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... to the pool, making sure we stayed in the adults only area, didn't want screaming kids around. The water was freezing but we headed to the edge and looked over. The views were amazing. We spent a lot of time here just relaxing in the sun, taking dips in the pool and often drinking cocktails. We all fell in love with the Singapore Sling cocktail. We adventured into the shopping mall which, just like the malls in KL, was huge! Big enough to get lost again. Just outside the mall, ...
It's been a while since I wrote an entry and I apologise for that; I had hoped that I'd be able to put all my China news in 1 entry rather than dribs and drabs, but my desire to tell you all my news just can't wait for other people to sort out their admin!
So the good news is that a family was matched with me, and a mere 2 days later I had my Skype interview with them! It all went really well, a couple with a 9 yr old daughter, and ...
Our heritage visitor is 70years old from Hong Kong. Majority of them could only speak in Cantonese. In total there are 10 visitors that will be visiting Kampong Glam that will be lead by a tour guide which is fluent in Cantonese, English/Malay. As Kampong Glam is about malay culture and requires a translator and a guide to explain to them so that they could learn about this culture.
We planned an itinerary ...
... different kind of products you can bring home! And if you have any problems or questions about Chinatown, you can ask their friendly staff!
Magnets for your refrigerator!
Can you guess where we are?
Yay and yes!!! We arrived at our last destination of our mini trip, ...
There were also historical attractions that I visited. It was easy to navigate around Chinatown as they have locations that have free wifi and a map of the different attractions that I can visit. The first attraction that I visited was the Masjid Jamae Mosque along Pagoda Street. It is an Indian-Muslim Mosque and it is one of the oldest mosque in Singapore, established in 1826. The next attraction you can visit is the Sri Mariamman Temple which is just ...