The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
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... was Chinese gooseberries and paid .90 cents for them - took a bite but then Ended up throwing the rest in the rubbish they weren't ripe and were simply nasty. Our room is very comfortable and we certainly appreciating the air conditioning and the wifi. Is muggy outside. We intend to do the hop on hop off bus tomorrow so we are looking forward to that - thankfully we have a late checkout and they will hold our bags in concierge for us as our flight to Germany isn't until 11 pm. Bye for ...
Chinatown food street has all the specialty dishes of all races in Singapore, all in this street! A hawker center is a MUST try if you come to Singapore. It tastes very good and it will only cost you a few dollar to eat the local delicacies!
CHILLI CRAB! This is a MUST try if you come ...
Heritage Tour at Chinatown
After visiting Chinatown today, I noticed that there are certain places that it is suitable for the allocated profile given to me which are a group of senior citizens in their 70s from Hong Kong.
For senior citizens in their 70s, they usually would like to wake up early and have their breakfast either nearby their hotel or at their hotel restaurant. I would ...
... li>12.00pm: Rest
- Rested for 15minutes at the nearby McDonald's and after that, we set off to Chinatown Heritage centre.
- We paid $8 each as we are adults. Then we went the museum and look around and take pictures. I have actually learnt a lot from this museum, i have learnt the culture of the past Chinese ...
... to the visit the Chinatown Heritage Centre. We got to learn how Chinatown has grow from the past till now. We got to see how 20 people were living in a 1 room flat and how people smoke in the past. How dirty Chinatown was in the past and how it has transform so much. It was an eye-opener for us to learn more about Singapore culture before we fly back to Indonesia. This will help us in future as we will be able to handle clients from ...