Keong Saik Hotel
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... 8217; in advance as well as chairs and a table. Perish the
thought of eating at the wrong table.
JANE WRITES: I’m embarrassed to admit that I didn’t realise
Singapore was actually a country in its own right. We arrived just in time to witness the funeral of Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew who had devoted his life to dragging a ...
... bones, especially since it is hot and humid. We, naturally, will take some pictures and share with you from our next port, Ho Chi Minh City (Phu My), Vietnam. In the meantime, here are a few pictures we took on our way out of Singapore and on the Princess Sapphire.
Nelly and Jim
P.S. Mgs for Annamarie Raeder: Sorry, we could not take your sightseeing suggestions because they were all booked and they discouraged us go by oursleves due to safety.
... relief" and sent me off with some antibiotics, pain relief tablets and £40 less money!
At least I managed to sleep a lot better. This morning I'm still tired but not as dizzy. Ime gearing up for my bus journey to Malaysia. Apparently my destination is only an hour away but I'll assume 2 hrs to allow for immigration and customs. It will be nice to be in a helpx situ again, especially while I'm feeling ******.
So I'll write again across the border! Bye for now ...
The actual National Museum of Singapore is under renovations, so what was left to see there, was slightly underwhelming. I was in time for the guided tour, which was informative, but it just wasn't worth the trip for me. Maybe it'll be better when it reopens later this ...
Usual start, was dress, breakfast. Headed to Marina Bay Sands, which has an observation deck on the 56th floor, this is actually the boat on top of the 3 towers. Fortunately it was a clear day at this time! So the views were amazing, there is a restaurant on the 57th floor. From here we walk over to Gardens by the Bay. On the outside there are various walkways through gardens from many countries filled with tropical trees and ...