in Asia opened, LEGOLAND Malaysia, taking visitors across Asia on a “brick-tastic” journey of LEGO adventures.
Today we visited Universal Studios Japan (or USJ as its more popularly known as). We are excited to see the new Harry Potter attractions!
Palette Town is a shopping mall and entertainment complex containing a giant red ferris wheel plus Toyota's showcase centre (Mega Web).
Well, sad though it may be - eventually we decided we have seen everything and therefore it was time to leave Sanrio Puroland (sob!).
The last show we caught was "Fairytale Under The Sea" - this one had lots and lots of dancing, and has an underwater theme.
Sanrio Puroland's parade (Believe) is a homage to all those fans young and old who have "believed" in Hello Kitty for most of their lives.
The next show we watched was a version of the Nutcracker ballet, but starring Hello Kitty and her family. This ends with a cabaret show!
The first show we attended at Sanrio Puroland is a fairytale called "Someday II" (obviously a sequel to Someday I).
Sanrio Puroland hosts musicals, restaurants, attractions, and theme rides based on Hello Kitty, My Melody, Cinnamoroll, and more.