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There's not a lot to say about Singapore. Unfortunately I haven't been blown away by it at all. I arrived Monday evening and it was about 1am for me being used to NZ times so I got settled and pretty much went straight to bed. The hostel was so different to those id stayed in previously but I'm guessing that's just how it is as I arrive in Asia. It is in what looks like an office block, on ...
... clean and full of expats and international businesses. It has a really vibrant feel to it and we felt at home straight away.
The first day we planned to take the hop on hop off bus but the bus didn't seem to arrive and after 30 minutes waiting for it in 30 degree heat, we decided it probably wasn't the best option so we walked and took a few taxi's to get around the city which worked out quicker and ...
... land-esq' features behind it and about 100 tankers off the coast line in front of it... One of the strangest places I've ever been!!!! It was lovely catching up with all the music teachers I don't normally work with though, and I made friends with the head of music in the seniors who said after Christmas I can help with the senior chamber choir (she doesn't like taking it...!!!! Woohoo ... I think that might be my 'way-back-in' to teaching senior stuff!!!! An old ...
... wink or smile hostel in the Chinese and Muslim quarters respectively- for a slightly more luxurious hostel experience - little India is the cheapest part of town. If you want to try somewhere trendy and upmarket while there, and for some free wifi, go to the Butter Studio - Chinatown is great for for antiques and cheap food - Haji street in the Muslim quarter for Asian kitsch and vintage shops - Singapore zoo has free roaming orang-utans and you can have a ...
... with me are very much surprised by how easily accessible Chinatown is. There are so many different modes of transport like, a taxi, the train also known as Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) or buses that brings you here. Arriving at the hotel, the furnish and interior design caught my eye. After a night of rest, we started our tour the next morning at 9am.
We had a filling breakfast at a local Dim Sum restaurant, Yum Cha Chinatown, which was a few streets away from our hotel, ...