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Once again a late start as we checked out of the hotel at 11.00 am. We left our luggage there for the day and went off to explore the Gardens By the Bay. We decided to take the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) system. It is a model of cleanliness and efficiency except for one thing. At the entrance we took, there was only one ticket machine and a line ...
Jamae Mosque was built in 1826 and is one of the oldest mosque in Singapore. I was built by tamil muslims from Southern India. The mosque is a neighbour of the Sri Mariamman Temple and it stands out in the Chinese location.
The mosque has a unique architecture with tiny doors and cross-shaped openings. The entrance gate is in an Indo-Islamic style while the prayer halls has a classic touch to it. It is truly an eye-opener.
... 5.80 each, and really yum! We chilled by the pool with a drink, showered and headed to the airport. We checked in and just hung out for the next few hrs after getting Jaga duty free to have in Belgium, only $27 bottle. We had biscuit and coffee and watched cartoons. Boarding the 777 KLM Dutch airline to depart at 1245am, it's comfortable and ...
... the readings and had a cup of tea.
Our next taxi trip was to China Town, for seeing and supping. Pagoda Street is a conglomeration of peoples of all nations, restaurants and jam-packed shops. ...
The place to Bali was really big and a proper Singapore Airlines international flight. Got to sit next to 2 Japanese middle aged women and used all my Japanese on them. I gave them papad from my Hindu meal and they gave me rice chips from Japan, kinda cool to bond over crispy snacks.
Snoozed till landing and that really helped to suffer the long ordeal at the Denpasar, Bali airport.