Bintang Garden Hotel
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... probably the busiest we'd been in before which was nice to see. The first thing we saw as we entered our room was the hairiest old Indian man I've ever seen sat on one of the bottom bunks, me and Lauren again gave each other the frequent raised eyebrows glance. We hadn't eaten anything all day apart from a Starbucks and chocolate bar and it was about half9 by now so we went out to little India hoping for the best curry we'd ever had! Sounds ridiculous not to expect it but there ...
... our big bags there and went to get our F1 tickets whilst the room was being made. We walked to the venue which was about a mile away but got to see some fantastic views of the city and marina bay on our way down. We were so exited to get our tickets and were like school kids when they give us our passes! After we got them we wanted to get back to the hotel to get ready so walked back to chinatown to get some lunch first. We got a ...
... didn't smell bad and headed for the pyramid shopping centre. The shopping centre was huge!!! It has 5 floors all together and each floor must have had way over 25 shops on it. Once we had finished admiring how big the place was we started to have a look around. We got near the middle of the shopping centre where all the escalators were.There must have been over 5 in the area. We headed up to the top of the building when I needed the toilet, we looked up and there was a ...
... people waiting on an elevator. Several times our elevator was crowded and
one time the warning light came on and flashed repeatedly ‘overloaded’ until a
man told the last person to get in to go out and come back in again slowly and
the light went off and the overcrowded elevator ascended!! We tried to squeeze
our pram on the escalator every time after that.
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