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... this lane, as best as my memory recollects. It may seem to be insignificant, but there is something special about this lane. To find out, join the tour and hear from the guide, of course.
When I was walking with the tour group along Kampong Glam area, I found myself intrigued by the architectures of the buildings in the area.
In my opinion, it is not the state-of-art infrastructure that would make a country truly unique, it is the soul behind it. ...
... pretty garden areas. We made our way to the bar where we were seated and waited on hand and foot. It certainly was an experience to remember! We ordered Singapore Slings, and ate some peanuts from the shell. It was rather the fancy affair, if I do say so myself. The drinks were amazing, I could easily drink them day after day.
Back to the hotel to watch a movie and a nice rest before Universal tomorrow! We are so so excited!! :D
... 3D ride. We queued for about an hour and a half for the Transformers ride but it was more than worth it, it actually felt like you were in the film it was so real. We had such a fun day, if anyone is going to Singapore I'd highly recommend it, it's not just for kids! We were absolutely starving from all the running around and queuing so we went into the food hall on the way out of the park. There was so much choice but in the end we both went for the same dish, ...
... sun dried and fresh tomatoes, crisps, cookies, strawberry milk and bananas and we were really stupidly excited about it. Then as we got back up stairs we were dashed to realize it was absolutely throwing it down. The rain was sooooo heavy, even if it stopped raining we realized we couldn't sit on the grass as it was sopping wet through. After some disscussion we decided to head to the gardens anyway, in the hopes of finding a dry patch somewhere! We eventually ...
... reflecting the city’s diversity: Chinese, Japanese, Indian, British, traditional Western, plus vegetarian and a whole dessert section. Needless to say, we ate ourselves silly.
On Tuesday, we took a hop-on hop-off bus tour, highly discounted if you could show your Singapore Airlines boarding pass. We were disappointed because the one ...