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... edge. Of course there was no way we could leave without a Singapore Sling from the bar where they were born - Long Bar inside The Raffles Hotel. Long Bar might be mistaken as a washed up beach hut at first glance, old wicker butterfly fans flutter from the ceiling and you wade through monkey nut shells which litter the floor ankle-deep. Long Bar holds onto history and has changed very little since Ngiam Tong Boon introduced the Singapore Sling there in 1915. The famous mix ...
... and nibbles (none yard arm drinks). During this time Wendy did a little bit of school work, then rested and relaxed. We went to the lounge for afternoon tea, read a bit, relaxed some more, watched a movie, had dinner (noodles) went to bed. Altogether a quiet, relaxing day. If the emails that Wendy is receiving ...
... coloured hindu statues. There was not much information that gathered from the visit due to our language barrier but as witnessed, we believe that Hindus are very devoted to their gods.
A sudden downpour caught us by surprise as we proceed to the next site, Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple. This temple is known to be one of the significant religious buildings located in Waterloo Street. This site is popular among ...
... Since then many malay prayers would gather that for a religious malay occasions there such as Hari Raya.
A visit to Singapore’s Kampong Glam district isn’t complete without a stop at Sultan Mosque. With its massive golden domes and huge prayer hall, the Sultan Mosque is one of Singapore’s most impressive religious buildings, and the focal point of Muslims in Singapore.
... historical and cultural significance in Singapore. Big sections of Chinatown has been declared national heritage sites and are appointed for conservation by the authorities. Although surrounded by other modern developments, Chinatown today still contains pockets of genuinely old shophouses and traditional activities like clog-making and calligraphy continue to be practised.
Lets start of with the interesting activities that i have done at Chinatown! Firstly ...