Fragrance Hotel - Ocean View
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... out ;) (we miss The Press Room!) Since we arrived we have been up and about seeing the sights with Peter as tour guide! We took a trip to an Island called Pulau Ubin, where we hired a bike each and cycled around the island - it was very pretty and we even managed to spot a monkey above us in the trees. We finished our cycle with a refreshing coconut (a drink and a snack). We visited the city centre by night which was spectacular as everything was lit up ...
... is likely we will meet up with them again at some stage for dinner or a lunch.
Formal again tonight – they like to stick them in there !! So on with the bag of fruit and Roz into the gladrags.
Good formal dinner which commemorated Audrey Hepburn who launched the first Princess Cruise ship. Interesting dinner companions and enjoyable conversation.
After dinner entertainment tonight was a female solo singer – ...
... refreshing to finally have Some good milk. Then Mandeep and I went with Sneh and sejal Fia by car to see singapore. We had lunch at a hawkers market where Kaivan joined. One of my highlights so far are these hawkers markets (check on google for images). They are like big canteens with hundreds of stalls selling safe yet street food for reasonable prices - £3 for a big plate of rice, tofu and veggies! Better yet, there was a veggie stall - ...
... and Portuguese during the Colonial times. Until a Brit named Sir Stamford Raffles fought for a halfway point for the British to have between British India and China and fell in love with the island at the tip of the peninsula. Fifty years later they are celebrating their independence. We stayed at the Grand Hyatt in Orchard Road-the main shopping street lined with amazing multilevel malls and high end shops, kind of like 5th Avenue ...
... we rolled onto the tram to
Sentosa with the rest of humanity (20 million people visit it per
year). The wait for the cable cars was too long (8 hours!! Haha!), so
we decided to tram it.
Sentosa is another world. It is the
resort island in Singapore and home to three different tourist areas.
There is Resorts World Sentosa with Universal Studios and the S.E.A.
Aquarium (South East Asia). There are two gold courses, hotels, long
beaches, an old ...