Hotel 81 - Heritage
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel 81 - Heritage Singapore
good place to stay in.
have a 24 - hour shops where you could chip in.
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... options now were to keep using 3G (buying a sim card) or buy a new phone - geez! Well a new phone was out of the question (at least for now) so off I went to buy a sim card so I could access internet out and about - $15 later I was with internet on my phone again.
Before leaving Orchard Road I stopped by a Hawker Centre and had my first Chicken Rice of the trip - damn it was good and so cheap, only $4! After this, being on the Red MRT line I thought ...
... Heritage Centre Is just located next to the sultan Mosque. Its is a museum based on malay singaporeans. It shows our history, culture and heritage. It also raised many events like malay cultural programes, workshop and charity events.
These 3 attractions are very popular in singapore and they have a very strong media coverage as there are always big media events that are located in Sultan mosque or Malay heritage Singapore.
... we gained so much insight from seeing videos being screened in certain rooms to viewing sculptures, old paintings and photographs of the culture that settled into Singapore decades ago.
Overall, it was a productive day well-spent and I'm so glad that both me and my buddy could discover more of Singapore's heritage sites along with a wonderful shopping and dining experience in both Bugis and Kampong Glam. We'll definitely make a return trip back here ...
... the energy used to find the places we want to go and not waste time. They were really efficient and at Chinatown heritage site, the signage helped in directing us the attractions sites. Chinatown had their unique trishaw that many visitors tend to ride on. It was fun and chilling, we saw many other places in Singapore while riding the trishaw and it was a great experience as it is brought down for centuries. It was great that they preserved that ...
... we made our way to the Masjid Jamae, which is the first out of three mosques to be set up by Tamil Muslims traders/money changers. Upon entering the gateway, we removed our shoes and proceeded to the foyer. Beyond the foyer we entered a square airy room with arched openings, which was decorated with delicately carved fanlights and green tiles. I did not take any photos due to the respect, however I did take a few pictures of the entrance.
Our next destination was ...