Ali's Nest Singapore
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... visit. Admission fee would be free for all locals and Permanent Residents. However, tourists and foreign citizens are to pay $4 for adult, 20% discount for adult (for group of 20 and above), $12 for family (for maximum of 5 members), $2 for senior (60 years old and above) and $2 for student (free for children under 6 years old).
There are also regular programs (e.g. Traditional Malay Games on every Tuesday and selected holidays and ...
... the traditional Malay costume and selling their products, souvenirs such as key chains with Singapore printed on it and traditional Malay toys like wooden wrestles.
We also took some photographs to keep as memories. Here there are.
... By visiting these places, I get an idea how to deal with my client from the different religion. Also, I am now aware of what to do and say if I am dealing with my clients from the respective religion. Indeed it was a great experience and choice to visit the landmarks.
Xi Chuan Restaurant is a restaurant that sell Sichuan dishes. It is located just outside the Chinatown MRT station Exit A. We try some dishes like Kung Pao chicken, ...
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Following our Raffles tour we made our way on to dinner. Tom, to his credit, is one very consistent creature. He is guaranteed to lose at least one iPhone on every trip we do. This trip was no exception. If anyone finds an iPhone 4 in a taxi in Singapore...... it's Toms!
... the different options. The ferries in Indonesia don't seem to be very reliable, a little problematic for a country of over 13000 islands... Sumatra looks a little remote in some parts and transportation would be complicated (though doable) and at a higher cost of flying, considering the time taken to do the same trip (ferry to Batam, Batam to mainland, then bus to Pekanbaru, then bus to Medan: at least two days) we would spend on accommodation+food+transportation and instead ...