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... in the evening. As soon as I arrived, I showered and was picked up in a taxi by Sam. It was so nice to be shown around the city by someone that lived there. It meant I could taste all the local delicacies and get away from the tourist traps!! She took me to 'Satay on the Bay' which was situated by Gardens by the bay and the famous super grove trees! It reminded me a little of Brixton food market, with the added bonus of it being on ...
... into the pages of Chinatown's history.
The Chinatown Heritage Centre is the only place in Singapore that has recreated the original interiors of its shophouse tenants in the 1950s, offering visitors an honest, revealing glimpse into the lives of Chinatown's early residents.
DEFINITELY A MUST VISIT FOR THE INDIAN FAMILY TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE CHINESE CULTURE IN SINGAPORE.
After what seemed like a very long day of traveling we have finally arrived in Singapore and it is amazing! We started our day at 4am and made it to our very first flight of the trip, where the friendly Qantas man gave us the exit row on the way to Sydney and a row of 4 to ourselves on the way to Singapore, so a pretty decent start all round! Managed to sleep for a wee bit on the Singapore flight as I commandeered all of ...
... Centre, we have learnt about Kampong Glam as a
trading hub. We have learnt that streets were named after ethnic communities, some
of the streets in Kampong Glam were also named after clusters of trade found
along such streets. Also, they have traditional trades that was associated with
Kampong Glam such as “blacksmith, cooking pots (especially used for cooking
large quantities for a special occasion or feast), ...
... Tickets for day 2. We had a day at universal which was so much fun. Scott has never been before so it was a brilliant experience for him. We also treated ourselves to a nice dinner at the Hardrock cafe which is a bit of a tradition we follow. Singapore is very clean but we noticed a huge change from Bali. The people are no where near as friendly and English isn't used much here which makes it a struggle to communicate with anyone, other than Sentosa there didn't ...