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... but we took some pictures of the mosque from the outside. Nearby, there are also shops located nearby the mosque, we encounter a shop within a short distance away from the mosque, which sells souvenirs for tourists to purchased back to their country. (E.g. T-shirt, Dreamcatcher, Mug) We didn't managed to take any photos of the shop as 'no photography is allowed). I think that tourists should check out this places because temples is considered as a worship place for the Muslim.
... after much walking and visiting and by 1pm, we were exhausted and famished. We were given a free and easy time and to explore the rest of Chinatown and to meet back at Chinatown Point by 3pm. Derek and I walked around and found this place called ‘Tiong Bahru Meng Kee Roast Duck located at Chinatown Food Street to grab our lunch and relax while we preview the pictures we took with ...
... be found at the very end of South Bridge Road. The Sri Mariamman Temple is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore. According to research, it is the oldest Hindu temple in Singapore as it is almost as old as Singapore itself as it was founded in 1827. The most eye – catching part of the temple is the six – tiered gopuram or the entrance tower. The photo can be found under the gallery section.
Besides having Sri Mariamman Temple, Chinatown also has the ...
... food so some are drowning. Looking at the giant bear and hearing this was extremely upsetting and I was glad that Singapore Zoo kept emphasizing about conservation in all their demonstrations.
We then took a tram ride round the zoo and hopped on and off as we pleased.
Again a storm was brewing! We took shelter at a display but due to weather conditions if had to be cut short.
We decided to make a move and start our trip to Malaysia.
We took a taxi back to ...
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After an average nights sleep due to jet lag we woke up around 9am, we found some breakfast in the form of peanut butter on toast. After repacking our bags that took a lot longer than it should of, we headed down to Chinatown. We visited a temple where Monks and locals where praying, it was incredible to see. The passion they have for their religion is amazing, and so friendly to let tourists walk around whilst they are praying. We visited a ...