Hostel Costa Sands Resort (Sentosa)
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... Key was the recommendation and a simple Nasi Goreng ( the most expensive goreng I have ever had sk ) was the choice.
All done on our day of adventure we retreated to our Pod for some well deserved rest.
Our last morning in Singapore once again started with our fusion breakfast before taking trip to Gardens by the Bay. I would say that this is once of the best attractions in Singapore with its space age architecture ...
... day and as time wasn't on our side and we still had a lot to see we decided to give it a miss. We strolled around the area and enjoyed the familiarity of it to our Florida holiday last year. Something they have, which isn't in Florida is an Malaysian food street. This is a covered themed Malaysian street with numerous food stalls to choose from. We both enjoyed Kuala Lumpur a lot but walking in here made us both instantly gag and walk out as quick as possible... It was ...
... over my head!
After lunch we headed off to Far Far Away land and went on a terrifying rollercoaster and then a 4D movie of Shrek which was actually really good, even though I’m not really a big fan of the Shrek franchise. A quick trip on the Madagascar ride followed and a go on the carousel before I decided to go for a few photo opportunities. Why not? This was probably going to be only time in my entire life I was going to get to meet the cast of Madagascar, Kung ...
... a huge tropical rainstorm! The rain was bouncing off the ground and there was thunder and lightening! Pretty scary stuff! So rather than do the sensible thing and take shelter, my nieces and I decided to go and dance in the rain instead, it was actually pretty epic and quite a relief from the stinking heat of before. We then managed to ram ourselves onto a bus heading back over the causeway which was completely packed but the girls managed to get a seat so that was pretty good ...
... and so on. This was actually quite helpful because Singapore is also hot. And humid. With regular thunderstorms. Walking along Orchard Park (the Champs Elysee of Singapore) was an effort – if it weren’t for the air conditioned breezes wafting from Louis Vitton and Hermes we might have totally wilted! Suffice it to say, we didn’t do a lot of typical sight seeing; that will have to wait for another visit. Besides shopping, we did manage to check out ...