Fraser Place Robertson Walk, Singapore
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Great for families
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I said goodbye to Pringle my rat, then we drove to the airport. We flew to Auckland, then onto Singapore. Singapore airport was really, really big. Driving to the hotel in the taxi we saw the Singapore Flyer. Our hotel is good.
When I got up mummy told me that Jacob had been sick in the night. We walked along the river and saw some cool buildings. When we were walking I felt like I was going to melt! Eventually we got to the Gardens by the Bay. The flower dome was amazing. I took so many photos I thought I would fill up my iPad! Next we went to the cloud forest dome. We …
The Singapore Zoo
Not only a beautiful garden and forest, but also the most amazing animals and settings.
From a giant swimming polar bear to orang outans above our heads, baby pygmee hippo in a transparent pool, comodo dragons and a white tiger! Even a few GIANT kissing turtles, crocodiles and strange red sea ...
We woke at 3am again last night. This time we didn't hang out, we tried to get back to sleep! But it didn't quite happen until about 6/7am again. We'd set an alarm for 8.30 but fell back asleep until 9.30! We figured we've got a really late flight tonight so it was ok! When we dragged ourselves up, we headed to Merlion Park. We arrived to find a nice little photo spot! Just as we were about to move on we were approached ...
... featuring largely nocturnal creatures. It was... Mixed. We boarded the little land train that carried us around the zoo enclosures and were trundled past wolves and lions and bears and elephants and about a thousand species of deer. The real up side was that these animals are far more active in the dark than they ever would have been by day. The downside was that they were in the dark. The tasteful 'mood lighting' was carefully designed not to disturb the delicate eyes of ...