Le Peranakan Hotel
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... the course! - Monorail up the hill side - we experienced mad ice cream flavours: red bull, sweet potato!! And created our own ice creams with chocolate dips - finally we took a cable car across the entire city up into the peak of the mountainous area (mount faber). We then took a taxi down to China town, which here is HUGE! Literally hundreds of stalls selling every trinket, food, clothes, and drinks in the world!! We got to see ...
... knowledge on the history and the roots of the Malay culture.
(Click on the 'What? Heritage Sites?' to view a short video of my trip around Kampung Glam)
Moving on, we made about 10 to 15-minutes' walk towards the Sri Krishnan Temple. Initially it was hard for us to locate the place due to the lack of signage, but we still managed to find our way. However, Sri Krishnan Temple was pretty interesting. Fantastic and beautiful ...
... with my fellow community friends whom are also going to Singapore with me. It was so tiring, my granddaughter did not even give me a hand!
Finally, the day I've been waiting for; flight day! After 4 hours of flight, we've finally reached our destination; Singapore!
Today was merely about getting to know the places of interest in Singapore. We took on a Duck and Hippo Taxi, with the company of a tour guide. The ...
This will be final entry about the 'Must Visit' places in Little India!
There are 3 temples in Little India and due to time constraint we decided to only visit the Sri veerariamankanman temple located at Serangoon Road. Needless to say, if you want to know more about the Indian culture you should not give it a miss! When we were at there the place was filled with excited tourists. One of the greatest takeaway was having a chat with one of the kind volunteers there that told ...
... 160; We took about 1hr 30 minutes to complete the museum and around the museum with the free guided tour. One interesting fact about the Malay Heritage Centre that we remember most was that this place was once a house to the Sultan. Next trip was to the Sultan mosque. It was definitely a very knowledgeable and interesting experience. Although we could not enter the mosque, we saw the interior from the ...