Fraser Place Fusionopolis, Singapore
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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A nice hotel in a good location
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Today we headed down to the bay and we went to lots of shopping malls. We walked on the F1 racetrack and crossed a bridge which looked like DNA (a double helix) to get to the lotus flower shaped science museum. We also visited the gardens by the bay. There we explored exotic plants of weird and crazy designs. There were different sections to the …
... of the day he had been snoozing half in, half out. One of my other highlights was an enclosure holding butterflies, birds and bats... I got so close to some of the bats, it was pretty awesome. One of the zoo keepers put out some fruit and seemingly out of nowhere appeared a sloth! One of my favourite animals which I can't remember seeing in real life before.
The otters were having a lot of fun. Twirling about in the bubbles in their pond and jumping ...
... at 10.30 and we were back at the hotel exhausted after a long and busy day by 11pm. Ryan who is generous to a fault, bought me gift after gift throughout the day. To begin with he gave me a fan that he had bought the day before, then he made Crispin go to the shops with him during the day, where he bought me a necklace, then at the zoo he bought me a zoo coffee keeper! Ethan showered me in his love and kisses which was a perfect present! Very spoilt ...
... in the heart of Chinatown called the "Buddha Tooth Relic" temple which claims to have a sacred tooth from the last Buddha. This was our first Buddhist temple in Asia and we enjoyed touring around, reading about Buddhism, and watching monks chant repeating prayers in unison in the main temple hall. The temple was impossibly ornate and gold adorned everything. In stark contrast from the traditional Buddhist temple architecture is that of the ultra ...
... There are two huge dome structures on the lands that won multiple construction design and green initiative awards. The Flower Dome is said to be the largest indoor garden while the Cloud Forest does its best to recreate the vegetation one finds in the various cloud forests around the world. It is also a statement on global ...