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... at Pagoda Street. We paid our town admission fee of $10 for adult and we proceeded inside the museum where we saw many Chinese history and culture on the history of Singapore's Chinatown. After spending an hour or so, our tour guide brought us to walk along South Bridge Road to our next destination ‘Sri Mariamman Temple’ at South Bridge Road. It was pretty interesting to see ...
... of two toasted breads, a tin of kaya fillings, a tin of strawberry fillings, two half – boiled eggs and preferred choice of drinks of either coffee or tea. Since we were too hungry, breakfasts were done within 30 minutes.
At 9:35 am, we decided to start our sightseeing of Chinatown. Our sightseeing started with just admiring the architecture and having our morning walk around Chinatown. Chinatown comprises of six streets; Mosque Street, Pagoda Street, ...
Singapore Day 4
We woke around 7.00am to get ready for the zoo, we were both keen to get there for the ''Jungle Breakfast''. We took a train and a bus to arrive at around 8.40am. We swiftly walked to the restaurant and found luckily the breakfast didn't start till 9.00..we were seated right near to the show. We both had a lovely breakfast and made the most of the fruit (we were both craving some sort of fruit & veg!) A lady introduced the show and was joined by a ...
... short walk around we headed to the courtyard at the hotel and ordered a world famous ''Singapore Sling'' a cocktail red in colour and very sweet. It was 27 Singapore Dollars, so we shared. After we cooled down we headed back to the hostel to pick up our bags to move on to our next destination of 'Little India''.
We assumed we'd be able to hail a taxi and be on our way, but no taxis would stop! We eventually decided on getting the ...
... are 2 workshops which you should really consider joining.
The first one walks you through the batik-painting process. These beautiful fabrics (left) need not be bought. Join one of the workshops and make your own!
The second workshop is anchored my amiable gentleman called Mr Iskandar Jalil. He is positively Singapore's most talented potter, and definitely one of the most famous in South-east Asia. Mr Iskandar Jalil shows visitors one of his ...