Fragrance Hotel - Bugis
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Clean but soooo small and the mattress very hard. They also don't understand what a fitted sheet is.
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Our heritage visitor is 70years old from Hong Kong. Majority of them could only speak in Cantonese. In total there are 10 visitors that will be visiting Kampong Glam that will be lead by a tour guide which is fluent in Cantonese, English/Malay. As Kampong Glam is about malay culture and requires a translator and a guide to explain to them so that they could learn about this culture.
We planned an itinerary ...
... up at 6 in the morning as we crashed way too early last night (YES WE ARE FILLED WITH ENERGY!). Today, the tour guide took us on a heritage tour at Bugis/Kampong Glam.
Firstly, we walked to Bencoolen Street from Bugis MRT Station, cutting through Bugis Street. The place we were visiting was the Guan Yin Temple further in the street. While walking to the temple, we saw a lot of Trishaw parked beside the hawker centre after crossing ...
We found that little india is quite accessible as there are direct MRT stations, Public bus stops and taxi stands. However,the roads of little india were quite small, the tour coaches could not fit on the road, so the bus will have to stop somewhere and let the tourist walk around as a group or on their own. We found that the walking pavements are also quite narrow, and there is usually a ...
... Glen and I sat wrapped up in blankets (supplied by the deck attendants) while Jewell danced with Paul, one of the cruise directors. Movies were also screened here.
The food was great. Apparently most people put on about 1-2 pounds a day while on board! We used the stairs as much as possible and did not load our plates sky high as some people did! The drinks were expensive but on the first night Jewell and I shared a strawberry and black pepper (yes ...
... a new British base in the region.