Hotel 81 - Chinatown
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Today we had a off campus learning at Chinatown where we had to learn about the heritage tourism over there.
We took picture of some ionic places that we part of the heritage of Chinatown were like the Shop houses where you can never find them in Singapore but there. also the cultural places such as the Sri Mariamam Temple & the Buddha …
We finally took some time off our schedule from work to visit the famous Chinatown in Singapore today. Despite the many changes it has gone through and kept up with the times these years, it remained as Singaporeans' beloved place of culture and tradition.
Chinatown is like the creation of old Singapore, with it's rich history, heritage …
Today was all about the Singapore Sling.....of course!!! You can't go to Singapore without going to Raffles and we had every good reason to go as we needed to raise a glass (or two) to two Birthday girls, Auntie Mags and Nancy Radermacher, Happy Birthday lovely ladies!! Raffles more than lived up to my expectations, great building, great atmosphere and GREAT drinks!! (not such great prices! lol). We then went on Trishaw's round Bugis Street ...
... sparkling. When she came home she was FURIOUS to see me there. She proceeded to go on a tirade about all the ****** things I do as a roommate, see above. I just said sorrysorrysorry and took my stuff and left as fast as i could. I got to the airport about 12 hours early for my flight. The bad part is I can't even check in and enjoy the cool stuff this airport has here! Maybe I will in a few hours.
A very cool day, it started with a light rain so our umbrellas were a blessing. We walked through Chinatown and did a bit of shopping. We walked by the Jamae (Chulia) Mosque. There were several worshipers at prayers so we did not enter. There was a posting at the entrance that I felt was worthy of copying for my pictures. Then we went through the Buddhist Siri Mariamman Temple, here ...