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... relaxing, and that's what we did for a good hour until it closed at 7pm. While we were sat there kids kept passing with light up candy floss - found this completely fascinating !! The area is called sensarto resort and was pretty beautiful come nighttime !! It had man made beaches, restaurants / bars along the beachfront and lots of beautiful water foundations. We got a beer from the shop and had a stroll around. We also bought ...
... and special programs (e.g. Hari Raya Open House on 23 August) align for the visitors to participate and play.
It is another 'must see' if you were to visit Kampong Glam and it's a place for you to learn and gain knowledge on Singapore's Malay's heritage, culture and history. Additionally, there are exciting programs and activities for you to participate on specific dates and get to play hands-on Malay culture games! :)
... with just only 2 bucks for non-Singaporean and free for Singaporean! The sight-seeing was air-conditioned and it has 2 floor. There were stuff that was being used by the people from the past such as the certificate and the contract where the Singaporean's first president was being choose, the typewriter that was in Malay's letters, film player where the past was used to play video on the screen and also the vintage pick up disc was also being shown.
Thirdly, I went to ...
It may be called "Little" India, but little definitely isn't what you can do when you're there.
On your trip to Little India, be prepared to immerse yourself in an exciting, vibrant and authentic Indian experience at this little town.
When you drop off at Little India station, one of the first sites you can spot is actually The Tan Teng Niah House on Kerbau Road. This is known to be one of the last ...
... After shopping everyone would be tired and hungry, so we would have lunch at the Minang café which is located opposite the Malay Heritage centre. We are suggesting that café as we have tried the food there and the curry I must say, is remarkably good. Lunch will be from 12:00 to 1:00 pm.
After lunch, head over to the Gedung Kuning where the settings of the place will take you ...