Fragrance Hotel - Ruby
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A stop-over in Singapore allowed us to get a very cheap flight from HK to Perth, and gave Soph a chance to have one night and half a day to see Singapore.
Since time was short we made plans to do only two things: The Raffles hotel for a Singapore Sling and Singapore Zoo. Our hotel was super cheap and we soon found out why when we realised …
... of Aunty Julie! She kept making like a bird noise and was just coming out with some really funny things making us laugh all the time! So we sorted out going to Koh Lanta in the morning with her and went out to get some fruit from the market and some water. We also came across a Buddhist temple so had a little walk up there to have a nosey before going for food. We went out for food just to one of the street stalls but the food ...
... not forgetting the permanent residents. Oh well, permanent residents here are already looked upon as a local Singapore resident. Singapore is already a multi – national country despite being the small and labelled as the tiny red dot on the Asia’s map. Now back to the topic, yes, the dinner was scrumptious. The picture of the local Chinatown seafood located at Temple Street can be found under the gallery section.
After having our dinner which ended ...
On the streets of Little India, peoples and old buildings are seen. Indian ladies who dress themselves up in their beautiful and traditional Sari with their hair decorated with jasmine flower, making them more outstanding than many other people.
Indian males who also dress themselves up with traditional ...
... marmosets. Then for lunch it was back to China Town for some famous Chili Crab at Singapore Seafoods just off Temple Street. We ordered the 800grm crab for $48 and it was enough for two weary travelers. I must say that I had to forget being a lady for a moment so I could demolish the crab with fingers and the tools provided. It's a must do experience. Walking off the crab lunch we came across the temple ...