Fragrance Hotel - Lavender
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In the midsts of all the visa stress, my family from Malaysia (my aunty, my cousin, his wife and their 2 daughters) descended on Singapore. It is not often at all that we are all in the same room together, and inevitably there's always someone absent, someone at work, someone out etc..
It has been a wonderful last few days seeing them all, and hanging out. On Friday night most of us had dinner and dessert together, then went to see wander around the light festival, ...
... hotels, businesses, even schools are several stories high. Yen Wei (my cousin) was telling us that the government is buying back land wherever they can and reclaiming it from the sea to make more space in this tiny island. The gardens themselves are built on reclaimed land and they contain a grove of 'supertrees' which are actually exhaust flues for a biomass boiler that forms part of an Eco power cycle that produces power from the gardens, recycling biodegradable waste from ...
On a hot sunny morning in Singapore, we were brought to explore places which held some of Singapore's history. Some Singapore heritage was introduced to us. Despite our age, we enjoyed ourselves and had fun, the places we were brought too were very meaningful and we enjoyed our visit. We visited a few of Singapore's famous heritage places.
Firstly we went to ...
... you the feeling of "YOU NEED TO SHOP HERE". The walls are designed in a unique way with graffiti art. I am glad that we went there during weekdays which there is not much crowd so that we could take our time in exploring the mini boutiques there. There are also many different specialty restaurants cafes to cater to the tourists and our locals 'needs , they can stay in ther and enjoy the atmosphere there that will make them feel ...
... of Singapore. Which explains iconic buildings such as the Sri Mariamman Temple and the Masjid Jamae Mosque. The Sri Mariamman Temple is Singapore's oldest Hindu temple, built in the Dravidian style (a south Indian architectural design) and is dedicated to the Goddess Mariamman who is believed to be a protector and curer of diseases. Because of its historical significance, the temple has been considered a National Monument and is a big tourist attraction. Not far from ...