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... taxi back to hotel. Johor is a really good shopping place with heaps of premium outlet stores in malls, but you know me I don't like to shop. Also Legoland is a big attraction. We had hoped to see the museum but it was closed for renovations, maybe next time. The people here are really delightful, all chatty and friendly, you can hear a lot of laughter here too. We're enjoying the stay but off ...
... say we were fine. This Island was hit by the tsunami. We are having day here today then on the John Gray tour next day ..sunset tour ......kids have done before and really rate. Easy to get lost here as we found out last night going to Happy Hour with Norm leading the way ...I am sure I would be the same ....beautiful gardens tho. We did make Happy Hour with 10 mins to go!!!!!! Norm loves Piña Colados!!!!! Must away .....just busy enough. Love Norm Di ...
... some time watching several fiddler crabs waving in the swamp. We
then moved on to the coastal board walk where there was a very welcome
Looking towards Singapore we were convinced we were going to have a
storm so made our way back to the village. We stopped at one of the water lily
lakes and were lucky enough to see a Kingfisher on a palm branch watching the
water; eventually it dived into ...
... the property:
- At a cost of $8 billion, Marina Bay Sands is the most expensive stand-alone integrated resort property ever built.
- It was opened on April 27, 2010.
- The property has a hotel, convention and exhibition facilities, theatres, entertainment venues, retailers, and restaurants.
- The Marina Bay Sands Hotel has 55 ﬂoors and 2,561 rooms.
- It has a convention center with 1,200,000 square feet of space, capable of ...
... not being allowed to go a certain way but having to follow the
arrows even though it was quiet and there was no queue to cut, seemed
to pull the fun out of it a bit but still, would recommend again if
you have more than just a few days in Singapore.
On another day we headed over to the
two nearest islands of Singapore; St. Johns and Kusu. Picture the
perfect scene for a mental asylum breakout movie; spotlights, watch
towers, fences, barbed ...