The Hotel Alternatives, Orchard Road
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... I firstly stayed local wondering around Chinatown where I found myself back at the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. I've been to this temple before the last time I was in Singapore but during Mid-Autumn Festival it is a special place to visit and this time was no exception. The Temple was decorated for the Festival with lots of flowers, lanterns and other glitzy decorations which looked amazing. Many people were at the Temple being offerings but many were waiting for the ...
... calligraphy which my wife and I were eager to have a go at it. In the shop, they are selling various artefacts like combs with Chinese proverbs carved on it, as well as silk were being sold. For me personally, it was an eye-opener as I had never thought that Chinese handicrafts were that amazing and interesting! It is a place where I would definitely visit if I am ever in Chinatown again!
After the interesting visit to the handicraft shop, ...
... absorbing about the unique culture of the Malay community and walking around, we went around within the vicinity and a shop caught our eye, the shop sells different varieties of silk sequin which interests my pretty wife as the colours and the materials lured her attention. After a spending an hour in the shop, we went looking for food as we were hungry. (Prakash)
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... our foray down Orchard Road we have managed a couple of hours sleep and freshened up. To keep this story "balanced" I should probably mention we (I) managed a little bit of "gadget" shopping!! According to my calculations this will put us into Dubai about 24 hours late, no great issue as we still have the balance of the day and night there before picking up our connecting flight to Stockholm on Wednesday morning. Oh what an interesting first 24 hours of our ...
... worshippers, and is one of the biggest and most amazing religious structures in Singapore. Don’t forget also to check out the mosque’s dome base, formed out of many glass bottles donated by devotees during the mosque’s reconstruction, and is a great sight to behold.
The Sultan Mosque was gazetted as a national monument on 8 March 1975.
Recommendation for visiting the mosque, please be proper attire, no revelling attire and try ...