Fragrance Hotel - Royal
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... the guide was, it certainly wasn't a race against time! Singapore is completely different to Dubai. Both vibrant cities, but Singapore is striving to be green and sustainable. I'm not sure Dubai understands the word sustainable !? Singapore has A vision to become the 'Garden city' and for 80% of its buildings to be sustainable, using recycling energy and waste by 2030. Compared to most cities I have been ...
... to a rather opulent looking building. One of our alums, and her family manage the property and had donated event space to us. It takes fancy pants to a whole new level.
We needed the big space though-over 150 attendees were at our event. Another great panel of alums, and one current student who was interning in Singapore for the summer. We wrapped up around 9:30 and I decided to walk along the Quay. There were a bunch of ...
... to compare with any of the lively and full of people like in Taiwan, Malaysia, but still with the different stalls around which contain excellent values. Furthermore it has an array of wonderful buys which you will not want to miss, many of which are cheap and within the range of $10 bucks depending on your bargaining skills. Choosing your gifts will be easier as they are also famous selling their ...
... Dhoti or Lungi .
Indian also draw Henna on their hands, put Bindi at their forehead. Which is very pretty! You can buy Bindi and put yourself which cost only less than 2 bucks, depends where you buy. Henna can be drawn at shop which cost less than 5 bucks! You can buy one and draw yourself, which cost only 1 buck!
In the temple, we met a kind man , volunteering at ...
... a couple backpacker too.
After all the shopping and sight-seeing, we started to hear our stomach crumbling, we were just deciding on what to eat for lunch. We came across this eateries, Café Le Caire @ Al Majilis selling middle eastern ...