The new skywalk attraction opened since Merdeka Day, which is just less than a month ago. Even though we arrived early at 8 in the morning, we waited for 1 1/2 hours as the queue was long – if you want to avoid the crowd, pick weekdays.
Oh, and the whole “social distancing” BS procedure dampened the experience (shouldn’t it be called physical distancing?)
However I still think there will be a permanent limit to the number of people climbing the skywalk at any given time because of the limited space and structure integrity.
The skywalk experience was about 20 minutes. The 50m height attraction was full (and limited spots too), but the 15m height route was quite enough. In fact, it elevates up to around 30+ meters in height, and with the 50m height just being climbing upwards with nowhere else to walk on, the base 15m height route was quite enough. You’ll know if you go.
Feels good for sure. I don’t remember scoring so well in exams back in school. Haha!
Once in a while, there will be that kopitiam aunty or uncle that would ask if I am “certified” even though I had already spent 6 figures in paid advertising to date. Well, for just USD49 I can shut them up and leave behind no doubts. 🙂
Of course, it’s easy to say this now because it took years of experience, and plenty of trial and error (not to mention a lot of ad accounts disabled!) to be able to breeze through this exam and get the digital badge.
Again, the exam merely tests theory and knowledge and should never be used as a sole indication for competency. It cannot substitute experience in the school of hard knocks.
I might consider the advanced certification exam in the future, but for now it’s back to the business building game. Covid-19 and MCO sure left a lot of monkey wrenches in my plans and it’s high time to regain the initiative from all the past losses and uncertainties.