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... too (just Google the famous “merlion” if you’re curious.) I steered clear of the glitzy, expat-heavy areas (too expensive) and the theme-park-ish areas (not interested) and instead dug into character-filled districts like Little India and Campong Glam. I ate the cheap, delicious and ubiquitous street food and enjoyed happy hours on my lovely balcony, soaking in the heavy, sultry heat. I paddled around the hotel pool ...
... br> When we visited today, the park had numerous “lanterns” in numerous locations all over their grounds and on the waterway. Especially notable were the decorations on the bridge leading into the Gardens, the walkway from the Children’s area, the 12 Chinese astrology figures celebrating Singapore’s 50th anniversary, the Arabian street scene and the huge Chinese building and 3 dragon boats on the water. By day, they just look like ...
... that you make your way around and in, talking a lift at its core to
the top and the amazing views. Walking through and around the mountain, on
walkways so you can see all the plants and flowers that make up this impressive
feature, there are some that are familiar and some that you have never seen
We were lucky enough to get to the top of the dome just as
the 'misting' was about to start. Watching as a light mist rolled over the
... Unbelievable stuff from all the big named brands. $40000 98 inch TV was a stunner. Wasn't game to ask for prices in the designer shops. Off to London tomorrow which will be a big day. Going in an A380 (wahoo) but it will still take a ...
... to Singapore's Botanical Gardens. It's free to get in but you need to pay if you want to go into the Orchid house. Really lovely place to walk around, with lots of different plants, trees and wildlife. We were strolling around for a good couple of hours and saw some exotic-looking yellow bird, lots of other birds, monitor lizards, terrapins and fish.
We then went on the metro train which took us to ...