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... from US's history, which was really interesting to know.
Any readers who are planning to visit Singapore should come and visit Chinatown! Both me and Kelly highly recommend this place! You should sightsee and take lots of pictures here because the background always gives the pictures this vintage feel which I really love. Also not to forget, head to Chinatown Food Street and try out the delicious ...
... with my fellow community friends whom are also going to Singapore with me. It was so tiring, my granddaughter did not even give me a hand!
Finally, the day I've been waiting for; flight day! After 4 hours of flight, we've finally reached our destination; Singapore!
Today was merely about getting to know the places of interest in Singapore. We took on a Duck and Hippo Taxi, with the company of a tour guide. The ...
... vegetarian restaurants available to choose from! Also, we would like to suggests that, it would be more better if there are more toilets in Little India. So that it will be more convenience for kids,as they are usually the one going to the toilet frequently. More western restaurants to cater to people who have allergies to spices, herbs or indian food. So by doing this, it can also attracts more tourists to Singapore.
The choice for entertainment on board is a dream come true for someone who enjoys such a wide range of music as I do. From stage performances by the ship’s company of 17 (4 singers and 13 dancers), to a string quartet, to an Edith Piaf tribute (by ship’s band, Orphea), the ship show band (with Aussie band leader), to joining in karaoke and the pop choir! Too much to do, and so little time!
Trivia challenges were held twice a day, on ...
... product. Other colonial powers, including the British, were limited to a relatively minor presence.