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12pm-1pm: Have lunch @ North Bridge Road Market & Food Centre (Recommended food: Nasi Padang)
1:30pm-2pm: Visit Masjid Sultan Mosque (landmark)
2:30pm-4:30pm: Visit Malay Heritage Centre
4:30pm-5:00pm: Visit the Teh Tarik coffee shop to have a drink at Baghdad Street
5:00pm-6:00pm: Shop for souvenir at Arab Street and visit textile shop to customize costume and bring back as souvenir.
One flight down and arrived in Singapore - boys reckon it's better than being in school on a Monday morning! Not great sleep on the flight (esp poor Guy who couldn't get comfy) but re-fuelling on lattes and smoothies in Changi Airport ready to hit the tourist trail for a few hours. ...
... from the Malay name "Pulau Ujong", or "island at the end" (of the Malay Peninsula). The quasi-mythological Sejarah Melayu (Malay Annals) contains a tale of a prince of Srivijaya, Sri Tri Buana (also known as Sang Nila Utama), who landed on the island during the 13th century. When he saw a lion, the prince took this as an auspicious sign and founded a settlement called Singapura, which means "Lion City" in Malay. However, it is unlikely there ever were ...
... around outside. We took a few pictures and then headed off to the aquarium. As we were standing in line, the guy in front of us turned around and asked us a question. we had no idea so we told him to just ask at the ticket counter. He then proceeded to have a full on conversation with us about... well, nothing. Out of all the talking, all we got out of it was that he was from Pakistan. We got our tickets and ran away fast.
We entered the aquarium ...
Well it seems like the departure date never comes then it rushes up on you in a gallop. Working steadily towards departure with all the required lists of things to do and time allocated to tasks creates that wonderful illusion that you are in control and then of course life just springs up a few surprises to keep you on your toes. While on the overland trip to Adelaide I received a late night call informing me, much to my delight, of ...