Travel Blogs from Singapore
... is a crowded place in the day! A traditional Chinese temple situated at Waterloo Street, near the OG building which has easy access just by cutting across Bugis Street or even taking public transport such as a cab could bring you right at the road next to it , this temple is of significance to the local Chinese as it is believed to bring worshippers good luck after praying to the Kuan Yin, bodhisattva associated with compassion.
There isn't ...
guide, smiles were seen from their individual faces. Observing their
accent, they are Chinese nationalities and they spoke using
English language. They even put on hats and have camera with them to
take pictures of Malay heritage and the nice scenery. And also one
particular thing about Caucasians there, dressing wise is casual as the
weather is humid for them. To match ...
... SMRT): 67, 960
Are you looking for a nearby hotel to stay in Little India so that you can continue your mini tour? We have the right one for you! Kerbau Hotel is one example. Not only it is located in Little India, they provide free lunch and dinner for every stay. Too many dirty clothes? Fear not, they offers a 1kg laundry cleaning services for all!
... it is that we were upgraded to a suite on the 49th floor and it's amazing. The views over the city are truly breathtaking and we can watch the nightly light shows from our room. See the attached view of the fireworks that were part of the National Day celebration rehearsals. These rehearsals are occurring every Saturday until the 9th August when all their hard work will no doubt pay off. We met Dave, Izzy, Mima, Dad, Jackie, Joe, Aunty Flora, Terence ...
I can see that when you are travelling with friends it won't be quite so easy to do a daily diary! Arrived at 9:30pm after a fabulous flight (can't believe I am saying that) and we were met by Nick. We dropped our gear off at our accomm. then went to Nick's place for a catch up. It was so nice to see him again. Bed at 2:30 am!! Next day Bruce, Di, Andrew and I went to Sentosa. We can certainly cross that off the "bucket list"! It is an island that has been developed as a fun park ...