Fraser Place Fusionopolis, Singapore
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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 …
... a number of those would have to be sacrificed as well. After shoving everything into the bag and finally zipping it shut, I was ready to start the trip that I had been planning in my head for almost a decade. It wasn't until about 500km into my journey that I realised I'd forgotten a vital piece of footwear for travelling through SE Asia - my flip flops. Oh well, there wouldn't have been any space anyway!
Next entry: "I ain't getting on no plane fool!"
... harbor/shopping/food area. The countries famous symbol, the Merlion, was there in statue form as well. This area was very nice but also very touristy. Singapore really is a beautiful place but it is hard to tell who is a local and who is a tourist. It was voted the #1 tourist destination in the world and almost 19 billion dollars of their economy were from tourist dollars. I was almost going to buy fries because I didn’t have breakfast or lunch but when it said $7 for a cup that ...
... arrivals desk was just opening for our Emirates flight so we checked in. The first to check in. Tickets in hand we walked away. Examined tickets. Ennoblement. Lottery winners. Upgraded to Business Class. Reclining beds, and the rest of it. Wow. Without asking. Passing quickly through into Departures, Amanda went off to try and have a swim in the pool. However it was a bit complicated. So we bought an eye-mask and some leg defoliant, and ate a small slice of pizza, instead. ...
... je nachdem zu welcher Uhrzeit sie liefen und wieviel Stau es auf der Strecke gab, von ihren Qualen befreit wurden.
Singapur, Malaysia und Indien sind die einzigen Länder in denen dieses Fest in der Öffentlichkeit zelebriert werden kann und wenn man sich die Bilder anschaut, versteht man auch irgendwie warum.
Am Abend kehrten wir dann zurück in den Teil Singapurs, welcher eher an Europa erinnert und schauten uns eine ...