Rucksack Inn (Lavender)
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... like the Mass Rapid Transport (MRT train), taxi and many buses. It did not take us long to find the place! When we first stepped in to Chinatown, I noticed the red traditional lanterns hanging across the streets. It reminded me of the old streets in Hong Kong or Taiwan, which creates a very strong olden Chinese days atmosphere. It was also very crowded and noisy.
Most of the people who were in Chinatown ...
... South Indian Hindu Temple on Waterloo Street which was established in 1870 which filled with vibrants colours and beautiful deities that is a fascinating glimpse at an Asian religion and Sultan Mosque which was first built in 1824 which iss the first sultan of Singapore with a prayer hall can hold up to 5,000 worshippers which is very beneficial to the tourists where they can go in as a number of big groups. The exterior of the ...
... He is a volunteer there to help out the temple. He kindly, patiently explained to us about our doubts and interests about Indian Temple! So if you are interested in any Indian temple, can look up for volunteers at Indian Temple. I'm sure they would be willing to explain to you. (:
There are also some tourists that we met at Little Indian. From Taiwan , Australia etc!
... buffoons than psychopaths -- not to diminish the atrocities. You have to see it to believe it, and even then you won't. At least half a dozen scenes are more bizarre than anything I have mentioned -- by turns chilling and comic, often both simultaneously.
This film has been a festival sensation, and appeared on more than one best-of-2013 list. It played for at least a month in Toronto, but it seems to me that documentaries about Argentina and Romania ...
... hotel pool. The boys were then given a Sentosa Pass to experience and explore some of the attractions on the island.
The evening activities involved a trip on the Singapore MRT (Underground) to the Korean BBQ in Chinatown. The BBQ involved boys picking their food from a wide range of dishes and cooking it on a hot plate in the middle of their tables. It was an all you can eat dinner, so a lot of food was eaten!