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Travel Blogs from Singapore
... important mosques in Singapore. The prayer hall and domes highlight the mosque's star features. And for the Malay Heritage Center, it was once the Istana (Castle) Kampong Glam and was part of a larger original compound that lead to Beach Road frontage.
I guess that's enough talking for our first blog! Before we end off this blog post here are some pictures & videos we took while we were there.
Till next time!
Travelling around Singapore is not hard due to its easily accessible places by having public transport to most of the locations which makes tourists feel safe about it. With the different races in Singapore , it has places that could be highlighted and introduced to tourist are keen in coming to Singapore.
First place that we went was Haji Lane which contain many shophouses selling many fashionable clothes and ...
... of the tourists were not aware of the famous temples and food places, they still ask around and would like to find out more about the place and why it is famous. However, a place that everyone knows would be Mustafa and the coloured building as Mustafa sells cheap things and almost everything you need are there while the coloured building is known for the Arts of India and a fantastic place to take nice pictures with friends and families as memories. ...
... to do so, clear out the old to make way for the new. Still in this energy of Winter in Australia look at what you want to sow ready for Spring to blossom.
So now I sit here waiting for my new length of my journey knowing that I have finally rolled my 20 superannuation funds into 1. So proud of me. Loving this feeling of peace, of being present & open to what tomorrow begins. Much love & will talk when I hit Europe.
... or currency exchange. Had a good chat with Julie and Roger, got reacquainted with their friendly 20 year-old Burmese cat Sam and hissed at by the younger Lola. Nice tea and snacks on the deck and then out to Club Street in Chinatown for dinner. Had a great meal at L'Angelus french restaurant, a long time favourite of the Hills. The street was closed ...