Hotel Royal Singapore
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We have arrived safely in Singapore on a flight that arrived faster then expected, big bonus for a long haul flight. As soon as we step into Singapore airport jaws open "this place is huge you could have rugby training in here" kuin takes out the camera and starts snapping ( yes yes we are THAT tourist..the ones who takes photos by …
... too. We started off in Arab Street which featured many local shops that sell a huge array of stuff including traditional textiles, perfume and toys. We got a pretty good bargain off a few things and the place also had restaurants of many kinds, ranging from Turkish, Western to Mediterranean cuisine. We stopped by there for lunch before moving on to cover the rest of the street.
The most iconic feature of Arab Street has definitely got to be ...
... away by the crowd of people who come here to worship the lord. We're currently deciding whether or not we will be coming back here on Saturday, Arunachaleshwara and Gadharhar seemed pretty interested with the idea of a big group of people coming together to sing to the lord, which is not something that you see in the Indian culture.
After the short trip to the church we went to the Singapore City Gallery where we saw the entire layout of Singapore, in ...
... etc. Sooooo fun!!!! The next day we went to a water park and spent most of the day here on different water slides and snorkelling. Me and Anna managed to get a really good deal going with a member of staff and paid £40 each for a dolphin experience that should have cost £100 :-D we had to wear wetsuits and stand in the pool with a guide who gets a dolphin to do different tricks including a kiss on the cheek. ...
... 10 deposit returned when you return the pass). There are certain trains restricted but I did not come across any on my travels through the day.
My first stop was the Singapore Botanical gardens. I did not budget enough time for these magnificent gardens with so many themes. I split my time between the main gardens (pictured here), the Nation Orchid Garden and the Evolution Garden (pictured in the next two entries).