Fraser Place Fusionopolis, Singapore
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... a large beer and back to the room exhausted. Had a great day all around. Done the check in for SQ328 to Munich tomorrow around 11pm then a change to Alitalia to Rome. Big day in Singapore today just shopping and relaxing in the myriad of underground air conditioned shopping centres. So that is it for now our activity from 1 Sep till 3 Sep, we will probably do another entry in about three days, I think this program is pretty good so ...
- First Destination : Kwan Im Tong Hood Cho Temple
- Second Destination : Singapore Life Church
- Third Destination : Sultan Mosque
- Last Destination : Malay Culture
For the first destination Kwan Im Tong Hood Cho Temple, many people who have belief there and pray for their willing. The opening time is 6 am to 6.30 pm every day, specially day in every month or anniversary day, the opening time also ...
... clothes but the sale of Malay and Indian traditional clothing could be found along Arab Street.
As there are time constraints, and being a business executive do not have much time to spare due to the workload that needs to be sort out during this trip, there are still a few other places such as St. Joseph's Church at Victoria Street, CHIJMES at Bras Brasah Road that are also places of worship for Christian and also museum such as the ...
... possessions of former residents but Singapore Coins and Notes Museum was definitely a better place since they had the same entry fee of $10. However, we had lunch at the Singapore Heritage Centre which was right beside and we decided to try some chilli/black pepper crab and smoked duck steak. Though the food was not that cheap I think it was worth it because it was super delicious especially the smoked duck steak, which melts in your mouth!
By the time we were ...
... and also their Hokkien Mee. At first, we thought we would not adapt to the food here because of different tastebuds we have but it was awesome! The Fried Kway Teow smells so nice and tasted very well! We also tried their spring roll which they call it 'Popiah' here. It was wrapped with a very thin skin with vegetables and peanuts inside. It was nice also and I will definitely go back for it the next time I visit.