Trying to be Smart
We bought our tickets from Klook to buy our discounted Lotte World tickets, we had to actually get the tickets from a South Entrance. Trying to be smart, we followed the Lotte World directional signboard instead of the directions given in the Klook‘s email.
Retraced our steps. Found the south gate, a few hand signals and QR codes later, we’re in!
Mel and I had to take turns to take care of Hailey as Hailey hasn’t hit the 140cm height minimum.
Thankfully we went on a non-peak day, so there’s barely any queue. The smart thing to do is to sit all the popular rides first.
Lotte World takes into consideration that people bring their belongings with them. Almost every ride has a bin where you can stash your bags. The only way to lose your belongings is to forget to take them as you leave each ride.
Lotte World has Magic Pass that gives you the ability skip queue. At first glance it seems unfair, but now I think they implemented it well. You are only limited to only 3 Magic Passes. Once booked, a time slot will be given to you where you can skip queue, usually 2 hours later. You can’t just pop up at a ride and skip the queue.
At the end of the day, we walked about 14,000 steps.
I love the Gyro Drop. It takes you up to a breathtaking view of Lotte World as it spins upwards. When it stops, it drops! I think my heart and stomach was left up there XD
Hailey’s very enamored by the parades and lights. She’s wanting so much to touch and hug one of the mascots she went past the boundary lines. Thankfully they are so kind and considerate to Hailey.
Lotte World closes quite late. Apparently there’s a ticket discount after 7pm. Thereafter I saw massive amounts of students!
Rides goes on but being dead tired, we wanna sit the “hot air balloon” before we ciao. First time I’m so happy I brought my fish eye lens.