Ascott Raffles Place Singapore
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- Swimming pool
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... our hotel window we have seen a lovely little Armenian church, which has some very ornate headstones in the graveyard, so we have a quick look around. The heat is really becoming too much now, so we head back for a shower and a nap.
For our last night in Singapore we decide to try Chijmes, Les and John told us about it, it's a collection of restaurants and bars set around the cathedral, it's all lit up and it's a lovely place for our last steak of the ...
... Greek Isles 5. Edinburgh Scotland Top 5 - tours we have done and loved 1. Dachau concentration camp - Munich Germany 2. Moulin Rouge - Paris France 3. Pompeii - Naples Italy 4. Berlin walking tour - Berlin Germany 5. Red light district - Amsterdam Netherlands Top 5 - surprised by and most interesting places 1. Corfu Greek Island 2. Gibraltar UK 3. York England 4. Bath England 5. Dubai ...
... the Long Bar was covered in monkey nut shells??? I certainly wasn't expecting that! The Sling was slightly disappointing but obviously made for a good photo opportunity. We travelled back to our hotel in style on a rickshaw come bicycle!! Unfortunately we didn't get to spend that much time together on the trip as Kevin had to work really hard!? Luckily I am very good at exploring now and so I headed off on the city bus tour and then met my friend Judy ...
... the extraordinary experiences of those interned there during the war. Was moved by all the stories but especially the ones by the women - their story doesn't make the books or the movies very often but was just as terrible as the ones we hear most about. It was a fitting ending to the WWII theme of our holiday & I lit a candle in the chapel & placed it in the Changi sand with a prayer for an end to all wars. Dined at the Penny Black ...
... and special programs (e.g. Hari Raya Open House on 23 August) align for the visitors to participate and play.
It is another 'must see' if you were to visit Kampong Glam and it's a place for you to learn and gain knowledge on Singapore's Malay's heritage, culture and history. Additionally, there are exciting programs and activities for you to participate on specific dates and get to play hands-on Malay culture games! :)