Leonie View Residences by Far East Hospitality
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... no luck though. All the shopping and site seeing had tired us out and it was time to head back to the hotel and have a relax before getting ready for night no.2. On the way back from Clarke Quay MRT stop we were lucky to catch the celebrations of the 50 years of independence for Singapore. Here we saw fighter jets in the same of the number 50 flying over our heads, then a series of different planes, jets and helicopters. It was amazing to see and the sound thundered through our bodies ...
... long, so it wasn't like it was a huge waste of our lives.
We wanted to go on the Jurassic Park water ride, potentially go to a water show and do the red rollercoaster before we left, so went to Jurassic Park first, as it was the closest and en route to the others.
It was an 80 minute queue, but the other queues we'd been in had been shorter wait times than what was specified, so figured an hour probably. The queue moved relatively quickly and there was ...
... country and small. In my opinion it should be part of Malaysia but are keeping the wealth of the city to themselves are are greedy. It is very modern, gum is illegal and not sold, smoking is only in designated places, and the cleanest city I have ever seen in my life. Seeing the cleanliness you don't ever feel like putting any garbage or wrapper, cigareet butt or anything on the ground. It was once owned by the Dutch, During WWII owned by the Japanese and now independant.
... time with our faces pressed against the glass admiring everything as it went by. Or, we tried to. It was 7:30pm by the time we got on the train, and was rapidly getting dark. We’d heard from the pilot on landing that it was 32C, and we could feel it. The heat and humidity slapped you in the face when you stepped out of the air conditioned train. It was a 5 minute walk to our hostel from the station. We made a quick outing for dinner at a ...
Day one by Talia
Day 1 and the weather is already crazy hot and muggy.When we arrived Singapore was in the middle of a tropical storm with lightning and the taxi driver told us that it rains almost every day in Singapore which is because it's so humid that the air is moist and it builds up then rains.
This morning the whole family went for a walk at 6:50 and got breakfast at ...