Aliwal Park Hotel
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... and met 6 Aussies and you wouldn't believe it - turns out Legend of the Seas is very popular and all of them are also hopping on board on Sunday. This world keeps getting smaller. Another thing in common was that one of the couple's surname was Bourke but no relation.
We had the best tour guide for this journey back in time. Majority of people on the tour were Australian with a few kiwis thrown in for good measure. Was a ...
... vegie market and
clothes and the list goes on. The sample meals where really yummy, but a bit
filling! Hainenese chicken with garlic & bok choy, rice with radish &
garlic and chillis and prawn noodles. It was then off to check out the wet
market – so what you can buy is fresh fish, prawns, frog and yes, turtles! The
turtles and frogs are actually farmed.
Turtle soup in Chinese tradition is usually drunk by women and as it
... to not stick out like a bum. ;-) The entry cost $25 SIN. The club is called Ko De Ta. It is a club located on the roof and plays top 40 dance and electronic music. Drink prices are $27 for a beer and up. It is a very expensive bar but is amazing and a must see if in Singapore. The whole area around Marina Bay Sands is the place to be and there is lots to do. There is a harbour and a promenade walk about 3.5 km around the harbour with many sights including concert ...
... merging smaller islands through land reclamation to form larger, more functional islands. Close to 10 percent of Singapore's land has been set aside for parks and nature reserves.
The islands were settled in the second century AD and subsequently belonged to a series of local empires. Modern Singapore was founded in 1819 by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles as a trading post of the East India Company ...
... as well as some more colorful options that we were happy to explore as well. While we were at the mall we gladly followed Jim’s lead and opted for a somewhat boring but oddly comforting lunch stop at T.G.I. Friday’s since that was the only place in the all of Malaysia that Jim had found where he could satisfy his fajita cravings.
After a successful trip around the mall we headed towards the exit only to find that it had started to rain cats and dogs ...