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The journey from Tioman to Singapore seemed like really hard work with; the ferry, a 10 min walk, 4 buses and eventually a taxi to the hostel. A fair few taxis we stopped refused to take us to the hostel (we later found out it was because it was rush hour and our hostel was a little out of town) Our eventual taxi driver was …
... Singapore 'the colours'. You had to bite into each one, suck the soup instead out and then eat the pork inside. Each colour represented a different flavour. We then headed to cloud forest and flower paradise,Singapore's answer to the Eden project. In the afternoon we then went to the live museum and had an interesting coffee along the way. In the live museum it had lots of 3D pictures - good way to kill an hour or so! Very amusing !! The coffee was another ...
... is open to the public (locals and tourists) with free admission However, there are rules to follow while visiting the mosque:
1. Kindly put your shoes in the racks provided.
2. Visitors who are not properly attired (wearing shorts, mini skirts, bare-back, transparent clothing) shall be provided with proper garments.
3. Kindly observe respect and keep voices down.
4. Tour guides are not to use speakers inside of the Mosque.
... of costumes for different ethnics group in Singapore. After that, we went to tour the Masjid Sultan. It was one of the few beautiful Mosque that we have seen. Outside the Mosque, there are many souvinirs shop. Some of the shop sold toys being played during the olden days. After that, we went to the Malay Heritage Centre. At the heritage centre, there were stations where there are ...
... Guess what, Jenna suggested taking pictures with others there! Cool idea, isn't it? So, we took pictures with Japanese, Indian and even the locals there. Friendly people they were, I liked them so much! The kids we took picture with were very bubbly and we liked them a lot! Haha! We then went to the Chinatown Heritage Centre and learn about the history and culture of Singapore which both of us found it interesting. Who would have expected us to be interested ...