Orchard Scotts Residences by Far East Hospitality
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... come to gather and offer prayers.
During our visit to the mosque, we were greeted by an elderly Muslim man whom was a frequent patron of the mosque. He wore a black long sleeve 'Baju Kurung' top, a sarong tied around his waist which reaches until his ankle, and a songkok on his head. He asked us if we wish to enter the mosque and pointed to a pile of 'Jubah' for us to wear inside as a form of respect. The Muslims regard the mosque as a sacred place and ...
... our journey!
We took note of the famous places in Chinatown such as the Chinatown Heritage Centre, Sri Mariamman Temple, Buddhist Tooth Relic Temple and yummy food areas!
We planned to go down in route with Chinatown Heritage Centre being the first destination.
This is definitely the place if you wish to take a trip down memory lane of ol' Chinatown in Singapore. With $10/Adult or $3/Child, we get to witness how life was like in ...
... We were able to experience the wide variety of food at Chinatown Food Street or Maxwell Food Centre and Chinatown Complex which portrayed the popular Chinese dishes. In addition, we could also wear the traditional costumes which made us feel happy and like we were one of them.
Therefore it is a must to visit Singapore'attractions and to experience the fun activities that can be ...
... Anyway back to the zoo. It is a very well put together zoo and you could easily spend a very long, enjoyable day looking around without your attention being lost.
The zoo closed an hour and a half before the Night Safari which is next door. So in order to keep park hoppers, such as ourselves entertained there is a large array of shops and a high quality food court. After a quick nose around the shops we set ourselves the difficult task of choosing what to have ...
The humidity and tall buildings never fail to make an impact. Spent the morning at Bay Gardens. Impressive architecture and botanical displays. Even the kids enjoyed it. The skyway between the metal sculptural trees gave a great view of the city. Photos to be added when we can. But our three standout Singapore cultural moments are: 1. It was Lightning awareness week. Taken very seriously on the radio 2. Public service broadcast told ...