Aliwal Park Hotel
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... spend our last day in Singapore exploring some of those cultural areas.
Our first stop was Arab Street, the "Muslim Quarter" of Singapore, where we spent the better part of the afternoon. The street itself (and surrounding small alleyways) was overflowing with shophouses and stalls selling women's clothing (dresses, hijabs, and abayas or modest cloaks), trinkets, and handicrafts. Textile shops were everywhere, and ...
... hop off stops so we jumped back on this bus to find the bird park bus only to get there to find we had missed it by 5 mins. A taxi wasn't an option as 5 people didn't fit. By this stage we gave up on the bird park. We went through a couple a shops and made our way back to the hotel for our transfer back to the airport for yet another night flight but luckily the last ...
... the normal bitterness that he usually associates with black coffee. As a non-coffee drinker, I ordered Teh-O (tea) that turned out to include sugar and an evaporated milk that made it AMAZING!
From the mall we took a taxi to the industrial part of Singapore to visit the Tiger Brewery. On the way, we passed numerous big company locations - everything from Caterpillar to Coca-Cola. Singapore really managed to pull in so many industries to be ...
... nice being in a more cosmopolitan city again, however it was a little expensive and not as clean as we'd expected. We flew to Singapore the following morning, our last major city in Asia, and what a city it is! It was instantly obvious how clean and well maintained the it is, so after a quick stop at our hostel to drop off our bags, and went to explore. I loved Singapore right away, the impressive sky line, it was so clean, and very green! The best part though, is undoubtedly the ...
Made the early start, no problems, enjoyed a hearty breakfast (QANTAS feeding us during the day) and then got a real soaking loading our baggage into the trailer of the small bus during a downpour. Roads extremely busy as it appears the locals heartily dislike the summer rains and take to their cars.
Sydney airport was busy and long queues at the check-ins and worse ...