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... and have our break at one of the cafes there. It is a place suitable for tourists like us since it was affordable and interesting. We were able to understand how the Muslims in Singapore perform their prayers by visiting Masjid Sultan.
6) Malay Heritage Centre
The Malay Heritage Centre was located just beside the Masjid Sultan. There were some exhibitions going on and the one which appealed to us the most was the Baweanese ...
... to take note of. No revealing clothes such as shorts, miniskirts are allowed. But if you arrive there without knowing about the attire, you can borrow a cloak. There is shops that sells souvenirs near the mosques, so you will be able to buy back some of them as memories of Singapore.
After visiting the mosque, We crossed the road and arrive at the Malay heritage centre. As we weren't Singaporeans, we had to pay an entrance fee of $4.00 ...
Asia was never going to be a problem for us – it's somewhere we’ve spent a lot of time in the past and a place we’re very happy travelling around: indeed, of all the countries we visited on this occasion we’ve been to more than half of them before. And, as always, it never disappoints us. Well, maybe in part, but then the good bits far outweigh the bad ones. Here’s a summary of the three months we spent in South East ...
... in mouth. Whilst Al and Beansy did some relaxed fun dives with a Geordie come Jesus with an Irish accent, Aaron and James enjoyed an open water course with a professional psychopath. 'Matt' the ex-military interrogator, bouncer, bodybuilder, bodyguard and policeman now dive master provided endless tales of violence even being questioned on whether he tortured during his tours, to which he replied 'we didn't torture them, just didn't feed them for 3 days ...
... us to rediscover our appetites. Prices weren't particularly cheap we paid SG$69 (£32.50) for our meal, however considering our location it was a fair price.
After a very satisfying lunch we decided to have a nice stroll along the beach. As it is man made it is not the largest and the waves aren't particularly big but it was very relaxing. We were tempted to spend the rest of the afternoon in Sentosa. However time wasn't on our side so we headed back to the MRT via ...
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