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... bite to eat, we accepted the fact that our time in Singapore was drawing to a close, so we climbed into Venture's Kia one last time for the quick jaunt to the airport. Before we knew it we were on our flight to Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysian Borneo. I hadn't appreciated just how much of a no-frills airline Air Asia was until the flight attendant announced that there was a strict "no outside food" policy. They had a captive cabin full of hungry ...
After a decent breakfast we set off in search of the Botanic Gardens on the Bukit Timar Road on the outskirts of the City and picked up the underground at City Hall. The journey took 20 minutes at a cost of only $2.50 and entry to the Gardens was even cheaper at the over 60s rate of $1. The reserve covers 52 hectares and encompasses formal gardens, lakes, sculptures done in bronze and a very large area of the original Equatorial rain ...
How could this have happened? That a former backwater R & R spot for people out this way, as an island-city-state, has become, in fifty years, one of the handful of powerhouse countries in Asia? And it continues to grow and change and prosper under the guidance of the Lee Kwan Yu family, with the former Prime Minister's son now at the helm. One wonders how everyone in this city, locals as well as ...
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1 year and 3 months down here. So let's just say its story time, yet again!
Rewind to my 1st 5 weeks
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My first 7 months.
... there, but we both still loved Singapore. It’s easy to use public transport, spotlessly clean streets, tall trees and gardens everywhere, futuristic sights and architecture and endless choice of delicious cuisine made it a welcome change from the organised mayhem of our previous South East Asian destinations. We both decided it would be a great and easy place to live one day, no doubt we will be back to see you again Singapore!