Rucksack Inn (Lavender)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that really hits the spot! The waiters don oversized baseball shirts and baseball caps, drinks arrive in steins, napkin dispensers take their place in the centre of each table and Presley tunes blast from the jukebox. My reunion with Heinz Tomato Ketchup was epic. MUST SEE: The Raffles Hotel in all it's royal glory! The Raffles Hotel is no hidden gem, it's an all powerful, mighty rare diamond and seeing it is an experience in itself. Guards dressed as sultans line the ...
... decided to go to Chinatown and grab some lunch at Vivo Shopping Centre. We caught the shuttle bus and decided to eat at a coffee place. Wendy spied a roll that didn't list cheese on its ingredients and John had a bap. Wendy's food was really yummy and half finished when she noticed what looked suspiciously like cheese. John rechecked the label - no mention of cheese but the person behind the counter said there was cheese in it. There was a bit of a ...
... Culture in SG. It enabled us to learn about the Baweanese culture in Singapore back then.
The various heritage sites we visited taught us many new things. My partner and I were keen in learning about the different cultures here in Singapore and through the heritage sites, we were able to understand more about Singapore's multi-culture. We also met many people from various ethnic groups and learnt more about their cultural background.
We started out the day at 8.30 a.m where we head out of the hotel and went to Bugis Junction for our breakfast at the local coffee stalls along with the kids.
After that, we went on to visit Haji Lane and also the Muslim Heritage Site to gain some knowledge of the Malay culture in Singapore. We spent about a good 2 hours there walking and taking pictures.
Once we're done, ...
... models. We also learned about how Singapore had transformed in the past 50 years. It was truly exciting especially when it came to the area model of Singapore where Gadharhar and Arunachaleshwara began to run around excitedly trying to find Chinatown as well as all the other places that we will be going to for the next 6 days. Arunachaleshwara saw the esplanade and immediately ran over and exclaimed "look dad look, that building over there looks like a durian!".