Fraser Residence Orchard, Singapore
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... were spotted wearing hats.
The tourists from California wore minimal clothing, especially for the ladies. Most wore tanktop with shorts. The men and boys wore similar to the China-chinese tourists.
Overall, we could say the attire of the different local races are mostly influence by their religion. However, the tourists are dressed accordingly to the weather with a hint of their own home country's style.
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... Keong Saik Street but decided to avoid that area since there was only 3 of us girls. Better to be safe than sorry! If you wish to visit that area, here's a map for you to follow and there's an image on how the street looks like.
*Images of Keong Saik Street map and the building*
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In Chinatown, there are many tourists from different countries like China,Indonesia, Korea, France, Russia and many more. There were locals who were visiting the heritage site with friends and families too. We also saw children from kindergarten having their field trip and students from polytechnic doing their project. The locals were really kind and helpful despite some that were unwilling to help. They had a foreign accent so I guessed they were foreign workers. ...
We left our Little India hotel at 11 and headed for the immigration checkpoint between Singapore and Johor Baru. We got through immigration fine- the fun all started on the other side! We spent ages walking up and down trying to find a taxi to get us to our hotel to no avail- we were told that we had to get on the bus. So we got on a random bus headed to we-had-no-idea-where and ended up in a random shopping centre that thankfully ...
... leopard and some very chatty otters! A unique quality of the Night Safari is the nocturnal animals which are not usually zoo occupants. By the time we had made it to the end of the four walking trails the treks were getting busier. We were glad we made the choice to walk first before the tram as there was now no queue so we walked straight on. The tram lasts around 30-40 minutes and includes a circuit of the majority of the trail plus animals which you can't see on ...