Ali's Nest Singapore
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... us a lot longer to get to the zoo then we planned, but we still made it to the zoo with about 20 minutes to spare. We decided to catch the polar bear feeding while we waited and by chance ran into Sapna and her family there. We all spent the rest of the morning exploring the zoo. It is one of the best zoos that I have been to, including the San Diego zoo. I'm not going to pick a winner as they both ...
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There are 2 different gallery that you can find in this museum the first gallery is telling you about how was the living life in the kampong here are some picture.
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... this is really touching to know that it does what it can to help needy student and not neglecting them just because they are from another religion.
We proceeded to Arab Street where it is famous for its night life and beautiful souvenir shops. We stopped by a while to view some of the souvenir it has to offer for us to bring back to our home. We met this friendly elderly who was sitting by his little convenience shop at the side ...
... br> Little India is part of Singapore's heritage, it represents one of Singapore's races. It has since became one of the most popular tourist attractions in Singapore. You can ask any Singaporean and they will be able to give you directions to Little India. Also, it is included in Singapore's tourist maps that can be found at the Changi Airport and also guidebooks of Singapore.
We love talking with cab drivers. They are put of the fabric of most big cities, and generally have their fingers on the pulse of society.
Today we are on the way to the famous Singapore Zoo. The zoo is relatively remote, by Singapore standards, so we are in Mr Singh's little blue cab working our way through the traffic. We talk with Mr Singh and in the space of about half an hour learn about his life, his ...