Fragrance Hotel - Pearl
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Up early we had the included breakfast at the hotel (pretty decent), packed up and left our luggage with the front desk and headed out to catch the hop-on/hop-off tour bus. Below find pictures taken from the bus.
After making the complete circuit with stops at Bugis St. and China town, we headed back to the hotel for our bags, walked back to ...
... street art and new material for my Instagram. (@mpilotfish btw) Most spectacular of all was the downtown skyline of Singapore, once we had finally dragged our feet and sweaty carcasses to the Bay. It's breathtaking beauty just speaks for itself...nuff said. Regardless of that nasty skating prohibition sign, I still love this place though :) Plus, it's all ...
We arrived in the wonderful Lion City around past 3 in the afternoon. Changi Airport surely is undoubtedly the grandest airport I've set foot on. It's huuuuge and it's classy. My cousin, her friend (which later on we called her Mamita) and I took the bus to Orchard Road from the airport. We were so damn hungry that we went down the bus at Grange Road, and looked for the nearest food shop. Lo and behold, McDonald's was waiting for us.
After devouring everything in our ...
... got through the ticket barrier and into a long single file queue which took the best part of an hour and a half. We had come to realise that the Safari was not going to be anywhere near as authentic as we had hoped. Once we were at the front we climbed aboard the vehicle which was more of a stretched golf buggy than a land rover and were driven around the paths of a nearly identical zoo while a "guide" recited information about the animals we passed. With it ...
... stepping into a fridge. There seems to be no thermostat control – cold air is just pumped out at a continuous freeze the ****off a brass monkey level!
*After several consecutive nights of eating Indian meals, SG finds a restaurant specialising in Perankanen cuisine called the ’Candlenut’. Judging from the cookbooks on display and the full tables, it is a well known local restaurant in downtown Singapore. It turns out to be a good ...