Hotel 81 - Sakura
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Last day today and I'm typing this at Changi waiting for our flight home.
We spent the day looking around Orchard Road which is where the main top end shopping area is. Very little is left on Orchard Road for ordinary folk apart from eateries, it caters for the big spenders which is a pity as there is no hustle or bustle on this street, in fact we commented on how quiet it seemed to be.
In the evening we ...
... ideas to fill the day so I told him about little India and China town. We decided to walk instead of taking the MRT to reach the different destinations. The phrase “surprising Singapore” is still very relevant.
Within hours you can visit three very distinct “countries”. The area I was staying in was just off Arab Street with is in the Arab quarter, it feels like you are in Oman or Muscat or ...
For our recommendation for improvement, it will be having shuttle bus that will pick you up from the MRT station to Kampong Glam as there are tourist that don't know the way to Kampong Glam thus this will make it easier for the tourist. And having ramps along the road of Kampong Glam this will allow handicap people or those with disabilities to travel with much ease.
For the third ...
... the sense of touch to help us find out what the stalls sell and what are some of the items that are really unique to us as a tourist.
Smell - when we are sitting down at the Chinatown food street to complete our assignment, some of the stalls already started preparing and cooking the food, so we are able to smell a mixture of local delight food that our nose senses recognize and that is when our stomach are growling. ...
... including: elephants, giraffes and the rarely seen Malayan Tapir. It had been a very long day so regardless of how entertaining the tram was we were beginning to really struggle to keep our eyes open! Although not necessarily the best of all the zoos the Night Safari is an experience which you would struggle to find anywhere else, so our advise would be that it is a must for Singapore.
At half past we dragged our weary bodies back on to the coach and back to our comfortable ...